Dark Covenant

Narrated by: Erin deWard
Series: Living Covenant Trilogy, Book 2
Length: 7 hrs and 41 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (51 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Zoe Lake is engaged - even she can't believe it. Aric Winters, the man of her dreams, has slipped a ring on her finger and asked her to pledge her future to him. She's ready - kind of. When death and destruction explode - literally - Zoe has a decision to make. Old enemies die hard, and it seems the path to happily ever after winds through Covenant College. Zoe swore she'd never return to the campus that shaped her, but if she wants tomorrow, she has to put yesterday to rest. The trip back to Covenant College is fraught with memories - and danger. Old faces may mean trouble, but they could also offer salvation. Can Zoe destroy the enemies that threaten her future and still embrace the friends of the past? Is Covenant College her beginning, her middle, or her end?

©2016 Amanda M. Lee (P)2016 Amanda M. Lee

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Lost character

Narrator sounded like she was talking low almost short of a whisper, cracked at times.....distracting. The banter between heroine and Eric was more like arguing rather than playful. Would have been better with first narrator.

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