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Blackbird Audiobook

Blackbird: Redemption, Volume 1

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Publisher's Summary

On the outside, Lucas Holt is what nightmares are made of. A man cloaked in darkness, with sin-filled eyes and an enticing grin. A devil so devastatingly beautiful and cruel that his very presence instills fear. But beneath his terrifying, ever-calm exterior is an affectionate man haunted by a past that refuses to stay buried. And Lucas looks at me as though he's finally found the only person who can make it all go away.

©2017 Molly McAdams (P)2017 Molly McAdams

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    John 09-13-17
    John 09-13-17 Member Since 2012
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    "Im a new fan..."
    Would you consider the audio edition of Blackbird to be better than the print version?

    I have only listened to the audio....love it


    Who was your favorite character and why?

    They were both great...really well written


    What does Jason Clarke and Erin Mallon bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

    The narration was great. Erin is good


    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    it socks 10-14-17
    it socks 10-14-17 Member Since 2014
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    "Good story but wish I had read it instead of the audiobook"

    I liked the story and thought the male narrator was great! The female not so much. She sounded like she was having a panic attack the entire book. It was grating. The entire book she was panting and it was just too much. She made Briar just too weak. The story line was interesting but I think I will read the next book instead of listening.

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    Sherry Ettore 10-01-17
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    "You never disappoint!!"

    You brought him back to me! Great story! The beginning was hard to get through but it was amazing!

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    Char 09-26-17
    Char 09-26-17 Member Since 2015
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    "Wow"

    The subject matter was very difficult, I had a hard time working through it, BUT OH MY, the author did an amazing job, of explaining the reality of it, and building a challenging but beautiful relationship through it...on to the next one 🤗

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    Denise 09-06-17
    Denise 09-06-17 Member Since 2015
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    "Amazing listen; Unexpectedly enjoyed this one! "

    Briar was happily enjoying her life; she worked a job she liked; had a fiancé she loved and a wedding only a few short weeks away. Her world was turned upside down without warning and she found that she would have to use every bit of her determination and spirit to survive. Lucas aka the Devil, as Briar thinks of him is dark and full of secrets. Briar disarms him with her innocence and spirit and this story begins to evolve at a very fast pace. In my opinion, it does lose steam toward the end of the book, but overall this book is so credit worthy. There are twists, and I found it hard to believe that Briar would fall so quickly for her Devil .... but therein lies the wonderful fantasy of fiction. This was my first listen to this author, I will definitely explore other works by her. The narration was fantastic and I would not hesitate to use a credit for this listen!

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    Edz 08-31-17
    Edz 08-31-17 Member Since 2017
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    "Dark and beautiful"

    This is my first book by Molly McAdams. Great story with lots of plot twists! I like that it was fast paced. I couldnt stop listening.

    Jason Clarke and Erin Mallon are fantastic in this book. They are great narrators!

    Cant wait for book 2!

    2 of 3 people found this review helpful
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    CAROLYN newark, New Jersey, United States 08-17-17
    CAROLYN newark, New Jersey, United States 08-17-17 Member Since 2017
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    "AN INTENSE, ADDICTIVE & ABSOLUTELY PERFECT LISTEN"

    Man o man I've got one serious book hangover after finishing this intense story.. the plot line was riveting, the drama was nail biting, the suspense was intense, the multi-layered hero was deeply flawed yet definitely redeemable and the beautiful love story that developed brought out so many conflicting feels. I cautiously listened as, at the start, Ms McAdams cleaverly flipped between the dark scenes in the present and the light scenes of before the heroine's life-altering abduction.. and thankfully (for me) the story never got darkly disturbing or depraved.

    Blair Rose came from money and was marrying into it too.. she was happy, excited, in love and very eager for her upcoming wedding in two weeks.. but the night she agreed to swap shifts would change her life completely. Kidnapped, auctioned and introduced to a secretive world of ownership, Blair sang.. she sang in helpless terror not knowing that it was her singing that'd first caught the interests of her handsome new owner who she later nicknamed the Devil. He would eventually become HER Devil but before then there was going to be a lot of challenges, tears, heartache, life-threatening situations, passion, pleasures, jaw-dropping twists and revelations.

    Lucas Holt (aka the Devil) is shrouded by secrets.. the lifestyle his mentor's been grooming him for is a secret, the scars beneath his tattoos tell of a secret bloody past, secrets and more secrets drive him but the moment he hears his Blackbird he knows he has to have her.. his first acquisition. They only took the abused, the lonely, the ones nobody would miss or look for but this time they got it wrong. For Lucas' plans she was meant to be just one of many.. but she ended up being THE one.. the one that would change him, challenge him, give him absolution and completely alter his future.

    This isn't like any other kidnapping/captive themed romances that I've listened to before.. it's so well layered with drama, angst, suspense, chills, twists and tension filled scenes.. as well as interesting characters who quickly get caught up in a powerful attraction.. an attraction which they both try to fight. There's building climatic dangers with a secondary character and intrigue too because you just don't know what this talented Author is going to hit you with next. Yes it starts off with kidnapping/human trafficking which is a dark subject matter.. however, (unrealistically I know) it morphs into so much more when the very damaged alpha hero opens up, becomes vulnerable, loves deeply and lets his secrets out. And, because of his very human side, I never saw a monster - nor did I think the heroine was suffering from Stockholm syndrome. There's also character development, touching scenes, tender words of love and selfless sacrifices. Faultless dual POV narration on top of an amazing storyline made this a perfect listen.. especially Jason Clarke's dreamy voice.

    Worth a credit? A million x yes.

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    Shauna 08-14-17
    Shauna 08-14-17
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    "Amazing"

    Blackbird the book blew my mind. But to listen to it brought a whole new level. It was awesome listening to the characters come to life. The narrators nailed the accents in the book as well.

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    Nicole 08-15-17
    Nicole 08-15-17
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    "If it wasn't for the narrators...DUDE!"

    Ugh- this story is borerline sucky and unbelievable! Nearly the same story line as Irrevocable but with a small twist and not as dark. I kinda can't wait for the next 2 hours to be over with so I can return this book. About 3 hours ago, I jumped to the end soooo...

    Anyway, it's not work a credit unless you wanna swoon over Jason Clarke's voice like I do 😬!

    1 of 2 people found this review helpful

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