Single mom Rachel Hunter has not one second to spare in her day between rearing two daughters, running a thriving goat farm, and keeping tabs on her eccentric brother. Not to mention an ex-husband who's in prison for murder and a local gang leader harassing her at every turn! Then a gorgeous, tattooed man crashes into her fence and she finds out exactly what it means to have her hands full.
Pruxnae Dyuvad ab Mhij is sent to Earth by a mysterious Net telepath to protect a young girl, from what, the 'path doesn't say. He arrives at the girl's home expecting the worst, and is greeted by the young girl's mother, a honey-haired, plain spoken temptress whose mountain fortitude makes her a perfect candidate for the Choosing.
Dyuvad's first duty is to his mission, protecting a young girl from dangers unknown. It doesn't take long for the danger to become apparent, however, and soon, he and Rachel are embroiled in a reckless game led by a man who will stop at nothing to control Rachel and her children.
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A must litsen after The Choosing
I have recommended one of the prior books of this series, The Choosing, to a few friends, and now I have definitely to recommend this one. It begins as a fork in the story of the choosing, which is what drew me to get it in the first place. The pace is different, but still has the same charm of The Choosing that I enjoyed so much.
The wilds by Donna Augustine, for two main reasons. The pacing and the dynamic of the characters are both very engaging and though the themes are not as related to one another, they both have characters with a lot of depth and excellent narration
Paul Brian was a new narrator for me, and he had a bit of a rough start, but he seemed to get into the story half way through. Angel Clark is among my favorite narrators and more often than not I chose audio books based first on her being the narrator, and secondly the topic.
I listened to this book in a single sitting, while I worked and took care of some things. I don't think i would have wanted to pause it. I really wanted to know what would happen from scene to scene.
- Kindle Customer
Not very alien, but nicely done.
- Irene M. Timm