An angel with immense power and insatiable desire, Adrian Mitchell leads an elite Special Ops unit of the seraphim. His task is to punish the Fallen - angels who have become vampires - and command a restless pack of indentured lycans.
But Adrian has suffered his own punishment for becoming involved with mortals - losing the woman he loves again and again. Now, after nearly 200 years, he has found her: Shadoe, her soul once more inhabiting a new body that doesn’t remember him. This time he won’t let her go.
With no memory of her past as Shadoe, Lindsay Gibson knows only that she can’t help being fiercely attracted to the smoldering, seductive male who crosses her path. Swept into a dangerous world of tumultuous passion and preternatural conflict, Lindsay is soon caught between her angel lover, her vampire father, and a full-blown lycan revolt. There’s more at stake than her love and her life - she could lose her very soul....
©2013 Sylvia Day (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Explodes with passion and heat. A hot, sexy angel to die for and a gutsy heroine make for one exciting read." (New York Times best-selling author Cheyenne McCray)
"Sylvia Day spins a gorgeous adventure that combines gritty, exciting storytelling with soaring lyricism. Adrian is my favorite kind of hero - an alpha-male angel determined to win the heart of his heroine, Lindsay, while protecting her from his lethal enemy.... This is definitely a book for your keeper shelf." (New York Times best-selling author Angela Knight)
Honestly I am so confused. I was hoping that if I kept listening it would get matter but it just never happened. I wouldn't recommend this one. It had some good moments but the rest was just hard to follow.
This is probably similar to the Eve,Cain and Abel series without the love triangle which is great. I much prefer one on one It has explicit sex and language which you would expect from Day. Nothing in her other writings has come close to the crossfire series for me even when every male lead is a Gideon look alike. If you like the supernatural twist , this one is will please you. The narrator is ok in the regular reading but in My opinion awful!!!! for the sex scenes. If only they were all Sebastian York--sigh
Loved the story but the narration left something to be desired. Character voices were great but the "in between" narrative was drab and monotone.
This is my first reading this type of story and to my surprise, I really enjoyed it. Maybe it's because Sylvia Day is a great writer. I have enjoyed all her work. I going to start the next book in this series.
I sooo loved this audio book. Luke did a fantastic job. Sylvia Day never disappoints, her books are always well written and the storyline keeps you hooked from the first chapter. The collaboration between Sylvia and Luke really brought it home.
I have read the Crossfire series but this book is nowhere in the same league. Narration was fine, the story a bit silly.
Not decided yet.
The narrator was fine.
Disappointed, very disappointed, I expected so much more from this author.
I will choose Sylvia Day books more carefully in the future.
I think Sylvia Day could have told this story just as well without all the sex and curse words. I understand some situations cursing is magnifying but in this book it is so obligatory I may as well purchase an erotic book. This story is such a great story there is no need to add all the graphic visuals and constant cursing. Take a page from Kevin Hearne and curse only on occasion to increase the impact of it. Beware if you have children. If your listening in your car with your kids this book is well beyond their age group for listening. I would be hesitant to even listen around a 12 year old let alone my own mom and dad. I wish she had taken the high road and put a warning at the beginning of the book so I would not have started listening to this on the road with my six year old son in the car. I will more than likely not buy the next few books in the series just because I have never really enjoyed semi erotica books. The story is so well molded I really wish she had not gone overboard with the language and sexual references/descriptions.
Luke Daniels is great in this though. He really knows how to narrate a story. I think he could read stereo instructions and make people want to listen to that over and over.
The single and only reason I would not recommend this book is because of the language/sex references. A good author can forgo most of that with better words. Lazy writing is not worth the money. But the story over all is great. Sadly you spend all your time on sexual references in this book rather than the story itself.
He can perform any character. It is really hard to pin down a favorite with him.
No it did not but I suspect a teenage boy would be inspired to do something with this book. Sadly it would not be writing.
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