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Ava Valentine is a time-traveling bounty hunter from the distant future. She's chased her fugitive back to present-day New York City, where she hopes her new contact will lead her to an uneventful capture. What she's not expecting is to get mixed up with a man she suspects is a vampire.

Dexter Stone is a mysterious soldier of fortune. He holds an allegiance to few and has a reputation for selling out anyone if the price is right. His word is good though, and once he chooses a side, it'll take more than monetary gain to sway him to the other.

A run-in with an unsavory person from Ava's past forces the pair into an uneasy alliance. And soon, Ava will discover that she could be Stone's saving grace - or his downfall.

©2016 Sandra Edwards (P)2016 Sandra Edwards

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Wonderful Performance by Heather Masters

If you could sum up Staked in three words, what would they be?

Vampire Romance

What did you like best about this story?

I liket the performance by the narrator the bestd

What about Heather Masters’s performance did you like?

Heather does a masterful job of voicing different characters. She goes from gruff Macho men, to young demure woman with ease

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Probably not, but I rarely do that with any book