Living with werewolves is a lesson in Mia's fragility, and stretching the limits of their antiquated pack protocol wears on everybody's nerves. Nonetheless, Mia is an official member of their pack, and Dominic's lover. Satisfied with their romantic and sexy exclusive arrangement, Mia is devastated when Chandra, Dominic's fiancée, arrives during his absence.
Dominic is worried. Is his love for Mia really his addiction to her blood? Will she eventually become his blood mistress and belong to her, commanding his body and soul? Before he can resolve the issue, the Russian Chess Piece mob strikes his territory. Faced with the king's command to mate his werewolf fiancée and the mob, he has no time to explain before Mia does what she does best. She runs.
Danger looms for Mia and all werewolf kind as secrets are revealed about the mob pursuing her. But most disturbing of all, is the Lycan Intelligence Agency's sudden interest in Mia's DNA. Will new revelations destroy their love and crush their future?
©2016 Eva Gordon (P)2016 Eva Gordon
this ranks in the top 5
I loved all of it so I can't pick out 1 thing
how she did the different characters
I received this for a honest review. Such a great Series. Eva Gordon did a wonderful job picking out Christine Padovan for a narrator. The Narrator did a great job.
Mia is still in danger of the Russian Mob. They now know that the leaders of the Mob are werewolves. Mia seems to not be able to escape them. It now seems the mob has different plans for her. Can Dominic keep her safe?
Dominic is being order by King Conall to take Chandra as his mate. The King is not going to allow anymore waiting. I have to say I truly liked Chandra but you will have to see the book to find out why I liked her so much.
Mia and Dominic find out some new that can make or break their relationship. Will they be able to hand what they find out. I have to say that the news will blow you away but you will have to read the book to find out.
WOW, we finally get answers to all our questions. What a great ending. I think this one was the best of all the 3 books. This last installment had it all I couldn't put it down until I finished. Pick up the series you will not be sorry.
She was hard to listen to. Because at the end of a sentence with an a or r she would drag it out.
Follower of new and unusual authors
I enjoy Ms. Gordon's writing :-) She creates many interesting characters - human, hybrid and werewolf - and puts them all in a suspense/thriller type of setup.
You have bad guys (in this case, Russians of the Chess Piece Mob) and good guys (Lycan Intelligence Agency or LIA for short) and they all blend together around a great love story, though a love story with lots of twists and surprises along the way.
Narration is good - character voices fit well, accents are realistic, and sex scenes are hot, hot, hot!
Highly recommended paranormal romance :-)
I totally enjoyed this book and the entire series. I liked the plot twists and never knowing who was on which side. Dominic is a hot alpha shifter werewolf. Mia is part of the witness protection program and trying to start a new life under the radar of the Russian mob. Can Dom protect her where the government has failed? Will she stay with Dom as his pet? Don't miss this great story. I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
I can't tell you without using spoilers.
The reading was clear but most of the times the monotony of her tone just made me crazy. Every other sentence sounded like a run on....or a question.
Great book by Eva Gordon!!
I did enjoy the story and the new twist with the Russian Chess mob and the Lycan King. There is also a DNA twist that throws a wrench in Dominic and Mia's plans.
I am overly sick of Mia's disrespectful attitude. I would have hoped by now Mia would learn pack protocol better and had more control over herself.
Say something about yourself!
OK so I have made it to the end. I like how Eva ends this series. I'm happy for Dom and Mia. What I didn't like was how whiny Mia became in this book. I did spend alot of time skipping ahead. The narrator was horrible. Her voices were so robotic. It messed up the story. Stay with the previous narrator. I would still recommend this series.
Most probably not, while I liked the story itself, I found the way that the narrator emphasized certain words and not others to be highly annoying.
I found it to be somewhat similar to Stray by Rachel Vincent, A Wolf Awakens by Cam Cassidy,Unexpected Alpha by Bethany Wicker and very similar to a gay romance book I read, called How to Howl at The Moon by Eli Easton.
The way she emphasized her words, it distracted the reader from the story.
I got this book from audiobook boom in exchange for a review
Ok, so I have decided that I am a narrator snob! When I listen to a book, I want the men to sound like men, the women to sound like women, and be able to tell all the characters apart. I am in awe of narrators who have the talent to do all three! Because I have had the privilege of listening to some very talented readers, I have turned into an audio book snob!
Now, I am not saying that Christine Padovan did a bad job, she just wasn't my cup of tea. When I first started listening, everyone sounded like they were growling their words. As the book went on, I realized this wasn't necessarily a bad thing; after all, the book is about werewolves! The problem was even the humans sounded growly. In one section of the book, (I don't remember where, exactly), I kept thinking Christine sounded like a woman impersonating Captain Kirk as a werewolf. See?? Narrator snob!
So, now that I've whined and bitched, I have to admit that even though Christine was not my favorite narrator, I still loved the story! I don't want to give too much away, but despite all the obstacles, (Russian mob, werewolf law, different species, etc.) Mia and Dom get their Happy Ever After. I hope Eva does Cricket's story now. Us runts are small but mighty!!
"Enjoyable paranormal suspense romance"
This is an enjoyable paranormal suspense romance with light bdsm. The characters are interesting and the storyline is pretty dense with intertwining mini-plots. The action moves fairly smoothly from incident to incident and, being the final book in the trilogy, concludes with satisfaction. As this is the third book in the trilogy and I would recommend reading/listening to the previous two books because the characters and plot feed into this book. That said, the author has creates the potential for further stories in the same world, which I am looking forward to.
This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom dot com.
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