What if your mother-in-law turned out to be an evil, cold-blooded witch... literally? Ever since fabulously wealthy Malcolm Doran walked into her life and swept her off her feet, fledgling architect Jane Boyle has been living a fairy tale. When he proposes with a stunning diamond to seal the deal, Jane can't believe her incredible luck and decides to leave her Paris-based job to make a new start with Malcolm in New York....
Listening to this book was well worth the time put into it. The story was fun, exciting and intriguing.
It’s hard to live happily ever after when you discover your demanding and controlling mother-in-law is literally a witch, determined to steal the magical powers you didn’t even know you had. Jane narrowly avoided Lynne Doran’s clutches when she escaped on her wedding day, and has been hiding out in New York City. But she can’t hide forever. When Jane learns of the one thing Lynne wants most, she sets out to provide it, hoping her good turn will persuade her mother-in-law to stop hunting her.
The twists and turns are great and the story very entertaining.However the ending is too abrupt, obviously promising a third installment, ju..Show More »st in a rather un-satisfactory way.Overall a very good sequel worth listening to, but having to wait for the third book will get annoying.Ilyana Kadushin performs spectacularly well as always!« Show Less
Jane Boyle has long since known that her mother-in-law is evil, but she’d never imagined Lynne Doran was actually the embodiment of a powerful, ancient, body-snatching demon. Now that Jane has uncovered 666 Park Avenue’s dark truth, she must race against the clock to find a way to destroy Lynne before she finds her next unwilling host. As Jane attempts to tap into powers stronger than her enemy’s, her estranged husband, Malcolm, arrives in time to join the fight.… But can she possibly learn to trust him again - before it’s too late?
It would have been a better story if:1. Jane stopped name dropping expensive shoes and clothes etc2. Jane had an ounce of compassion for any..Show More »one else. the most selfish irritating character - ever,« Show Less