Are you responsible for lifting a centuries-old curse from the sexiest vampire you’ve ever seen?
Does a demon lord want to destroy you?
Have you somehow inadvertently bound several mummies to your soul?
Are you the last hope for a lost little boy?
If you’ve answered “yes” to any of the above . . . you’re in big trouble!
Those are a few of the problems facing Nell Harris, a real charmer - no, really . . . a real Charmer - once she hooks up with Adrian Tomas. A devastatingly hot Dark One who’s earned the unfortunate title “the Betrayer” for selling out his own kind to a very nasty demon, Adrian needs Nell in the worst way. Though she’d be way better off keeping her distance, Nell can’t help but find this tormented, undead Betrayer dude just a little too tempting. And this time her penchant for bad boys might cost her more than her heart . . . but her immortal soul as well!
©2005 Marthe Arends (P)2012 HarperCollinsPublishers
This one of my favorite Dark Ones books, it's funny, full of action and impossible situations
Nell and Adrian, the byplay always fun to listen too
I've read this book, several times actually since it's one of my Katie Macalister favorite. Thought I had a few hesitation at first getting to know the voices created for beloved characters, I had so much fun once the action started.
Betrayer or Betrayed or The cursed one
I've been hoping for years for this one, I'm very happy of the result so please more Katie Macalister, The Corset Diaries next please, then Hard days knight and Blow me Down, those 3 are the best, I would also love to hear Noble Intention and Noble Destiny.
Both the main characters.
Lots of great sex!!!
Makes you laugh all the way through.
This is the only book in the series that I listened to. Mainly for the review that I read about the book.
I was delighted when I found 3 new Katie MacAlister novels to indulge myself with. Without a second thought, or a preview, I bought all three. I started with this book because it seems that there is no loss of story line whichever way you consume them. However, when I started listening I had an inverse reaction to my original one of delight. Katie should have stayed with Barbara Rosenblat or, in the very least, Nicole Poole. Katie's story line is either watered down or it is another crime to be laid at the feet of Ms. Huber. Hillary Huber merely "phones it in". Her cadence, attempts at accents, and character differentiations are abysmal. Listen to this book only for continuity in the Dark Ones series. Katie: don't use this narrator again. Hillary: pick a different profession.
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