Dark Secrets

  • by Leeah Taylor
  • Narrated by Lori J. Moran
  • 7 hrs and 27 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

What happens when everything you thought you knew was a lie?
That's exactly what William must face when he meets Becca one night in a local bar. Sure that he knows her, William digs deeper for information by returning to the Bottom. His curiosity, though, reveals 20 years of lies, secrets and betrayal, all at the hands of his parents.
William is thrust back into the world of vampires, conjurers and wolves when Becca is taken by an old enemy. And as a family is reunited and truths revealed, William is faced with a legacy that will change everything he thought he knew about himself, his father and the world he came from.
All that matters, though, is his growing affection for Becca. A bond forged at birth and reignited as they discover who they are and what they are meant for. And as they do, they will awaken the heir and heiress within them. Setting into motion their legacy to once again rule the Bottom World.
But first, they must die before they can live.

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Deep Dark Secrets

I got this book via audiobook boom. The secrets in this story were indeed dark and deep. Two sets of triplets born to be the new rulers of the Bottom. a place where the Others went to after existing alongside humans was no longer viable. Then Victor the villain and his son get into a power play as to who is stronger. While the triplets find out after they are in their early twenties that their parents have lied to them since they were six or seven years old. The narration was very well done except when the narrator said humans. It was said as if there was no h at the beginning of the word. This was consistent throughout the book. Big giant cliffhanger at the end so be prepared. although this was almost 7 hours of listening there is no conclusion. You will have to wait on book 2 to get that.
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- Amazon CustomerBeliever

COMPLEX NEW VAMPIRE WORLD

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This book was given to me for an honest review.
The story is complex with a lot of characters so the first half was confusing but once the secret was revealed, everything fell into place and it rocked. There was magic and blood and parents and new love and sex and enemies and pain and fear and relief and it all ended in a cliffhanger (darn it).
Deserves a two thumbs up!

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- sheryl beauchemin

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-19-2016
  • Publisher: Leeah Taylor