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Publisher's Summary

Policing relations between Heaven, Hell, and Earth is messy and violent, but Elise Kavanagh and James Faulkner excelled at it - until coming across a job so brutal that even they couldn't stand to see one more dead body. Now they've been pretending to be normal for five years, leaving their horrific history a dark secret. Elise works in an office. James owns a business. None of their friends realize they used to be one of the world's best killing teams.
After years of hiding, something stirs. Bodies are vanishing. Demons scurry in the shadows of the night. A child has been possessed. Some enemies aren't willing to let the secrets of the past stay dead…
©2011 S.M. Reine (P)2013 S.M. Reine
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By KK on 07-06-15

narration, not so good

While an enjoyable enough story line, the narrator's style was way too drawn out (and ends her words harshly). For me, it was impossible to listen as released. After taking time to download (no speed adjustment for streaming) I listed to it 1.5 faster. Whew, that's better!

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By Amy Obermayer on 08-01-14

Narration spoiled the book

Would you try another book from SM Reine and/or Saskia Maarleveld?

I would try another book by this author but have made a note never to buy another book narrated by Saskia Maarleveid. Her habit of drawing out the ends of so many words was distracting and annoying. The narration made it very hard to follow the story.

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