After surviving a vampire turf war in Alaska, vampire courier Sydney Kildare is back behind the wheel and working under an assumed name in Chile. She doesn't speak the language, doesn't know the city and - worst of all - has to drive a crappy car.
What she does have is Malcolm Kelly, her sort-of boyfriend and manager of the city's vampire population. But with Malcolm preoccupied by bloodsucker business - and a gorgeous vampiress from his past - Sydney feels more alone than ever.
But Sydney has more than her love life to worry about. She's got vamps on her tail, mysterious deliveries that leave death in their wake, and old enemies targeting her to get to Malcolm. Turns out he's got a history more deadly than she ever imagined, and she'll have to use every skill in her arsenal to stay alive....
What made the experience of listening to Running in the Dark the most enjoyable?
I like the tone of the voice that I heard. Also, the accents sounded authentic.
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
Haven't gotten there yet!
What didn’t you like about Rachel Green’s performance?
I thought it was excellent! There was nothing that I didn't like.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I was disappointed that I couldn't listen to it in the car!
Any additional comments?
Rachel has excellent diction, and a calming voice. I'd like to hear more of her work.