Hood Misfits, Volume 4 : Hood Misfits

  • by Brick, Storm
  • Narrated by Jules Williamson, Ross Stills, Mercedes Gold, Morae Brehon
  • Series: Hood Misfits
  • 9 hrs and 10 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Enzo and Angel are back and this time with a vengeance.
Micah was hell-bent on forcing their hands and pushing them back into the lifestyle they'd left behind after Damien Orlando's demise. With time ticking away along with Enzo's desire to keep his career and family intact, he will become the monster Micah accused him of being.
Enzo will embrace the darkness that flows freely through his veins and make Micah rue the day he awakened the sleeping giant. With Angel by his side, she's ready to be everything he needs in order to keep Micah at bay. But what will happen when Angel learns that Enzo came from the very same monster she thought was long behind her? Will she be able to see Shawn for who he is, or will demons of the past cause her to run?
Micah has one agenda: Get revenge on the man who ripped his family apart. Sometimes the sins of the father will be visited upon the children, and Micah intends to make all of them pay. There's just one problem: Enzo comes from two different royal bloodlines, and neither will see the heir to its throne fall at the hands of a man such as Micah. When fame, money, and status are what Enzo and Angel need to survive, just how far will they go to keep hell in their rearview?
In war, sometimes blood is all that can save you. Shawn "Enzo" Banks and Bianca "Angel" Smith will find this out the hard way.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

An okay read

I'm a huge fan of this series. Volume One was epic. Two followed. However with three I was a bit bored with it but it was still good. I felt this book was dragged on. I'm not saying it was a bad book but it just didn't quite do it for me. This book started off very good but it just got boring. I found myself fast forwarding through most of this book saying "get to the point". There was just to much going on in this book. It was all over the place. Hard to keep up with the new characters. I had to go back to figure out who is who. This one was just not it.

The narrators did an amazing job as usual. Bringing each character to life as well as the story. Great job!!
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- Diamonique

hard to follow

I normally enjoy Carl Weber book but this one was a little chaotic hard to follow.
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- maria mcfadden

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-26-2016
  • Publisher: Recorded Books