Morgan Montgomery is waiting to die. Branded a traitor by her tribe, the Ikati shape-shifter has no hope for mercy - until Jenna, the Ikati’s newly crowned queen and Morgan’s former ally, offers one last chance for redemption. Morgan must infiltrate the Rome headquarters of the Expurgari, the Ikati’s ancient enemy, to destroy them once and for all. The beautiful renegade has just a fortnight to complete her mission or forfeit her life. But she does not travel alone.…
Xander Luna is a trained assassin and the Ikati’s most feared enforcer, famed for his swift brutality and stony heart. Fiercely loyal, he is prepared to hate the traitor under his watch - until they come face-to-face. For Morgan Montgomery arouses something unexpected inside of him - something that threatens everything he believes in and the fate of the tribe itself: a love as powerful and passionate as it is forbidden.
©2012 J. T. Geissinger (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Give me water to swim and surf in. That with a glass of white wine and the sun. That's heaven.
YES - YES AND YES, I do really love the "Night Prowler" Series and I do recommend this audiobook to a friend because it kept your attention form the first word to the last of the book. I can hardly wait for the next book to come out.
My favorite character was "Zander" because true to character, he looses his temper and then can't quite figure out how to get his foot out of his mouth.I
Loved the performance by Angela Dawe.
This book made me laugh a lot .
I really enjoy the world of books! Narration just add layers to that world... don't u think? :)
This book had a really slow start to be a sequel. It was good, don't get me wrong, but I like a bit more... something the first half of the story. I think I skipped chapter 3-8. Nothing really happened... just some angst moments and slow build up until they got Italy. After Italy the plot really shift gears and picks up dramatically. The story gets really good after that. A totally 3 stars for the storyline after halfway through... but overall, because of the long wait for the story to pick up... I think overall I just can't recommend this book, unless you already have book 1.
Narration was not right for this book. Angela Dawe is a horrible narrator for a shifter book. She is more of a Regency Romance narrator. The constant stopping and pausing with her inflections to build drama, just doesn't work for this book, or any shifter book. It was like a Regency Shifter narration, slowed down. Just didn't work at all.
A credit or sale if you have book 1...
No, the story was okay, the first book as better, but I found the narration annoying
Everything was tied up nicely, it was pretty sappy/cheesy, but a happy ending and that's important to me.
No, I've returned an audiobook after about 10 minutes of listening to her performance and didn't pay close enough attention to realize she was the narrator for this book as well and I feel like I was listening to a female version of William Shatner with her very dramatic reading of each and every sentence. And her pronunciation! Ugh! Alejandro is pronounced "Ollie-Jon"Dro," I mean, come on! It really bugged me, if you couldn't tell.
Great read! I loved this book as much as I did the first one. Love, love, loved Xander, he was awesome. Loved Morgan, she was terrific. I really like Bartleby, Tomas and Mateo, was very sorry about Julian.
The next book is about Eliana and Demetrius and I'm going to give it a try but I'm not even sure I like her. She was so selfish in this book. She knew Demetrius would be killed if he took her out and she didn't even seem to care if he was killed or not as long as she got to go outside. Well, maybe she'll be better in this book.
As to the narrator: There was a time when I said I never wanted to listen to Angela Dawe again then I accidentely bought another one narrated by her and I just couldn't believe it. She did a wonderful job on that book, just as she did on this one. The men's voices were just so damn sexy!!! Keep up the good work, Ms. Dawe..
Home is where my books are.
Has Angela Dawe lost her mojo or am I just over her? Why does she insert 4 vowels when a word only calls for two? Why does every sentence tip up at the end, as though she is attempting to imitate a valley girl with a mid-western accent? And, please god, tell me why is she hired to read Highlander romances?
So many questions, so many books to ruin.
I thought it was great that they replaced Justine Eyre in series -- until I found out who they replaced her with.
Back to reading this series on my Kindle.
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