Miss Hyde Novellas
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  • 1
    Hello, My Name is...: A Miss Hyde Novella, Book 1 | Kindra Sowder

    Hello, My Name is...: A Miss Hyde Novella, Book 1

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    • By Kindra Sowder
    • Narrated By Lane Kendrick
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    Blythe McAlister is an ambitious, beautiful, rich, and successful art consultant. She can close a sale in a New York minute, set up a showing of an obscure artist's life works in her spare time, and she always dresses to impress. That's her by day. Like most 20-somethings, she goes out and enjoys the night life and New York City has so much to offer her: booze, dancing, and a close friend. She can attract any man and never goes home alone, but unlike other girls her age, Blythe has a secret.

    Like horror and thrillers this it

    So surprised at the attention to detail and progression of the characters development. Burning desire!

    Reviewed on April 10 2017 by Amazon Customer ()
  • 2
    Pain-Killer: A Miss Hyde Novella, Volume 2 | Kindra Sowder

    Pain-Killer: A Miss Hyde Novella, Volume 2

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 52 mins)
    • By Kindra Sowder
    • Narrated By Lane Kendrick
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    Blythe is intrigued. It would seem that her escapades into darkness are being watched. A painting, a very personal painting, has arrived in her gallery, and the artist seems to know more than she should. A very unforgettable night leads her to realize that her plight into another world that devours flesh and punishes men, will not be an easy one. Or will it?

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