Broken: A Paranormal Romance

  • by David H. Burton
  • Narrated by Jennifer Knighton
  • 4 hrs and 57 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Three days before her 24th birthday, Katherine Gregory receives a letter from her deceased mother. It details a faery curse in which the eldest child in each generation will die in their 25th year.
Three days before her 24th birthday, a new love interest comes knocking, and her first love has returned. Neither man is what he seems, and Katherine may have to choose between them.
Three days before her 24th birthday, Katherine must decide if this is all real, or if the strange visions she's been having are just a figment of her imagination.
The race to unravel the mystery begins, and Katherine must solve it - for any day after her birthday could be her last.


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Customer Reviews

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Excellent Listen

Where does Broken: A Paranormal Romance rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Not usually a audiobook listener, but I found this book easy to get into as it was being narrated. Quite high in my audiobook ranking so far.

What did you like best about this story?

Light enough that I didn't feel like I needed to go back and reread any passages, but complex enough to hold my interest and attention. The text was extremely well spoken and I found that I had no trouble following along.

What does Jennifer Knighton bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Her voice is perfectly pitched and measured; that carried the narration along at a very respectably clip without feeling rushed.

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

I like to spread out my reading over a few days and I did the same with this story as well.

Any additional comments?

Worth the money. I recommend.

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- Jenna

Nice novella

This was a good novella, just right for a break between longer books.

The story moves at a good pace. The characters aren't deep, but are likeable and consistent.

The story was full of "oh, that makes sense now" moments that I found quite enjoyable. (a big plus for me -- I can be annoyingly observant when it comes to seemingly inconsequential details, and am always delighted when I find out seeming inconsistencies were there for a good reason)

I'll probably purchase other books from this author.

The narrator sounded too young though. I had a hard time remembering this was a 24 year old, not a 16 year old, which was a bit disturbing at times. She was perfectly pleasant to listen to, but seems better suited to young adult fiction.
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- Christina "Chris"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-15-2012
  • Publisher: Stonehenge Press