Eve Collins has set in motion a chain of events that could destroy everything she's ever loved. Surrounded by dangerous creatures, dark worlds, and the struggle to become who she was meant to be, Eve must complete her ascension and accept her destiny. War has begun. Losing is not an option. With dangers lurking around each corner and everything against her, will Eve sacrifice her own happiness in order to tip the scale of balance? Which side will rise to power, and which will fall to fate? In this fourth installment in the Revelation series, Eve must risk everything she loves in order to prevent a centuries-old war.
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The only benefit to the print version is when the characters are speaking in a different language, the print version has a glossary that you don't get with audio.
Maybe the Hush, Hush series?
Only within this series. I thought this was as good as the others.
The scene in the alcove. I just loved Asher's reactions to Eve.
The sex scenes! They're hot and detailed and detailed, yes I said that twice could probably say it a dozen times. That's ok but get on with it! Do they have to take 10 minutes? It's very long for a book of this nature. Other then that I love this series, I'm not a prude just more into the story then every detail of where his dick is going, doing or touching.
I think that listening to this book was a good way to spend my time. The story is interesting. So times a little boring, others times good.
Yes, only because I want to know how the story will end. The first book was great, but the sequels were not so amazing... but the story has good moments, and provides a distraction
In my opinion her performance is good
I think the author could write this story in three books not in five.
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