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"Sleep, my boy, our time is coming soon."

As a boy, Christian Bowman was obsessed with vampires and the paranormal. After a tragic event in his life, he found solace in reading and dreaming of the dark and mysterious tales.

Now 21, his fantasy becomes a reality when he meets Zander - a blind vampire. Christian now has the chance to live the fantasy that up until now, he has only been able to dream about. Will his dream turn into a nightmare when he sees just how dark and dangerous a real vampire's world can be?

Christian is in love with his angel of darkness. But is their love strong enough to withstand obstacles that come with loving a vampire? And more importantly, is there a happily-ever-after in a vampire's world?

A vampire and a soul that never died; Darkness stole their past, but can his light save their future?

M/M paranormal erotic romance. Not suitable for listeners under 18, due to language and explicit sexual situations.

©2016 Tyler May (P)2016 Tyler May

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Love the story, but not the narration

I've loved this story since it first came out so knowing it was going to be on audio just make me happy to revisit the story from a new perspective. Christian was fine, a lot of the side characters were OK (and I thought that Red having an accent like Dracula was funny) but Zander was so monotone and flat. I was very surprised by that. Even the love scenes were flat. I've listened to other erotic stories and they always have passion and desire in their voice and maybe the narrator wasn't comfortable with it (if that was the case he shouldn't have signed on) but it was hard to listen to at parts. I even noticed that there were a few parts where they had obviously done a different take but didn't take the previous one out. Overall I love the story so I did enjoy listening to it but I honestly wish the narration was different.

3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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Erotic

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I would definitely recommend to a friend! This book is hot with a capital H. I couldn't listen in public. I give it 5 out of 5 bites ;)

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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As good as the book!

Loved the narrater, the suspence, the thrill. The sex! All is as good as the book. TYLET MAY IS A GREAT AUTHOR. I RECOMMEND ALL HER BOOKS!

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Poor Narration Choice for Great Story

What did you like best about Angel of Darkness? What did you like least?

I loved the story but hated the poor narration. There was very little emotion and the voices didn't suit the characters (voice was also too old for Christian).

What other book might you compare Angel of Darkness to and why?

I guess could be compared to Alexa Land's Tinder Chronicles (kindle version only).

How did the narrator detract from the book?

Like he was reading a phone book. No emotion, or very little that I could tell. The voices were all wrong for the characters.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

yes

Any additional comments?

I wish the publishers would pay more attention to the quality of the narrator chosen. I feel like I wasted my money and it was so bad I couldn't even listen to all of it - it was ruining the story.

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