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Finton is a dark fae Reaper who was betrayed and abused so much before becoming a Reaper that he pushed down all of his feelings and emotions. Cat is a half fae who's magic has been bound since she was a child, so she doesn't know she has magic. Finton sees Cat when she is leaving work. He immediately recognizes what she is and wonders how the Reapers don't already know about her. They become acquainted and their relationship becomes more serious. Finton becomes extremely worried when he finds that Bran is very interested in Cat. There are lots of problems, destruction, fear and romance to follow. Finton's emotions start to emerge as they become more involved. Cat is a very compassionate smart woman. Great series.
This was much better than the last Reapers book. I really liked Fintan and Cat. Fintan had closed off ANY kind of feelings over thousands of years and Cat taught him to feel again. And Cat thought she didn’t have any magic, which she had a lot of. I’m still getting tired of Bran, though. I mean, really, he has to get away in every book? That makes the Reapers look a little worthless, IMO. They all keep trying to kill him by stabbing him. Why doesn’t someone just cut his head off? Time to put an end to him and find a new storyline.
And it’s time to find a male narrator OR stop bringing the Dragon Kings into the Reaper books, too. Or, maybe it’s time for me to stop buying the Reaper audibles. The Reapers were all males when the series started so why was a woman chosen as a narrator? Doesn’t make a bit of sense. A DRAGON that sounds womanly is horrible.
The overall story was wonderful but the narrator and Bran have to go. Again, IMO. I absolutely love the Reapers but this story is getting old. Ya', gotta change it up now and then or you lose readers.
There is explicit sex in this story, as usual, and the F-bomb was used 2 times.
As to the narration: Victoria McGloven simply cannot narrate. Since 2012 she’s narrated 8 books so that should tell you something. She never, ever laughs when the book calls for it and she only whispers occasionally. She does woman’s voices great but that’s not who she should be doing better at. The men’s voices are still terrible. Isn’t Victoria McGloven reading reviews of other female narrators, to see what people are saying about them? There are some fantastic female readers and it would behoove Ms. McGloven to listen to some of them. Katherine Kellgren, Tanya Eby, Sophie Eastlake, Mary Jane Wells, Ashford McNab, to name a few.
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