Eternal Echoes

  • by Anastasia Virgas
  • Narrated by Sarah E. Purdum
  • 7 hrs and 22 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Ariston Dago is a sentry - a protector for his people. He watches the waters of his territory, keeping his god and his race safe both above and below the murky depths around Venice, Italy. When he's compelled to save a human that falls from a transport, his life is forever changed, because the human he saves, Teagan Moss, is his mate - the first human to ever mate a Dagonite.
Teagan Moss is the kind of woman to shoot first and then question the body later. When she wakes with a Hydro bomb strapped to her body, she knows someone is going to pay for trying to kill her - and that she is going to need the help of the sexy, exotic Dagonite to find out who exactly needs that bullet in their brain. What she doesn't count on is the scorching attraction she feels for the male who is so certain she is his.
Thrust into solving the mystery surrounding the attempt on his mate's life, Ari and Teagan uncover more than the answers they are looking for. And the truths they unearth could send the world into another war.


See More Like This

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Never Knew Cephalopods could be so sexy!

I will admit to a little doubt in the beginning. The history lesson at the start had me thinking that this wasn't the kind of book I was hoping it would be but I kept with it. I'm so glad that I did! What a wild ride! Teagan and Ari have got to be the hottest trans-species couple on the planet!
I wasn't too sure about the narrator at first, either but her ability to make the characters come to life was amazing! Great read! I will definitely look for more from this author.
Read full review

- ILoveBooksSue

Very unique story, can't wait to read/hear more

I enjoyed the story of Teaganand Ari that Anastasia told with this book. It took me a few chapters to get used to the narration style of Ms Purdum but once I did, I couldn't remember why it did. I love the idea of a future where the gods of old are back again with various groups of species that are human but extra because of their beliefs. The ultra conservative fringe organization was very believable because it's such a human thing. I will be getting book two next pay period to see what happens to the other members of Teagan's family that Daigo mentioned were holy.
Read full review

- Shannan Neff

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-14-2015
  • Publisher: Anastasia Virgas