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Ahia has lived for thousands of years with the Alaskan natives and werewolves, told that she's a Nephilim and must stay hidden lest the angels find and kill her. But when interdimensional rifts begin opening up throughout Alaska, swallowing humans and spitting out dangerous monsters, the angels are the only beings who can help.
Of course the angel they send is smoking hot, and demands she assist him in closing the rifts. Far from the stern, enforcer of rules, this angel is fun and flirty, tempting Ahia to drag this project out far longer than she should.
But when one of the rifts takes the local Alpha as well as a group of humans, the situation becomes urgent. Ahia will need to risk everything - her life, her heart, and all she's believed true to bring them home, because whatever the angels might call her, she won't abandon those who trust her to keep them safe.
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By Kim on 06-13-18
This book is funny, sexy, captivating and all around just a good book! You can read this book with the series or on its own - you will understand what's going on if you choose on its own.
Debra Dunbar is one of my top authors and she doesn't disappoint. This book is great. The story line keeps you paying attention. I had to force my self to stop listening to it at midnight otherwise I would have been up all night!
The narration is awesome as well. Smooth and easy to listen to. I love Angela's voice - very sexy.
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By Book addict on 05-24-18
Good - but not as great as the other Imp series
This was worth a listen and I enjoyed it, but some bits needed some work. The Brent sections were a bit waffly and boring and the story overall could have been expanded on a bit more. The narration came across a bit flatter than Angela Rysk’s normal standard, as if she hadn’t read the story enough to really know the story and emphasise the words in the most engaging way. The Imp series is simply fantastic so it’s difficult to stand up to that comparison, but it was still an enjoyable credit spent.
By Farnham_red on 11-22-17
An Enjoyable Easy to Listen to Story
This book is a spinoff from the main Imp series and although it could be read stand alone I wouldn't recommend it, too much background would be lost.
This is basically a feel good paranormal romance between the Archangel Raphael - who we have grown to know and like in the main Imp series and a forbidden "nephilim" who of course is risking her life being seen etc
I have a feeling the romance is really the theme and a plot was derived to put the two together, rather than having a great plot where romance develops naturally.
That said there is a plot and its not a bad one though it did seem a bit rushed at the end and leaves quite a few unanswered questions - there could easily be a sequel or the relationship may swing back into the main series Sam and Ahia would get along like a house on fire literally!
There is some fairly descriptive bedroom action but nothing beyond found in other Imp books
Angela Rysk does a decent job in narration but she isnt one of my favourites. I'm used to her style now though and its hard to imagine anyone else doing these books
Not the best Imp world book by any means but I still enjoyed it