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Publisher's Summary

New York Times best-selling author Keri Arthur received the coveted Romantic Times Career Achievement Award for her urban fantasy tales.
In Darkness Unbound, Risa Jones’ werewolf-and-Aedh lineage allows her to see reapers - supernatural beings that escort the souls of the dead to the afterlife. But when Risa discovers that a practitioner of blood magic is preventing souls from moving on, she knows she must set things right before all hell breaks loose.
©2011 Keri Arthur (P)2012 Recorded Books, LLC
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5 out of 5 stars
By TrueUFReader on 01-15-18

Great narrator, great series!

The narrator is a big deal breaker for me. Even if the story is great, but the narrator is bad, I just cannot listen to the story. I won’t. A good book deserves an equally great narrator. If Saaskia didn’t narrate this series, I probably would’ve given up on it. So glad she’s in all of them! It’s a great series and really sucks you in. I will definitely continue to listen!

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4 out of 5 stars
By Cindy H. on 01-14-18

Darkness Unbound

I liked the story, although it took a while to lay out all the elements before it really got started. What I didn’t like was there was no obvious romance. Even allowing for the story to build in subsequent books, I prefer some feeling behind the sex, not just for it’s own sake. YMMV.

But the narrator wasn’t very good. She started out with an American accent with just a touch of an accent, barely recognizable & by the end of the book she wasn’t even trying anymore, lol. The story takes place in Australia, why should the narrator have an Aussie accent?!
But even overlooking that, her delivery was a little flat, with little voice definition between characters. If you love Keri Arthur, I wouldn’t let that deter you, but I won’t be listening to any more books in this series.

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