Calico

The Covenant of Shadows, Book 2
By: Kade Cook
Narrated by: Beth Thomas
Series: The Covenant of Shadows, Book 2
Length: 10 hrs and 59 mins
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After surviving a near-fatal kidnapping, Gabrian is determined to pick up the sordid pieces of her life or at least she is trying to.

But somewhere in the chaos something has gone awry. 

Her ability to turn off the cravings is broken - leaving her victim to a body meant to run on instinct for survival, a body constructed to reap fear within the Realm.

Now Gabrian must test the strength of her will and harness in the unrelenting urge to feed in order to secure her Elders trust or risk becoming the monster that lurks within. 

Calico is the second book in The Covenant of Shadows, a series of captivating urban fantasy novels. If you like new twists on vampire lore, a bit of romance, and close-knit bonds, then you will love Kade Cook's supernatural journeys.

©2017 Kade Cook (P)2018 Kade Cook

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as good as the first one

a very good book interesting as the first one if not more the narrator was very good as well and overall it was a very very good listen to have

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Good listen

Gabrian is back and still dealing with finding out she is Grey. The storyline is a good, but the true strength is the characters. Who are complex and not always what they seem at first.