• by Christy Barritt
  • Narrated by Carly Robins
  • 7 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Nikki Wright is desperate to help her brother, Bobby, who hasn't been the same since escaping from a detainment camp run by terrorists in Colombia. Rumor has it that he betrayed his navy brothers and conspired with those who held him hostage, and both the press and the military are hounding him for answers. All Nikki wants is to shield her brother so he has time to recover and heal.
But soon they realize the paparazzi are the least of their worries. When a group of men try to abduct Nikki and her brother, Bobby insists that Kade Wheaton, another former SEAL, can keep them out of harm's way. But can Nikki trust Kade? After all, the man who broke her heart eight years ago is anything but safe....
Hiding out in a farmhouse on the Chesapeake Bay, Nikki finds her loyalties - and the remnants of her long-held faith - tested as she and Kade put aside their differences to keep Bobby's increasingly erratic behavior under wraps. But when Bobby disappears, Nikki will have to trust Kade completely if she wants to uncover the truth about a rumored conspiracy. Nikki's life - and the fate of the nation - depends on it.


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Customer Reviews

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I enjoyed this book

What did you love best about Disillusioned?

It was a fairly suspenseful read. I appreciated that there wasn't any foul language in it.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Disillusioned?

The ending.

What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?

Nikki's voice was good and Carly Robins did a good job, however, I hated it when she played the male voices. It always sounded like a woman trying to sound like a man and made it hard for me to tell who was speaking in the story.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?


Any additional comments?

Other than wishing they had a male voice for the male parts, I thought it was a good mystery.

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- Alice Smith "alicesmith@amerion.com"

ugh too religious

I wish religious books were more clearly marked. chapter 5 it became so religious that I couldn't go on. the desire to force Christianity down out throats everywhere is frustrating
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- Amazon Customer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-09-2016
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio