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Sometimes, someone's angel is someone else's demon.
Harbor City is the fourth book in An Alec Winters Series and the conclusion to the story which began when 17-year-old Alec discovered a terrible family secret.
After suffering a devastating personal loss, Alec must return to work. His sales job takes him to Melbourne, Florida.
Bad people doing bad things everywhere!
This dark urban fantasy thriller tells Alec’s controversial story as angel and demon on the gritty streets of New Orleans and in Melbourne Florida. Harbor City is the last installment in this emotionally charged four-book series.
Author's warning: dark fiction story - deals with elements of fear, death, and the darkest side of life. Not for the faint of heart, not recommended for those under the age of 17.
Fans of the movie The Equalizer and the television series Supernatural and Constantine, will enjoy An Alec Winters Series.
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Demon or Angel?
To the people who harm others, Alec Winters appears as a demon. To the people who are the victims, Alec Winters appears as an angel. Alec has a calling to help those being exploited by others, but in book 4 Alec is reeling from a personal loss. Will he be able to continue his mission? Chariss Walker has taken the reader into some of the darkest places a person can go through the writing of this series and yet when viewed through the eyes of the victim the author has provided a savior. What a fascinating series this has been. I recommend the series to others with the admonishment that some very dark themes are written about in this series. Walt Allen's narration was excellent. I was given a free copy of the audiobook and I have voluntarily left this review.
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- Darrin Reid
addictive, suspenseful, sad, and much more!
The narrator does a better job, in this final book, of his female voices. He has, throughout the series, done a wonderful job of accents.
The first wonderful thing about this book is, the author immediately picks up from where she left off, and book 3. The cliffhanger from book 3 is immediately addressed! in this final book of the series, Alec definitely deals with some life-changing situations. He continues to protect some of the most vulnerable people of society! You will not be disappointed with this book, and you might be wondering if there is more to come. I don’t think there is more to come, but the author has definitely left the story so that she can pick it up at any time.
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