Creatus Series Boxed Set : Creatus

  • by Carmen DeSousa
  • Narrated by Marcio Catalano
  • Series: Creatus
  • 27 hrs and 38 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Bonus! The Creatus Series Boxed Set now includes the complete five-book series!
For 4000 years, creatus have concealed themselves from the humans who hunted them almost to extinction. Unwittingly, one creatus will endanger them all....
As with most of his family, Derrick Ashton knows his future and what position he's destined to fill within his unique society. Everything changes, however, when he breaks one of his family's strictest laws and falls in love - with a human.
In his quest to protect the woman he can never have, a twist of faith propels him into a new role that will cause dissension among his family and endanger the anonymity that they've spent thousands of years protecting.
Now, he will risk everything to save the girl from humans and his own kind. The one thing he can't save her from, herself.
The Creatus series is not your normal paranormal's a realistic romantic mystery based on the myths you've heard your entire life. Prepare to believe.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Interesting twist

This is a unique idea for all the myths throughout history from vampire to nephlimn to witches and humans. It is missing werewolves but that's ok. There weren't any slow slow parts. At first I was a little bummed that the books went so fast in a story progression it too out what makes a good guy good but also bad. (visa versa with the bad guy having good parts). I can't say it's a romance because any romance happened fast without any satisfying tension. I am glad that there was limited sex scenes because that would have ruined my mental image of each character. I have been looking forward to this book but was too concerned about it based on the "star" reviews. I'm glad I bought it though. It's so much better than the average review.
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- Teresa

The Narration threw me off...alot

This book has a decent plot and likable characters but the narration was terrible! It sounded very unprofessional and the narrator was emphasizing the wrong words and adding punctuation where there shouldn't have been any. Add to that, his constant mispronunciation of words (Lyberry instead of Library- is just one of many examples) and I found myself distracted and frustrated. A lot of characters in this book and not enough character development with rushed outcomes.
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- L. Arbuckle

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-31-2017
  • Publisher: Carmen DeSousa