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Publisher's Summary

Harper and Knox are back and better than ever.... Discover the unmissable fourth book in Suzanne Wright's globally best-selling Dark in You series. 

The final horseman awaits...and the stakes have never been higher.

With the birth of their son Asher, Harper and Knox are both more powerful and more vulnerable than they've ever been before. Asher's charm has seduced even the devil himself, but Harper knows that the real villain is still out there and as desperate as ever to see the Primes fall. They're laying low, and there's no way to tell which one of their circle is really a deadly foe....

When the final horseman makes their move, Harper and Knox will have to use all the considerable power at their disposal - and that may even include Asher's mysterious abilities. One thing's for sure - this is a baby who's more than a match for any demon coming after him.

It's time for the world's most formidable family to take the fight to the enemy....

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Suzanne Wright (P)2018 Tantor

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Love Dark in you series

This book was awesome. I'm not surprised at all. I loved the three before this one and was not let down. The first Suzanne Wright book I listened to was Feral Sins (Phoenix Pack series). Since purchasing that book, I have listened to the one book over twenty times. I have fifteen of her audio books and I'm pleased with everyone. Thanks Ms. Wright for your wonderful books.

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  • Georgia, United States
  • 08-12-18

Producer was horrible!

This book sounded like someone recorded the narrator in an echoing room. This was compounded by MULTIPLE repeat sentences throughout the book. I’m grateful there wasn’t repeat paragraphs, but wow, been awhile since I’ve heard a recording this bad.

Narrator was good, the story continues for Nox, Harper, and baby Asher. All our favorite characters were there, and some new ones. Many moments of “wow, can’t believe that just happened” as usual. Great book and narrator, producer needs to be fired.

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Loved it!!

I cannot wait to read or listen to Tanner and Devon's story. This series has been one of my favorites.

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love this series

I've read every book my Suzanne Wright. And I can't choose which one I love the most. they are all totally addictive.

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Too Obvious

I really like Suzanne Wright's Dark in you series. This story line was a little too obvious to have any real suspense. The story is enjoyable and fans of the series went be disappointed.

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Not Bad

Have to admit that I was a bit disappointed in the "Horseman" conclusion.
Wish there was less repeating of explanations outlined in all previous books. Seems like filler to me.
Asher story was most enjoyable.