She is good - just as her mother was. But Ana has to know the truth about her shape-shifting abilities and mystical origins. Her jaguar senses and dreams lead her to the jungles of Peru - and to a kind stranger with haunting green eyes.
Mace Ridfort is no ordinary man. He is a trained assassin and Warrior for the Light. Though Mace is duty bound to destroy the dark forces, Ana senses he is also her salvation from a centuries-old destiny. And with Mace by her side, Ana must now withstand the most difficult battle of all - to save the world from a 1,000-year darkness.
but it was badly writted and the narrator is not all that great...too bad, the story sounded so interesting. Conversations dragged, over explained and repeated...I will not look for anything else by the author.
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Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
This is a harlequin novel so it already makes the story fairly simple. It is set up as a series, but that does not take away from this story. The scene where the Jaguar protects, breaks your heart.
Have you listened to any of Gabra Zackman’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I purchased this book due to Ms Zackman as the reader. She always gives a good performance and does so in this story.
If this book were a movie would you go see it?
this would play very well as a Sci Fi movie
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Note: I use the new 1.25x speed to get the author's intent.
I enjoy all of Lindsay McKenna's books. She uses fiction to reinforce spiritual teachings that have been passed on for generations. The redundancies noted in her books are there for a reason --- like, did you get it? Too bad Harlequin did not audio her first book in this series!
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