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After her second year at West Point, Missy returns to her Special Forces A-Team in Afghanistan for summer training. That soon leads to her being deployed into Iran and Syria. Her boyfriend, Mike, tells her that’s getting a little too real since she’s not just training over there.

Then, for the first semester of her third year, she heads over to the Naval Academy to participate in the Service Academy Exchange Program. The idea is to make better leaders by promoting professional, academic and social experiences.

But there are those who have other ideas about her being there. Can she handle all the responsibilities the fates have given her, hide all her supernatural abilities, and cope with those who are planning to destroy her?

©2021 P. G. Allison (P)2021 P. G. Allsion

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Missy continues to impress!

To begin with, I was provided a review copy of this audiobook, but I do not weigh that in my review/rating.

This is another great entry into the Missy series. I am pleased to see that the author is smoothly and gradually transitioning Missy's character from student towards more of a young adult. The story itself felt like it actually gained more traction than the previous installment. If you are a fan of this series thus far, but had concerns about the storyline moving forward (instead of getting stuck in a perpetual "student by day, hero by night" type of situation that a lot of authors tend to stick with), you will be very pleased with this book.

The narrator did another fantastic job giving life to the various characters.

I am looking forward to hearing about the future adventures of Missy.

Get this book, you wont be disappointed!

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  • Sara B
  • 07-09-21

Super Entertaining!

Missy Goes to Annapolis, the ninth book in the Missy the Werecat series, is wonderfully written and a fantastic addition to the series. The series is one of my favorite paranormal urban fantasy series, and throughout the years, I've enjoyed Missy's adventures and growth. The storyline is super engaging, entertaining, with enough action, suspense, mystery, and drama to keep you engrossed. I seriously never want the series to end!

Summer Morton's narration is spot on! She has Missy down to the T; I can't imagine anyone else narrating the series. Furthermore, she does an outstanding job with each character, portraying nuances of personalities and emotions. All in all, Missy Goes to Annapolis was a highly enjoyable listen, one I'm recommending.

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