Haunted by memories of her past, Amethyst Lakes left her home to come to Edenton. She was ready to start a new life on her own after being stalked relentlessly. Hayden Hunter is too busy being sheriff to take interest in a woman. That is until his officer drags Amethyst into his life. For the first time he wants to protect and claim. There's instant attraction between the two, but Amethyst isn’t ready for anyone since she found out her ex killed himself after she sent him away for good. Preston has always protected Amethyst, and when he finds out something of legend and nightmares is coming for her, he’ll do everything he can to keep her safe. Amethyst is either the catalyst to bring nightmares fully into this realm or the one to end them. Can she find the power to stop the darkness, or will she wind up its prey? Pretty little nymph, suspicious but sexy earth fae, cocky mage, and a nightmare of old.
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The voice made me crindge right through the story
After this performance I'm not sure.
It was OK nothing amazing to speak about kind of a let down after In too deep, I found the main Character really lacked confidence and really didn't improve even at the end, normally a character grows as they take their journey Amethyst did not. I found her lacking any strength and just really unbelievable. Haden's character also was disappointing as the hard assed sheriff wasn't even preforming his duties properly and turns into some dirty little prep boy. Some may enjoy this story I was not impressed, it sounded so promising at the beginning, but not long into it. Sadly disappointing.
Stronger lead character and the voice ARHHH it was so high pitched I really had to listen hard to understand what the character was saying and it was like nails being run across a blackboard.
I do try not to pull a novel apart but just give my honest opinion of what I think of it. Criticisms I give I wish to be taken as constructive and not hurtful.
I have enjoyed other novels from this author and performer and would still recommend them to others.
- Christine Williams
Really bad narration for a decent story.