The Blood That Binds

Twisted, Book 4
By: Jo Ho
Narrated by: Allyson Voller
Series: Twisted, Book 4
Length: 2 hrs and 42 mins
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Blood never lies...unless what you’re seeing isn’t real.

A new urban fantasy series from the award-winning screenwriter of groundbreaking BBC TV series Spirit Warriors.

After a trip to a place of magic seemingly leaves the girls with more questions than answers, Tyler takes off to spend some much needed time with Ally only for danger to have followed them with potentially devastating consequences for the sisters. 

Meanwhile, Marley has family problems of her own. Realizing that she has never known anything about either side of her family, she broaches the subject only for Paul to evade her questions. Why is he keeping secrets from her? What doesn’t he want her to know? 

With the other girls preoccupied with their own issues, Eve takes the opportunity to try to mend bridges with Cassie. What should be a nice dinner out turns into an ordeal, however, when an unwanted chance encounter causes more antagonism between them. 

As Cassie tries to deal with the aftermath the only way she knows how, she just makes things worse. 

Frustrated with the way things have gone down, Eve retreats home but finds herself confronted with the very secret she thought was dead and buried… 

Will the girls be able to defeat their own personal demons before the real ones catch up with them? 

Saving the world has never been this twisted!

Fans of the Mortal Instruments, The Vampire Diaries, Supernatural, and Pretty Little Liars will love this thrilling new series! 

Written like your favorite CW or Netflix show, expect thrills, heart-thumping romance as well as epic twists and turns that will keep you guessing! 

©2018 Jo Ho (P)2018 Jo Ho

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Bonnie lasses

These girls are not bonnie in the traditional sense, but each of them has something that makes them come across as beautiful... Even if it's beautifully broken

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An incredible wild ride that has just begun.

Reviewer: Teresa Fallen Angel

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The girls lives will never be the same as they struggle to get a hand of their powers as their enemy draws ever nearer. The girls are average everyday individuals who have their own problems to overcome. Unfortunately, they have kept their problems to themselves making it almost impossible t understand why they react to situations in such extreme ways.

I love how they may be average in every way except for their powers that complicate things for them.
As their enemy moves closer to them and the ones they love, will they become the team they need to be before it is too late?

This audiobook was an incredible intricate story that has just begun.

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Anticipating the next book

Once again, the author and narrator outdid themselves. The fact this is covering so many social issues. As a sociologist, this series as peaked my interests and as helped me enjoy the story more. I can't wait to the evolution of the girls. I just can't get enough. I have listened to the books from the beginning more than once. Keep up the good work and looking forward to the next one. I truly enjoy the supernatural and discovery of the girls powers. I would love to see this as a movie series. I would watch it for sure.

I still haven't who is my favorite characters. I like seeing evolutioin.

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Thrill ride

I received this book for free at my request and the following review is of my own. And this series keeps getting more and more interesting. Just when the girls think they might get some answers they get even more questions. They also start going through even more difficulties with their lives as they still try to not only figure more on their magic but also their pasts.

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Another great episode.

In The Blood That Binds, episode 4 of the Twisted saga, things start to ramp up. The girls begin to learn a bit more about their past, get a better handle on their powers, and learn a bit about how they are connected. Unfortunately each of our heroines has their own personal demons and more than one of them begins to use their powers as an unhealthy coping mechanism. You can definitely see there is plenty of drama coming their way. Speaking of drama coming their way, we also get glimpses at what the 'big bad' is up to. Excellent series that will hook you if you give it half a chance.

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  • Julie
  • 01-28-20

Keeps you wanting more

I am really enjoying this series and as the story unfolds it gets better and better. The main reason I am enjoying it so much is the four girls and the way they interact with each other. Just when you think everything is better and they will be able to work together something happens and it sets them back and that is before the demons get involved. The story also has a side story from the past which is being revealed a little bit each book and involves the girls ancestors, which adds more background to the girls and who they are or have the potential to become. I can't wait to start the next book.
A trip to a magic shop doesn't go as planned and the girls get kicked out before they can learn more that first names of there ancestors. It's back to the library for the girls to do some more research but demons are lurking near by. The demons are proving to be smarter than they look and instead of going after the girls directly they target there loved ones or secrets that they want burried. With family ties strained for some of the girls and worry over others, some of the girls are using there powers to much and others not enough, it is a careful balance and if the girls can't get it right the demons might just beat them to the next seal.
The narrator is good and I like her laid back manor of speaking but she also knows how to build up the tension.
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  • DML 🤓
  • 01-18-19

A definite TV show in the making.

Jo really does write a good story, this series so far is shaping up to be turned into a cracking little TV show, I really do enjoy the narration of Allyson Voller she has a nice smooth voice.
The only downside for me is how short the audibles are, I get so invested in the story and it ends and I am like NOOOOOOOO I want more.
The story with these 4 girls is intriguing and I am dying to find out more about their history, they have some secrets which will all be soon revealed (I hope).

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