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Destroyer Angel

The Thorn Chronicles, Book 2
Narrated by: Emma Lysy
Series: The Thorn Chronicles, Book 2
Length: 6 hrs and 18 mins
Categories: Romance, Paranormal
4.5 out of 5 stars (47 ratings)

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In an ideal world, Naomi would still be living in Vegas with Ginny and Alejandro, kissing Puck whenever possible, and becoming a guardian. But Naomi's never lived in an ideal world. Instead, she's stuck back in Arkansas with Father, Kai, and the destroyers. Plus, her mother's power lives on inside of Naomi, and she has no idea how to get rid of it.

As Naomi struggles to understand the destructive power and help Kai with his role as the master destroyer, a new threat arises. Destroyers are killing guardians, and now all of Naomi's friends are at risk. Everyone thinks that Kai is the only one who can stop it. But Naomi knows better - she alone can end it all.

But how?

©2014 Kimberly Loth (P)2015 Kimberly Loth

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Everything a second book in a series should be

Kimberley Loth picks up right where the first book left off and jumps into the action. This second book doesn't disappoint. There are several surprises I wasn't expecting and I found myself drawn even closer to the characters. I liked that there was more of the destroyer and guardian powers shown and we got to see what they are capable of. Can't wait to read the third book in the series.

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Keeps your attention

In the second book to this series we see Naomi has gone with Kai back to Arkansas to help him and make sure he returns to the guardians. Things do not quite go as planned as Naomi is having a hard tome seeing her father and pretending that she wants to be there with Kai when she would rather be in Vegas with Puck. I love all of the different supernatural pieces to this series and I know book three is going to be just as amazing.

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great book

it was a great book. I like the references to different Rose each chapter. foreshadowing the chapter but only of you were paying attention

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Good sequel

I really enjoyed this book this series is so good so far really interesting story can't wait to hear the rest of the series,

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Really enjoy this series

This is a great series for teens and adults. The story keeps you wanting more. Can’t wait for the next book! Great job as always!

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Excellent 2nd in the series

I absolutely loved this book. It explained the twist in the 1st book. It made me laugh and feel sad at points. I couldn't wait to buy the 3rd one.

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An Okay Sequel

I’m giving this audiobook four stars because of the narrator. I’m still not quite sure how I feel about the story. I can’t connect to the characters, and I didn’t even care about the love triangle. Usually when there’s a love triangle, I have a preference for a particular guy, but in this case I just didn’t care. It’s a different sort of book, but it’s hard to explain in what way.

I’m still going to read the next two books in the series just to see what happens. I did enjoy the twists and the “what the heck moments.” Maybe it will get better.