Now, against a backdrop of staggering beauty and horrific violence, with danger at every turn and libidos in overdrive, a spirited woman and an indomitable wizard face a malevolent force more frightening than both can imagine. With foes strong and numerous, Kess and Simon must forge a bond strong enough to eliminate a sadistic enemy before Mallaruza is lost to terrorist control and the world is forever changed.
©2008 Cherry Adair; (P)2008 Blackstone Audio
I love Cherry Adair's books and Ms. Carrington MacDuffie hits it just right with inflection, mood, and accents. This is a good read as well as a terrific listen: a little magic, adventure, bio-warfare, alpha male, and romance all in one. I could use just a teeny bit less feisty female in some stories but somehow Ms. Adair always seems to hit the right mark. Try it you'll like it!
This is my first book by Cherry Adair and it will not be my last. Adair writes well formed characters, witty dialogue, strong female character, adventure with a fast paste, some steamy sex and twist and turns. could not put the book down. what made this book even better was the narrator.... brilliant and talented. Carrington was able to perform male voices and unusual accents.
If they follow T Flac, yes. It's a good story, just not GREAT, and the narration is decent. This is one I'd suggest you wait until you get a deal on it, not use a full credit.
Yes. I LOVE her writing!
Yes, I always want more T Flac!!
Just not crazy about the narration, and then on top of it, as much as I love Cherry Adair, this isn't her best. But it on sale, or 2 for 1.
I enjoy all of Cherry Adair books. I have either read or listened to them. I wish all her books were in audible format.
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