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Mr. Peabody's House

Werewolves, Vampires and Demons, Oh My Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Chandra Skyye
Length: 7 hrs and 10 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (90 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

A haunted house becomes the focus of a demonic investigation, so Brenda teams up with a trio of werewolves to solve the mystery. But when the house eats her, can they find a way to save her?

I met a trio of furballs when my BFF was dealing with a demon issue and since then, I can't stop thinking about them.

When the chance to investigate a possessed house appears on my desk - after I filch it from someone else's - I know it's fate we team up again.

However, I might have bitten off more than I can chew, because suddenly my hunky puppies are demanding I become their permanent chew toy.

Me, mated? Eek, but also yum. Did I mention they totally make my body purr?

Before we can indulge in a sweatily-ever-after, though, they'll need to save me from Mr. Peabody's house, because I do believe it ate me.

Contains mature themes.

©2017 Eve Langlais (P)2017 Tantor

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Loved it!

This was a very well written story. Brenda 's character was a hoot and just plain amazing. This series stays true to the theme of strong, capable female leads. The men are just plain sexy alphas! The storyline is fast paced and detailed! Nothing is lacking here!

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Young girl find adventure, sex & paranormal lovers

Sharp , funny and well written story about a young female looking for lust/love. A paranormal mystery causes the lead female to find herself in a pickle. The story has a wonderful mixture of paranormal characters. Witches, demons, vampires, werewolves, human, interacting. All the humans characters are anglo but the paranormal characters are richly diverse with their own prejudices and hierarchy of importance in the pecking order in the paranormal realm. This book is one of a series with similar structure of storyline. The entire series is entertaining with a mild kick of sexual spice. Worth the money or credit.. flip a coin. Entertaining quirky paranormal stories can ALWAYS be found in all Eve Langlais stories. The man characters are consistently similar with the exception of a change of hair color (in the young female lead) Chosen voice actors used, are always excellent fix..Finally with an EVE LANGLAIS story, you will get witty writing and happy endings guaranteed.

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Horrible Narration

I hated the way the narrator spoke, but it's not all her fault. I usually love Eve Langlais, but I couldn't stand the main character. I had hoped she would get better, but I couldn't stand to anymore after Chapter 8. I just couldn't stand to hear the word va-jayjay again!

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Soooo funny!!

This story is so funny to listen to!! Very similar to 'Delicate freekin' flower", this book is Great!!! Love the narrator too!!

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FINALLY A SEQUEL!

Let me start my saying I've waited years for this sequel. YEARS! It was well worth the wait. LOLtastic I have yet to read a book by Eve that I didn't IMMEDIATELY love. Sooooo looking forward to the next installment of this series. You did it again Eve!

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a whole lot of wow packed into one story

Extremely funny and very exciting. I cant wait for A demon stole my kitty. Also Chandra Skyye did a very good job reading this book, had me laughing even harder at Brenda.

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Cute

The heroine in this book is definitely Blonde so Sometimes not the brightest bulb on the Chain that's still the book is very funny cute and sexy with a surprise twist

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  • 05-13-18

So-So story, but God awful Narrator

Eve Langlais can generally deliver a decent enough story, and while they range from being excellent (such as Delicate Freakn' Flower) to alright (Bunny and the Bear), this one might have actually passed as falling into the latter if I hadn't made the decision to listen to this, rather than just read. The narrator's choice of voices irritated me, especially since the only one that sounded any different from any of the others was for the main character (Brenda), as all the male characters just blended into each other, and the one other female character had no character to her voice, and didn't actually keep to any kind of accent. It became a slog, as I gave up trying to distinguish who was speaking when, and though Brenda was extremely sassy, and was therefore an interesting character, the rest of the story just fell flat. I will give the rest of the books in this series a miss, which is a pity as Eve Langlais can usually write a good enough story that keeps me coming back.