Fire Lord's Assistant

  • by Kit Tunstall, Aurelia Skye
  • Narrated by Sara Morsey
  • 3 hrs and 31 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Alien Immigration and Integration Department monitors activities of aliens living on Earth while hiding their presence among us.
Junior AIID agent Lauren Sage is unexpectedly thrust into the biggest case the Department's had in years. She's sent to work undercover as the assistant on Kerr Dracos's stage act. He's created a home for displaced aliens from all over the galaxy, recreating an old-fashioned sideshow in the Grotesquerie. Humans think it's an illusion, remaining unaware the "freaks" in the show are actually aliens living among them. But someone is using the show as a way to sell illegal and dangerous alien technology. Kerr's brother has been implicated, and he wants the truth to clear Kex. She wants to solve the case and stop dangerous weapons from getting into the hands of amoral thugs. They have a common goal, but that isn't their only connection. Their chemistry is scorching, and his nightly fire performances aren't the only thing heating up between them.


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5 Star Story To Me

I got this book via audiobook boom. I loved this story, especially the ending. I loved how the authors wove the love into the story without all of the angst involved. So many attempts on Lauren's life and each time Kerr was there to save her. Each was told in such a manner that you just wanted to see what would happen next. I knew that there was something strange about Lauren's partner from the beginning but what finally happened was unexpected. The hallmark of a good story. The narration was spot on in every scene.
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I was provided this audiobook through Audiobook Boom at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review.

Slow start but worth the wait as it's under four hours long. Totally loved them but wished there was a better explanation or some defining interactions that validated the strong chemistry between Kerr and Lauren. Being the romantic hussy that I am, I was disappointed that Kerr's physical description and actions were somewhat lacking.

Narrator did a good job although her voice seemed "old" for them.

One Thumb and a Waggled Thumb ;)

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- sheryl beauchemin

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-10-2016
  • Publisher: Amourisa Press