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New York City's streets are more dangerous than ever with the leaderless Order of Adrasteia and the Ikelos Coalition, a newly emerged Therian group, at war. Innocent civilians are caught in the crossfire and although the THIRDS round up more and more members of the Order in the hopes of keeping the volatile group from reorganizing, the members of the Coalition continue to escape and wreak havoc in the name of vigilante justice.
Worse yet, someone inside the THIRDS has been feeding the Coalition information. It's up to Destructive Delta to draw out the mole and put an end to the war before anyone else gets hurt. But to get the job done, the team will have to work through the aftereffects of the Therian Youth Center bombing. A skirmish with Coalition members leads Agent Dexter J. Daley to a shocking discovery and suddenly it becomes clear that the random violence isn't so random. There's more going on than Dex and Sloane originally believed, and their fiery partnership is put to the test. As the case takes an explosive turn, Dex and Sloane are in danger of losing more than their relationship.
©2014 Charlie Cochet (P)2015 Dreamspinner Press
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4 out of 5 stars
By Belen on 01-24-16

Mark Westfield Rocks This Series!

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I absolutely love and adore Mark Westfield’s narration of this series! To me, it’s Westfield’s narration that makes this series shine.

Things I enjoyed about the book:

1. Getting to see the progression of the Sloane and Dex’s relationship. Finally getting to see Sloane remove his head from his ass and recognize what he has in Dex was awesome.

2. The humor. Once again, it was the humor, and in many cases with this particular story, it was only the humor that kept me from throwing my Kindle out the window.

3. The audio narration. Mark Westfield does a really good job bringing the characters and situations to life. I enjoyed his narration just as much this time, and it’s his narration that keeps me going.

Things that drove me nuts?

1. How do I keep figuring out the bad guy? I am probably the most oblivious person you will ever meet. Seriously. So I find it absolutely tragic that I have figured out who the bad guy is in each of these “mysteries” only a couple chapters in. That’s just sad.

2. Sloane, and then Ash’s, whole “I’m so broken because of tragic things in my past, so therefore you’re better off without me” bull****. I just can’t. The whole thing between Ash and Cael? I was so hoping Cael would kick Ash in the nuts. In. The. Nuts.

3. And then…and then! There’s a part that had me literally writhing on my chair with rage and disbelief – I won’t spoil it – but it had me CRAZY. Ok? CRAZY. So I found it totally implausible Dex would only tell Sloane, and not say something to Tony. Then I found it COMPLETELY impossible that Sloane would do…absolutely nothing. He barely even has a conversation about it. I cannot even. Worst soldier/cops ever.

Sloane doesn’t even follow up until the following day (or was it days?) later! And then Sloane does nothing. Sloane and Dex don’t tell the team? Putting everyone in jeopardy? What the hell?

AND THEN…the cliffhanger? The one that even I could see coming a mile away and without spoilers?

But…BUT! What can I say? This series is full of humor, action, suspense, and sexy times. Couple all of that with Mark Westfield’s narrative delivery, and I’m hooked!
Fans of the series won’t be disappointed with this installment. And I freely admit I can’t wait to get my hands on the next audio book in the series.

RECOMMENDED!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Donald on 11-25-17

Better and better...

Keep falling more and more in love with Dex and Sloan...now we can add Ash to the list. The series keeps getting better and better...Cochet is great and Westfield is phenomenal.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Pollypo on 03-24-15

Another fantastic audiobook from Charlie Cochet

What made the experience of listening to Rack & Ruin the most enjoyable?

The story line and the fun and suspense makes keeps you entertained. Mark Westfield brings the book to life.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Broody Bear Brodie

Have you listened to any of Mark Westfield’s other performances? How does this one compare?

Mark Westfield always understands the characters but in the Thirds series he brings the character's alive.

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

I listen to this book in one sitting and then again the next day.

Any additional comments?

Each of these books in the series are well worth listening too over and over again.

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5 out of 5 stars
By JillB on 12-22-16

Another great THIRDS story

Charlie Cochet is on good form with a well told conspiracy facing the Destructive Delta team as they battle a vigilante group of Therians exacting revenge on humans responsible for violence against Therians in the riots of the 80s. Added to that, they have a traitor in their ranks giving the vigilantes help; Dex scares Sloane; Dex says the 'L' word and Ash hurts Cael.
The narration was good, but odd words were emphasised that made it a bit irritating, almost as if the narrator was trying too hard. In comparison to the previous novels it sounded less natural. It was still good, but I got the feeling he'd forgotten how he'd narrated the others.
For all that, I still enjoyed it and will listen to it again & I've bought the other audio books in the series so I would recommend it.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Ryan S on 03-01-16

good story, good action characters

I thought the strength of the series was the development of the characters as they interacted with the 'page turner" story. Although to me the physical relationships between the main characters did not seem to be as "real" as they could have been. Alpha, action males being wrapped up with "pink bows", becoming submissive did not "gel" with me, maybe versatility would enhance the type of characters developed in the story?
To me it was an enjoyable series, I recommend it, but a bit of a "Voinov, L.C. Chase, R.J. Scott, L.A. Witt" would have added to the complexity, layers to the characters physical relationships, taking it to the next level for me.

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