Avari Nyx

Champions of Terra
Narrated by: Kellie Kamryn
Series: Champions of Terra, Book 3
Length: 1 hr and 48 mins
4.3 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Annabelle Maddox had been one of the best pilots in the Alliance. Being wired directly to her ship had hampered her social life, but she had been content. An attack on a space station left her nerves damaged beyond repair, she needed a place with no electrical tech to live, so her friends pulled some strings and made it happen for her. Avari was a peaceful and tranquil world, the inhabitants friendly and helpful. Anna is mightily impressed with one in particular, and he with her. But a more intimate connection must wait until Avari Nyx.

©206 Viola Grace (P)2015 Viola Grace

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  • Miss A Martin
  • 07-18-17

Love the Book - hate the audio

If this book wasn’t for you, who do you think might enjoy it more?

iola Grace is one of my favourite authors, so I was extremely happy to find the books on Audible. However, the performance is so bad, I can barely listen to it. The sing song cadence, pauses in all the wrong places and weird inflections all make for a disappointing audio book. Kellie Kamryn has excellent elocution, pronouncing every syllable, but it comes at the cost of telling the story.