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Publisher's Summary

Grey Ackles

The Soul Weaver feels useless.

A burden endangering his brothers.

The last battle with the pestilents cost Grey his sight and powers.

Now he’s dependent on his vision rehabilitation therapist Cort to learn how to function on a daily basis.

But as he grows closer to Cort, Grey is left wanting his powers back for a new reason - how will he ever know if the man he’s falling for is actually his soul mate?

Cort Newton

There is some really weird stuff going on at that house.

Spell books, guns, and a giraffe in the backyard?

But no matter how strange it gets, Cort is not going to leave the grumpy writer.

Adjusting to sudden blindness is hard for everyone, but Grey clearly has deeper reason for needing his vision back at any cost. Cort just wished Grey would confide in him.

Even with Grey’s secrets, Cort has never been drawn to a man like he is with Grey and he will do anything to keep this man safe.

Blind Warrior is the third book in the Weavers Circle series. It includes fast-paced action, running through Savannah, secrets, shapeshifting, brainwashed assassins, a gorilla, sexy times, fun with water, insecurity, three crazy old ladies, and magic!

©2020 Drake and Elliott Publishing LLC (P)2021 Drake and Elliott Publishing LLC

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I did not enjoy The additional Narrator, Silas Whitaker. It was in congruence throw him in on this third book and not pleasant to listen to.

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I'm really sorry, but Kirt Graves should have been the only narrator. While the second guy could probably do fine on his own, I became accustomed to Kirt's performance and the second guy was a nasal jolt. If there continues to be a dual narration I'm going to switch to kindle ebooks because this universe is a kick and a half, the characters are awesome, and overall I really love the entire storyline. I hate to be harsh and I've read stories where the other guy's voice would be spot on. But this one was a miss.

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Loved the Book, Second Narrator ?

Why the second narrator? You know that old saying? If it ain't broke... don't fix it. In this case it really, really did not need to be fixed. Kirt could have handled all the characters and if not maybe find a narrator that matches the character. I know you know what I mean. I've become pretty fickle when choosing books because, one their expensive and two, no matter how good a book is it can be ruined with a bad narrator. That is when I switch to Kindle and read. Christian Fox, Aaron Sherlock, Scott R. Smith, Troy Duran, Teddy Hamilton, Zachary Webber or my all-time favorite JF Harding, any of these narrator's would have been a better fit/match of the character you have portrayed.

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Your books are wonderful!!!! Please tell me why do you have two narrators??? That almost ruined the whole audiobook for me. Their voices are nothing alike. You should have stuck with Graves and just him. Please I hope from now on that you would just use Graves with the other audiobooks.