From Melbourne's gleaming skyscrapers to its throbbing nightclubs, Riley Jenson's world is raging with danger and desire. A drop-dead-gorgeous werewolf---with a touch of vamp coursing in her blood---Riley works for an organization created to police the supernatural races. But when she wakes up naked and bruised in a barren alley, she knows only that she must run for her life. Within moments, Riley collides with the sexiest man she's ever seen: steely, seductive Kade, who is fighting a life-and-death battle of his own. With old lovers and enemies gathering around her, Riley knows she is being pursued by a new kind of criminal. Because in Riley's blood is a secret that could create the ultimate warrior---if only she can survive her own dangerous desires.
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"The action and sex come fast and furious.... Strong world-building, vivid personalities and the distinctive cultures of each of the various paranormal strains combine for a rich narrative, and Arthur's descriptive prose adds texture and menace." (Publishers Weekly)
I love this series and read it before I ever listened to it. The stories are always interesting and the characters amusing.
The narrator is ok. Her voice isn't very annoying, although she doesn't have much of an Australian accent. It would have been better if they had stuck with Justine Eyre, who narrated the first book in the series and has a voice more akin to the one I picture for Riley. She also has a stronger accent.
Other than that, this audiobook is really good and I highly recommend it.
I wished for a sequel back in 2009 and I got more than I asked for. I like these books. A little kinky, but I like the story behind all the sex!
I listened to the 1st book in the series and it was pretty good. Then I downloaded this book, and the narration was awful. After hearing this book I actually wasn't going to continue with the series. It took me over a month to even consider the books.. luckily I was able to check the books out at the library and they were really good. I recommend the books but the audio-books not so much.
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