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Publisher's Summary

Drow Princess for Hire.

Skills include wielding dual magics, stabbing bad guys with the pointy end, and protecting the good people of Seattle from dark wizards.

Also wraps a mean sashimi roll.

The name Brownstone evokes a certain reaction no matter who hears it. And for Alison Brownstone that’s both a blessing and a curse.

But it’s time for her to step out of her dad’s shadow and make a new name for herself.

She just has to decide what she wants that name to mean.

At 25 years old, it’s time Alison chose who she wants to be now that she’s grown up. She has many role models who’ve shaped her and trained her into the woman she is now.

But she is her father’s daughter....

Old face, new attitude.

Join Alison as she faces off against technomagic, cults, criminal organizations, and the growing discrimination against all things magical.

NOTE: While the series continues in the same world with some returning characters, it takes place years later and does stand alone. No prior experience necessary.

©2018 Judith Berens, Martha Carr, Michael Anderle (P)2019 Judith Berens, Martha Carr, Michael Anderle

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Loud and silly when it isn't profane

I don't know any women who would act like the heroine and her mother, and in 70 odd years, I have heard a lot of women talking to each other.

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  • 09-15-19

"Girlfriend" .....I cringed every time.

Be prepared, You will hear this word so much that you will lose the will to continue. Excellent storyline but good lord find another catch phrase. If this it what I have to look forward to, I hesitate to purchase Book 2. I mean I'll give it the ol college try.

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Exciting book and wonderful narration..

Well, this was a fun book. And, Alison could sure kick some butt. She killed so many bad guys in her home town it was suggested she move. The she killed more bad guys in Seattle once she move there. She spent time protecting billionaire Scott Carlyle, so I'm hoping something comes of that.

No romance yet and the F-bomb was used 42 times.

As for the narration: The main reason I tried this book was because it was being narrated by Kate Rudd, and you can't get mush better than her.

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everybody's an a..hole

author needs a bigger vocabulary. too many a..holes and girlfriend. made hard to get through

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too bad about the language

too much bad language. I love the story but since the graduation the language has become so bad that I can't enjoy the book any more.

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Like the new direction

When the stories were from the school, it was cool how it was based around the group of students. even with the occasional character loss (a.k.a. Izzy). Now.with the story focusing on Alison, I was worried it would lack depth. But, I can happily say otherwise. Hannah is a great addition with her road to redemption from a con artist. I look forward to the next step in Alison's evolution. the only thing I don't like is her losing her soul sight. But, life is boring without change and I can accept it.

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This book is awful

The language in this book is one of the worst that I have ever listen too. It seems that every other word the drop the f boom. Was very disappointed in this book. Could have been a good story, but the language make the book very hard to listen too. I never even finished the book because the language was so bad.

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Fun book and great narration.

Always something happening, never a dull moment.

Story line is good and I really enjoyed the character development in the first book of this series. Lots of action, butt kicking and adventure. Allison is a strong female lead character with a lot of confidence.

Thoroughly enjoyable listen I recommend.

The narration is great. Kate Rudd does a great job with all the voices and you know who is speaking. She reads with emotion as called for and does the male voices very well. Great narration author combo.

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enjoy

loved the narration. book was fun. enjoyed greatly. and I can not string fifteen words for en
anything. good thing I'm not a writer 🤣.

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Definitely a good Audible

Family is what this story is about be it birth family or adoptive. what those parents teach is how one views life and the world.
Yet another thing that you come to understand is that there are no black and white answers to situations or life decisions. Sometimes compromises are made.
Narration by Kate Rudd was done very well. She has a good range of voices and subtle dialects. She easley draws in the listener and makes it hard to put down the Audible. Say to get to bed at a decent hour.

C Wright
Somewhere in the hills of Northern California.

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  • 07-14-19

Fantastic

A fast paced novel . A light and full of action modern urban fantasy story . A cross between Lara Croft from tomb raider and Harry Potter .

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  • Sarah Mac
  • 06-15-19

Great start to the next chapter in Alison's life

I loved the SNM series with Alison and co.

Alison is now 25 and is a solo security specialist, but she has a small problem, well, it's a rather large problem, she's losing her magic due to a virus which is affecting magicals, mainly magicals that are half human/half oriceran.

After a terrorist attack in DC, which forces Alison to use her wish, she decides to move to Seattle and set up her own security company.

This is a really great story which starts off Alison's adulthood.

Now to listen to the next book.....