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The Academy: The Scarab Beetle, Book 3
Narrated by: Megan Tusing
Series: Scarab Beetle, Book 3
Length: 10 hrs and 56 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
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From USA TODAY bestselling author, C. L. Stone, listen to Fake, the third book in The Academy Scarab Beetle Series.

Still on the hunt for her missing brother, Kayli Winchester's life amid the Academy team comes to an abrupt halt when she and Brandon are kidnapped. Mistaken for his identical twin brother, Brandon's life is threatened unless he helps a team of criminals hack into a secret underground cellular network and exploit it.

The cunning Kayli makes a daring escape. With Brandon still held prisoner, she turns to the guys to help save him. Despite the team of Axel, Marc, Corey and Raven working tirelessly, this desperate search and rescue mission quickly changes into submission to the kidnappers. If the team doesn't give the bad guys what they want, someone will die.

It's unavoidable: they're going to need to bring in outside help... help that will come at a high price. Saving the guys might require Kayli to do the unthinkable, and may shatter the team forever.

©2015 C. L. Stone (P)2017 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved

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Decisions decisions

This book is starts with the kidnapping of Brandon and Kayli. The rest of the book is pretty much revolves around that. She’s come along in her feelings to trust the guys but is worried that her feelings for them all will break up the group. At the end little does she know that it may actually happen. Decisions have to be made and hopefully the group will actually communicate with each other and figure something out. Honestly I did fast forward through some parts as it gets a little slow but I’m still curious on how things turn out.

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Spot on narration!

The narration is absolutely amazing. I love Kayli’s voice. The narrator is able to embody all the charm of a southern accent while still being easily understood!

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Amazing

I loved the girl who did this. She is amazing!!! She can do an amazing Russian and Irish accent!!!

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Fake book 3 of The Academy

Enjoyed this book, better than Book 2 but still not as good as Book 1. Not sure why they aren't all 3 as good as each other or each one getting better and better; but they are not and different. I plan to listen to one more before giving up on the series. Hope it finally goes looking for the brother, a high school kid on his own (for all I know). This lack of concern of Kaylee really has me bothered. She seems more interested in kissing all these other men than the welfare of her brother.