• by Acacia Awai
  • Narrated by Matt Armstrong
  • 13 hrs and 10 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Vivian Blue had always been a little different. She had no idea how different until Hatch Lancaster, a wealthy, handsome, and mysterious man, enters her life on a secret mission. Within a short time, Hatch becomes her boss, her friend, and the man who haunts her heart and her dreams. With Hatch's help, Blue begins to uncover truths about herself and her past, and soon discovers that nothing in her life is as it appears to be.
Surrounded by subterfuge and unidentified danger, Blue is left with Hatch as her only protection and defense. As she turns to Hatch for protection, however, she begins to wonder whether the danger comes from the secrets in her past or from Hatch himself.
A truly powerful dragon, Hatch is torn between his growing attraction to Blue, his responsibilities to his homeland, and perhaps most importantly, the future of dragonkind.
The debut novel by author Acaica Awai, Scales is a new and modern take on the legend of dragons and dragonkind, reinventing the mythology surrounding these fantastic creatures. Set against the backdrop of beautiful Maui, Hawaii, Scales introduces readers to a new world of adventure, excitement, and romance.


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Customer Reviews

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A New Take on Dragons

While the setting is beautiful and bought back some memories of Maui, it made the story enjoyable. However, the story was very slow moving and the ending didn't resolve anything. We still don't know to what extent Blue is a dragon and if she will be able to master her abilities. We have an idea who wants her dead/captured but not for sure or what their agenda is. In other words we were left hanging with a lot of unanswered questions.
I am not sure if I will invest in the sequel if there is to be one. Hatch and Blue were very likeable characters but I am not that invested in their resolution at this point.
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- Maria

Can't wait for the next book

Would you consider the audio edition of Scales to be better than the print version?

I brought the audible version because I could listen to it in the car. I can't drive and read at the same time. lol.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes I listened it in the car and then took my ipod inside and listened to the end of it when doing housework. Loved the story and even looked online to see if the author had any other books published either in ebook or audible book format. Can't wait for the next book in the series.

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- Tania

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-31-2012
  • Publisher: Open Book Audio