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I really liked this first book. It has sci-fi elements to go a long with the paranormal aspects of a world 100 years away. Here all the monsters we know about as fantasy, like vampires and werewolves, are real. They get around in intelligent cars, and work together to solve paranormal crimes. In a way, this is the anti-monster hunters international, by Larry Correia fame. Here, the monsters legally hunt humans and monsters alike when a crime has been committed. So, I guess it might even have a feel sot of like the TV show Grimm, but I never watched that, so it is just speculation.
A case gets dropped into the laps of two feshly partnered Paras. One, a vampire, and the other a werewolf. he vamp doesn't trust the wolf because her family was slaughtered by werewolves, and guess the partner's connection to the crime. Yep, he's connected to those who did the killing, only she doesn't know that. She doesn't trust him at all, and this new case really puts a strain on the pair.
Downing is good as the narrator, but there were a few spots where her narration seemed spotty, alomost like she started a sentence, flubbed it, and over dubbed. Maybe that is just how she speaks, but Iheard it enough to be jolting. So, I cut one star from her performance. Sorry, Sallie. Otherwise, she does a fine job, and embodies the characters well.
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It took me a bit to get into this book, but it picked up after a few chapters. Once it picked up, I really enjoyed it. I look forward to the next in the series! The narrator is a wonderful narrator, however, her voice or performance didn’t quite match the book and characters for me, she sounded too sweet and nicety nice, as if she should be reading a children’s book. I received a review copy at my request and voluntarily reviewed.
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This audiobook was great The relationship between Lacey and Colton is laid out in perfect detail. The supernatural element was almost irrelevant, the characters became so human in my eyes! Even during slow moments, the characters kept the story interesting,