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Shifting into high fear

Ghost/god Wes Cooper and his not-life partner, vampire Hudson Rojas, have settled into cohabitation in an upscale part of Toronto. So what if their hoity-toity new neighbors haven't exactly rolled out the welcome mat for the paranormal pair? Their PI business is booming, and when a suspect they've been tailing winds up in the morgue, it's alongside a rash of other shifters in apparent drug-related fatalities.

Now, Wes and Hudson must connect the dots between the shifter deaths and an uptick in brutal vampire attacks across the city. Throw in a surprise visit from Hudson's niece - who may or may not be on the run from European paranormal police (who may or may not exist) - and guardianship of a teen shifter who might be the key to solving the whole mystery (if only she could recover her memory), and Wes and Hudson have never been busier...or happier.

But when a nightmare from Hudson's past comes back to haunt him, their weird, little found family is pushed to the brink. Mucking this up would mean Hudson and Wes missing their second chance at happily forever-afterlife....

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Jennifer R. L. Burke (P)2019 Tantor

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Good...but....

I loved this series....until this book. Honestly I dont know what the author was thinking when she did what she did to Evan. Their was no point to introduce new pointless characters on the final book and then do..... that.... so stupid... I kinda want to return the whole series now 😑

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Decent Enough

Wes still displays a surprising lack of wisdom and insight for being over 100 years old. And his failure to use his magic when it would have been appropriate to do so was dumbfounding and only explainable due to his recent brain trauma. The double climax was good and displayed some growth in Wes.

Greg Boudreaux still does a great job with all the voices.

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Could have been a lot better

First off Greg Boudreaux was outstanding as always. I really liked these characters in the first 2 books but the author did an injustice to both Evan and Wes in this book. The author made Wes so weak at a great cost then all of a sudden he miraculously has an apifany and saves the day. If I were Evan I would not be able to forgive. The ending made me so sad and a bit angry. Won't be continuing to the spin off.

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Great setup for an epic adventure

Trigger warning: character death

This is a transitional book, when the story stops being about just the main couple and how they come together, and starts being about their world and how they inhabit it. I think it's fantastic, and I can't wait for more.

This one is not necessarily always light and easy. We lose some friends, and we gain new ones. Bad things happen to good people. But all of these events are stepping stones up into a greater view, and bigger adventures..

I especially love the accurate portrayal of a demisexual person in a normal, functioning relationship. It's so rare to see asexual identities presented without some kind of pathology, and it truly makes me feel seen and understood.

More, please! Next one!

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Aptly titled...

The third book is loaded with so much, it's almost hard to keep up. Well, not really...but a lot is going on in this book. The introduction of new characters and the acceptance of Wes to his new standing keeps this book going from start to finish. I laughed and cried because somethings you just cannot predict. This is the best thus far and I want to know where Wes, Rojas, and the other cast of characters go from here. Seriously enjoyed this read/listen!

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All hail the god of second chances!

I laughed, I cried, I immediately wish-listed book 1 in the spin-off series Ashes and Dust, although I’m not sure the magic will continue at this level of phenomenal without narrator Boudreaux.

Book 3 continues to expand the band, aka Wes and Hudson’s odd-ball collection of family, giving more characters to love- and to lose. It’s not GoT level, but this series is not for you if the entire Scooby gang needs to escape unscathed. I, for one, respect that this author is willing to sacrifice characters for the good of the story. Also, it helps balance out Wes, who is now a god with Larry Stu potential. I hope we’ll see more of the surviving characters in later books, or in the spin-off series.

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Loved this series but to say this final instalment is heartwrenching is an understatement. I love an MM writer who isn't all about the sex. And jenn Burke delivers on that.
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Home Run!

Just finished all three books in 3 days. Just couldn’t stop listening or reading on my kindle. Boudreaux brought each and every character to life and Jenn wove an amazing tale.

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Need More

Please let their be a fourth book coming out soon. We need it! Thank you!

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  • 12-01-19

okay listen

I love the characters and their interactions but they never do the smart thing, never plan ahead or put things together quick enough.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 05-27-21

Excellent series

I'm so glad I listened to this series. I saw it recommended and thought I give it a try. Lots of action, loved the MCs and their friends. Excellent narration.

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  • Mrs. E. J. Curtis
  • 04-06-20

Great series

Really enjoyable well written story with likeable characters. Narrated by one of the best in the field.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-03-20

Not the strongest but still very good

This was my least favourite of the three books so far, but I still really enjoyed it which speaks to how good the books have been so far. It kind of get a bit short; like there were so many unexplored or underexpanded plots. But maybe I just love it so much I just want more?

Some really wonderful emotional moments that brought me to tears. Well worth the money and time.