Amia Grace has always escaped into the abandoned graveyard to write, no clue why she's drawn here of all places. Lately, it's the only place that the feeling of being watched doesn't overwhelm her. Everything in her life on track, until she meets Gage McGavin.
There's something about him that creates a riot of emotions that Amia can't quite place her finger on. One moment she wants him, the next she wants to run scared.
Gage only wants Amia for one reason. Her power.
He knows that she's more than just a writer. More than just a girl.
She's the future, and he plans on controlling that.
Until his brother enters the picture. Hunter has a goal of his own.
Amia will be his.
What do you do when your soul isn't completely your own?
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EXCELLENT PREMISE, THOUGH THE PACE WAS STOP AND GO
I was provided this audiobook through Audiobook Boom at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review.
I wasn't sure I'd be able to listen to all of it by the gravely voice that started the audio. Fortunately, that was only a small bit of narration.
The writing had it's ups and downs. I had to change my mental image of Amia couple times. She began as the "I'm not hot, I'm a nerdy girl" but that didn't carry through. As soon as her relationship(s) began, there was no more self-doubt... or nerdiness, or even wearing glasses, and her writing deadline didn't seem to matter any more.
Then the storyline got good. New twist with Vampire Soul-mates. Two brothers competing for the same girl. One evil, one good. Both good kissers. I was disappointed at Gage's quick reveal of his true nature... I would have liked him to be a bit more tempting and Amia being more confused over the two. But, alas, it's a short book.
The ending came fast. Amia has a revealing of power and an understanding of position that goes by lightning fast. Like, "I'm not totally sure I understand what it all means," -fast. But the characters seem to understand their positions, and hers. There's a soft HEA with the epilogue dedicated to the villain and a glimmer into his future, and it looks dark.
Back to the narration. Terri England did an appropriate job. Comme ci, comme ca. She has a country lilt, admittedly appropriate for the demographics, but somehow it was too lazy(?) and gravely for male vampires (IMO). Good female—Bad male vocals.
ONE THUMB UP with a Big Smile!
- sheryl beauchemin
I want more!
- DAulan Collins