He wanted her to leave him, but, in the end, he was forced to do it. Separating himself from Lila puts Nathan in a level of hell he never knew existed. The journey is a spiraling descent where the beast inside is released and havoc reigns in the arena of self-destruction. But what is he to do? It was for the best, after all.
The last three chapters of Breach from Nathan's point of view.
©2013 K.I. Lynn (P)2016 K.I. Lynn
Always loved reading, now I love audio books because I can listen to my favorite books on the go!
I really liked this. I listened to this kind of at the same time as the last 3 chapters of Breach so I could see the scenes from Nathan's side. It was really good to get into his head for a little bit and I liked how his pain from his past and Lila was shown. I recommend this if you have read Breach. The narrator also did a really good job. My first listen from him but would be willing to listen to more.
Enjoy reading fiction, thrillers (JD Robb), romance, military and comedy (Evanovich). Listen to Audiobooks on treadmill and long road trips!
Writing, plot and narrator good! Endings of Box 1 and Box 1.5 kept me hanging...couldn't wait for the next Audible Book 2 & 3, so I downloaded those to my Kindle!
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I love this audiobook series. This is a short book from the point of view of Nathan, following his break up with Lila up until her accident. He is so broken, he has difficulty seeing things from any other point of view but his own and it causes himself dispair and Lila more heartache than she can bear. It is interesting hearing it from him, and it was a great listen. Leonard Kirkman is an awesome narrator, fits Nathan perfectly, and I can't wait for book 2 to come out.
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