Narah Adrienne is a scant 20 hours from her sentence of three lashes. But first she must meet Marc, her liaison with the illegal underground. He might have the fix for her mysterious medical condition.
But Marc's solutions come with questions attached - and at a cost too high to pay. Now that Narah understands her bounty target is really a Hunter assigned to commit a part of her to death, she must make the best choice among terrible options.
Narah narrowly escapes capture as Hunter and Turner collide in their pursuit of her. Does she allow Aeslin to turn her into the vampire she is on the verge of becoming, and submit to an uncertain future? Or does she choose to live with the knowledge that she'll never be anything but human by the hand of the Hunter.
Worst of all, if Narah does not make her hearing the sentence will worsen. Either way, she could die.
Only one man can save her and technically, he's not human.
©2015 Tamara Rose Blodgett (P)2016 Tamara Rose Blodgett
It's getting good!!! The past 3 books were building up and giving back story to the characters and their abilities. This is definitely a unique vampire series. I have to find the next book!!! I want to know what Narah chooses to become what her destiny has written for her or stop her transformation..
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Audiobook Addict. It's all about the Listen. Mostly Romance, but I do branch out a bit. Reviews are my honest opinions-popular or not.
Well, now it really is getting more and more interesting. I'm not sure which of "the guys" to root for now. It seems our h is soon to be very lucky. The question is, will she be a lucky human or a lucky vamp? Stay tuned.
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Good story so far. I just wish it had a different narrator. I look forward to continuing with the series.
This narrator is awful. She does terrible voices for the characters.
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I am addicted to audiobooks. It makes my 1 hour (each way) commute go by without me becoming an agressive driver. lol
I received Book 1 free for an honest review. I have to admit, when I realized that each book was basically a chapter and when you finished each book you had an incomplete story, I bought books 2 and 3. Even more stupid than that, I bought the set that included books 1-6. I just wanted to get the whole story. The worst part of it was the Narrator. She was HORRIBLE. I will never listen to her again. She almost made my stomach sick. Too many pauses. Reading too stilted. Characters' voices were ridiculous. The only voice that was half good was Narah's. About the story, I'm not really sure it was good either. The ending was predictable. It was actually very immature. Could have been written with a little more depth to the characters. I got so confused with the characters that I didn't get the details of the story. I will not put myself through that pain again.
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