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What happens when you fall for the one you are forbidden to love?

Erebus is a bit of a lost soul. He's a guy so he should be out to have fun but unlike the rest of his kind, he is solemn and withdrawn. That is, until he meets Aurora, a law student at Cornell University. His entire world is shaken. Feelings he's never had and urges he's never understood take over. These strange longings drive him to question everything about himself.

When a jealous ex stalks back into his life, he must decide if he is willing to risk everything to be with Aurora. His desire for her could destroy her, or worse, erase his own existence forever.

©100+ Wanita May (P)2014 Wanita May

What listeners say about Shadow of Doubt - Part 1

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A charming story

I loved this duet and all of the books written by W. J. May. She has a wonderful imagination and brings her readers to new worlds. This story transported me to the world of 'shadows'. It is a fantasy worth becoming acquainted with.
Elizabeth Meadows did a reasonable job of the narration, only missing a few attempts to complete sentences fluidly. The flow of the story was still accomplished enough for me to still thoroughly enjoy the book.

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Intriguing storyline

Shadows, asleep in the shadows of day, awake with a human persona at night. However, there is a strict requirement that their true identity is never revealed, especially to a human.
This is the problem, when one shadow is attracted to a human girl.

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No Doubt

Erebus is a Shadow, a mysterious (and unexplained) breed of being that only come to life at night and live as Shadows during the day. He is forbidden to have a relationship with a human or ever divulge his true nature to one under penalty of death by his Society. Yet, love tries to conquer all with an inexplicable attraction between he and Aurora, a young woman who is also "special" (in some way never revealed). Alas, nothing ever really happens in this Part 1. The narrator reads (pause) like it (pause) is the first time (pause) she's seen (pause) the book. Between the distraction of the horrible narration and the lack of action, I could only gut out this first book. Sorry, no Part 2 for me.

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Narrator So Wrong

I chose this book because the Summary made the book sound like a good offbeat story I'd like. But the narrator has a chalk on blackboard quality voice. I tried to adjust the speed but didn't help so I didn't finish book. Disappointed!!