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From New York Times bestselling author Christina Dodd comes the second book of Darkness Chosen, a seductive series about an ancient, dark evil that lives in the modern world...

Handsome, powerful Rurik Wilder battles darkness - the darkness without and the darkness within. He possesses the power to transform himself into a fierce bird of prey, and that gift has caused death and destruction. At last he is offered the chance to redeem himself and break the evil pact that has held his family in thrall for centuries. Only one woman stands in his way - Tasya Hunnicutt, a writer determined to wreak revenge on the assassins who murdered her family. Assassins, it’s been rumored, who have powers no human should ever possess...

©2007 Christina Dodd. (P)2021 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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One of my all time favorite audiobooks is Scent of Darkness, the first in the Wilder series. I listened to it for the first time several years ago when I purchased it from Audible. At that time, I read the remaining books in the series. Over time I listened to all the books, tho I didn't purchase them. The narrator I grew to love (for all of them) was Richard Ferrone. I recently decided to add the rest of the series to my audio library, only to learn Audible no longer offers the Richard Ferrone narration. The narrator they do offers female and horrible. Gone are the rich rolling voices of the Wilder men, replaced by whiny high-pitched pseudo male voices. The new narrator also gives Zorana a strong accent, even tho in the first book it's mentioned that she has barely any accent since she's lived in the states for so long. So sad that they had to redo these books and couldn't find a better narrator.