• The Elusive Sun

  • Etherya's Earth, Book 2
  • By: Rebecca Hefner
  • Narrated by: Devon Wilcox
  • Length: 9 hrs and 22 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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The Elusive Sun

By: Rebecca Hefner
Narrated by: Devon Wilcox
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Lila, a high-born aristocrat of the Vampyre kingdom, was betrothed to Sathan, King of the Vampyres, for a thousand years. The betrothal, declared by the goddess Etherya, was deemed unbreakable. Although she cared for Sathan, and loved him as her king, secretly her heart yearned for his brother. When Sathan falls for another, Lila ends the betrothal, terrified at what her life will become now that she won’t be queen.

Latimus has loved Lila since they played together on the grassy riverbank as children. Knowing that his brother was the better man, he never begrudged his betrothal to the woman he secretly loved. Now that Sathan has married another, Latimus becomes aware of Lila’s feelings. Determined to push her into the arms of a worthier man, he believes that a war-torn army commander such as he could never offer her the life she deserves.

As the war against the Deamons rages, Latimus fights for his people, protecting them against the evil Dark Lord Crimeous. When Lila suffers a brutal attack, Latimus is shaken to his core. Determined to avenge her, he acknowledges the emotion that has always burned for her in his blackened heart. But Lila has moved on and as the war ensues he worries that it might be too late to claim her....

The Etherya's Earth series is best listened to in order, so that the listener can enjoy the evolution of the characters. After all, the author loves a good twist and wants the listener to uncover them organically. However, listeners of romance rest assured that each book has its own featured hero/heroine and HEA.

©2019 Rebecca Hefner (P)2019 Rebecca Hefner

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An action packed paranormal romance!

This book was an action packed adventure!
The entire series is so well written.
It has angst, drama and will take you through a roller-coaster of emotions.
The storyline is engaging and the characters are interesting and well fleshed out.

Devon Wilcox is an exceptionally talented narrator. His narration was smooth, flawless and really drew me in to the story.

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Lots of tears were shed. Awesome narrator.

This narrator has a large range to his voice, from a very deep male voice, to a small child's, to a sweet woman's choice all within the same scene.
Lilah and Ladimer had a bit of pain and misunderstanding to go through before they got together. Then they suffered more pain from the actions of Crimenius.(sp)
I enjoy listening to the story in this world. I recieved the first one as an arc but I had to listen to more. This is the second and I am about to get number 3.

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Im mad !

I’m pissed at what happened to our amazing heroine. I feel like she deserved better. The end went a long way to make it better but still. The choice she was given by the goddess was a BS choice IMO. It almost ruined the book for me.

The narrator sounds like he’s telling a scary story on YouTube, not a romance. Wasn’t great, but bearable I guess.

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  • Julie Burns
  • 03-30-22

Another great audio/story

Again read by Devon Wilcox (who is becoming a narrator I love to listen to)
This book tells of forbidden love and continuing the battle between Vampyre/Slayer/Daemons.
Devon gives Rebecca’s story an edge, his tones just add to the tale. Closing your eyes you see the story unfold. How Lila was forsaken by her fiancé and how she finds love with another.
How Latimus yearned for another man’s woman. How bitter he had become as he watched her grow into a beautiful Vampyre and knowing she would never be his.
And the Daemons are causing trouble for both sides.
How do Lila and Latimus find love? You need to listen to Devon tell you.

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  • Calowaren
  • 11-28-20

An exciting read

An excellent follow up to the first book and it reveals a lot more about the characters, their relationships and the war with the daemons. Being mostly a romance novel it's a little light on the action but heavy on the romance and the steamy sex scenes. Well written and very well narrated, it was an enjoyable read/listen and I look forward to book 3.