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Immortal Hunter

By: Patricia D. Eddy,Midnight Coven
Narrated by: Richard Sawyer,Lucy Rivers
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Publisher's Summary

His entire life, he was trained to do one thing.

Kill vampires.

Until he had to make an impossible choice and run from the very people he used to call family.

In St. John's, he found a place he could settle down. A place the Hunters would never find him.

But his haven turns out to be anything but safe when a beautiful shield maiden walks into the pub where he's slinging drinks.

Now, evil threatens the entire world and the local coven likes to interfere - with everyone and everything.

And it's really too bad that shield maiden is a vampire.

Or...is it?

Are you willing to taste immortality?

Come with us and let our vampires glamour you into a world full of dangerous magic, toe-curling heat, and a love to last forever.

The Vampire Mates series by the Midnight Coven contains 13 tales penned by your favorite best-selling paranormal romance authors.

Each novella can be enjoyed as a complete stand-alone, but of course, we hope you’ll bite into them all.

With our Vampire Mates at your side, immortality is sexy AF.

©2019 Patricia D. Eddy (P)2019 Patricia D. Eddy

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Great Vampire Novella!

This novella is part of The Vampire Mates series by the Midnight Coven. Ewan and Kara's story is fast-paced, action packed, suspenseful, and sexy. The storyline is also filled with twists and turns. Richard Sawyer and Lucy Rivers did a great job with the narration. I read this story before, and the audiobook version is even better. I loved it!

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Short & Sexy

While paranormal is not my go to listen, I just love Patricia D Eddy, and when given the chance to listen to her, I take it! And I am so glad I did! This novella had me hooked from the start. Ewan is a vampire hunter, but has left the trade and gone to St Johns where he thought he would be safe. When Kara walks in, all bets are off. His hunting senses are up, but will he be able to resist her glamourizing? Kara may be attracted to Ewan, but what she finds is so much more. With a twist of fate, will Kara be able to keep Ewan safe? I loved this! It's short, it's hot, it's action packed and the characters are so easy to love.

Lucy Rivers and Richard Sawyer are wonderful in their portrayal of this short. Rivers is amazing, always has so many great voices and really tunes into her characters. She has an old lady voice in this that is so believable, it's hard to think it's coming from her! This is my first listen to Sawyer, and I enjoyed his voice. He found his pace and fit the part of Ewan beautifully.

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  • 10-13-19

Not a bad story

That was the worst Scottish accent I have ever heard, luckily it was a short story.