• Shadowed Steel

  • Heirs of Chicagoland Series, Book 3
  • By: Chloe Neill
  • Narrated by: Suzanne Elise Freeman
  • Length: 9 hrs and 37 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (395 ratings)

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Shadowed Steel

By: Chloe Neill
Narrated by: Suzanne Elise Freeman
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Publisher's Summary

Elisa Sullivan is the only vampire ever born, and she bears a heavy legacy. After a sojourn with the North American Central Pack of shifters in the wilderness - where she turned a young woman into a vampire to save her life - Elisa returns to Chicago.

But no good deed goes unpunished. The ruling body of vampires, the Assembly of American Masters, is furious that Elisa turned someone without their permission, and they want her punished. When an AAM vampire is found dead, Elisa is the prime suspect. Someone else is stalking Chicago - and Elisa. She'll need to keep a clear head, and a sharp blade, to survive all the supernatural strife.

Contains mature themes.

©2021 Chloe Neill (P)2021 Tantor

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A Brand New Beginning! Love this series!!

Stayed up all night to finish listening to this story. I love the ChicagoLand Vampires series and this latest installment is great! I can't wait to see where the author takes us next.

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Better than the original series?

In some ways Chloe Neill gets better with each story she tells. I find I love Elisa and Connors adventures almost more than “Darth Sullivan and the Sentinel” almost. They did set the stage.

In this offering you get to see Elisa’s emotional growth and meet a few new characters. All of which I think foreshadow a bright future if more interesting books to come. If only she could write faster.

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Chicagoland wins again!

I've been a happy reader of Chicagoland Vampires since book 1. Now the Heirs of Chicagoland are proving themselves to be a hit. Keep them coming Chloe Neill. Suzanne Elise Freeman applause to your narration.

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Such a great series

I absolutely love this series. Elisa and Connor are such a great pair. I love their connection, their banter, their strength. This book offered up a few different mysteries to solve. And the Super Sup Team did it again. You definitely won't want to miss this book. This book offers up action, sarcasm, and a little bit of romance. What a wonderful mix! I can't forget the narration. Suzanne Elise Freeman does an amazing job with this series. She has given the characters a voice! She does an amazing job!

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Another great one!

I just finished listening to this audiobook and I loved it!

Not going to leave spoilers, but lots of Elisa Sullivan and Connor Keene action and interaction.

Also, a bit of disappointment with the handling of an antagonist, but then again, Elisa is written to be a fair level headed vampire, and I was being a bit blood thirsty in regards to this character. But other than that, everything was great!

Recommended audiobook.

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Wow! Finally!

I can't WAIT for the next book to be released. Great series and this one FINALLY had Elisa and Connor doing the deed. Took them long enough!

I'm not a fan of how Miranda was dealt with by Elisa. Connor NEEDED to be told. I'm guessing that is going to lead to extreme conflict later in the series.

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Entertaining

Interesting and entertaining storyline. Likable characters and just the right amount of drama mixed with romance and fighting makes for an escaping listen. The narrator did a great job with providing unique voices for each character and appropriate tone inflections for each scene.

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Great story

Love the continuation with Elisa Sullivan and the relationship between Elisa and Conner. Looking forward to book 3.

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Shadowed Steel (bws)

Beautiful story. Loved the progression of relationship between Conner and Elise. Charley doesn’t need to talk like a bad girl to be a strong, confident bad girl. Lastly what was with use of the word “screen’ instead of cell, mobile or phone especially since this book was made this year. I did find that annoying.