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Publisher's Summary

Landing my dream job at Havenfall Harbor fresh out of college should be a dream come true. 

Finding myself drawn to two men - one of which I'm not sure I even like - is keeping me on my toes.

Throw in some pranks designed to get me to resign my positions as the first human liaison at the all supernatural academy, and things are getting down right complicated. 

Welcome to Havenfall Harbor, home for wayward and orphaned supernaturals. Where not just the students bite.

©2020 Rhonda Beyer (P)2020 Rhonda Beyer

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Another Great Book by Albany

As someone who loves RH, it was nice to read this wonderful Ménage book. It is a slow burn with a cliffhanger (as per norm) that leaves you intrigued and pondering as to what will happen in book two. This school is full of sups and Quinn is the only human. She is kind and only wants to see the good in everyone. She is determined to make a difference in the world and with the students that come to her. Griffin and Evan are the men she is interested in; and they more than interested in her. I love the interaction between these three. Especially with Griffin. He is rough and gruff with a soft and gooey inside. The mystery and the personalities of these three characters keeps this book interesting, while also having the extra intrigue in trying to figure out who is messing with Quinn. It was a pleasant read with a thickening plot at a smooth medium pace. Go check it out, and enjoy this fantastic book.

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My new favorite author!

Albany Walker has quickly become one of my new favorite authors and I practically devour her books as quickly as I can get my hands on them. Havenfall Harbor included! The narrators were perfect and I’m not sure what they call this style of narration (where the male and female narrators each read all their characters spoken lines instead of the female narrator trying to do male voices and the male narrator trying to do female voices depending on whose perspective the chapter is in) but it makes the audio books so much more enjoyable! All of that being said I really felt like this book just stopped mid story. It didn’t feel like a cliff hanger but more like the end of the book was just left off. That being said it’s still a five star book in my opinion but if you hate cliff hangers or need at least some resolution at the end of a book then I would wait until more books in this series come out before you listen to or read it. I can’t wait for book two and I will definitely be buying it as soon as it’s out!

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Lame Mystery but it has potential

There is a good chance that I am CRAZY. I do acknowledge that possibility. Reading this book has given me another example to provide to my psychologist if I ever actually go to one. On one shoulder I have a sweet mini version of my myself sayig, "This book was good. Give it 3 stars". On the other shoulder is a sassier version of me with her eyebrow raised saying, "Drop a 1-star on this crap!" Well, the issue is that once again there is a love Triangle. Once again, there is a vampire and were-animal love interest. Once again, the male characters fall so deeply in love with this human character for no reason at all. There is nothing special about Quinn. These men are decades older, so why does Quinn catch their attention after all this time? She is just a regular person. Makes no sense. Quinn also gets a job that she has no idea how to do. You apply for a Supernatural academy but you have NO real knowledge of supernaturals. NO experience being a guidance counselor to regular humans so how are you qualified for this position? The issue with this flaw is that throughout the book she is faced with things that are pretty obvious. And the big blow for this one is the mystery plot. Wow. Just wow. This should have been a sub-plot that added depth to the story. Something more important should have been happening while this was just another thing making it difficult. Instead we get this Raman Noodle plot that is only acceptable when you have NOTHING else or as a side item when you've burned the macaroni. So sassy me wins. I liked the idea of a book like this ( Grown-up book about a supernatural school with REAL ADULT characters) but the author just seemed not to want it as much as me and my mini Selves. Now maybe the author will make it up in the next book. I'm feeling an Epic love scene in the making and I'm all for it. Hopefully she wont be afraid to give us what we are obviously expecting now. A positive for this book was the narration. This was an excellent format for two narrators. Each narrator had a set of characters assigned to them. This means the sound of the characters' voice didnt change when the POV changed. 2 Stars. Very unmotivated plot but love story has potential if it goes in the grown up direction instead of a Twilight remake. Fingers crossed.

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Decent start

This was a decent start to a new series. I love how the main character was Human (so far, who knows what’s to come) no, half witch, no half shifter, no chosen one- just plain human with a kind heart. The narrators were good and gave the book life. The story was very slow burn, and there wasn’t that much action for me so I didn’t rate it five stars. I rate a book 5 stars that gives me, action, romance, comedy, and tears. When you can elicit multiple emotions from me. This had a slow burn romance and comedy. Not much action or tears. I really cannot wait to see what book 2 holds.

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Albany Walker you did it again. I'm hooked and I need more. Brooke Daniel's and Brandon Williams did an amazing job!

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The first half of the book was interesting. The second half was boring. I did like the characters. However, it lacked detail with the school and students. Her book Friends with Monsters was a much better book.

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Oh my gosh

This book was excellent! Not a fan of the cliff hangar but will be patiently waiting for the next book.

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Enjoy your books listening to thank you

I can't wait book's 2 come out so I can listen to in English iJoy how you tell stories of your books thank you very much

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Don’t waste your time!

I’ve never written a review and this book made me so angry I had to! I don’t like putting down authors because it has to be hard work to write a book, but damn this was a complete fail in my opinion. So much extra dialogue that did NOT need to happen. This story could have been told in one book instead of two which makes me think the author was being lazy and wanted to drag the story out so they could sell more books and that’s just greedy. So disappointed.

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Took too long to get the story started, filled with minute details that weren't helpful, I couldn't determine if the characters were thinking or talking based on the voice actors's performance. Good way to kill a day though.

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  • Adriel
  • 01-18-21

Where is the next one

Awesome book. Need the next one!!! Fantastic story!! I'm hoping that the next one is going be here soon !!!!

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  • MadHatter
  • 11-10-20

Excellent narration

Nothing can ruin an audible book more than bad narrators. Not a problem with this one. A superb job by both Brooke and Brandon. The story is good, but nothing unusual. There is enough of everything (action, comedy, romance) to keep it interesting. Thankfully, no angst (teenager love it, but it bores me to tears). I assume more intrigue and probably family conflicts will occur in the next book. This was basically just getting everything set up.

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  • Felicity
  • 11-05-20

Great Listen

This was a pretty awesome book with amazing narration. When listening to an audiobook, I always wondered why they didn't make some of the characters mechanical when the scene was of them on the phone or loudspeaker (you'll understand what I mean when you listen to it), but this book does that and makes it even more awesome than it already was just from that small act. It also holds duet narration where the male characters are spoken by the male narrator and vice versa for the female characters. Just a warning before you read (or listen to) this book: it does end on a cliffhanger. The story mainly focuses on how life could be if the supernatural were real and how it may operate. The plot mainly surrounds a school of supernaturals, where the female protagonist gets to work as a human liaison. Obviously, the whole one human in a school of other supes doesn't go very well. There are no wars or anything with major action, it is mainly a straightforward school romance in the perspective of the adults/teachers and staff. I loved listening to this audiobook and would definitely recommend it to those who have read the blurb and think they will like it. Enjoy!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-07-20

LOVED

First time reading this author and I Absolutely loved this book. Wish the second was available can’t wait to continue on the journey. Also found the narrators great. Highly recommend. 🙂