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Ayden's suburban home was invaded by a pack of Lycans.
The brutal attack is the only memory she carries of her former life.
Now, one motive burns in her soul: Kill them all.
The Sons of Wrath - a brood of vengeance-dealing warrior demons - band with Ayden to hunt the Lycans on Detroit's most deadly feeding grounds.
Kane Walker should've been her easiest kill.
Unfortunately, the newly bitten Lycan has something she wants - clues that may finally lay her past to rest. To reach them, she must be willing to submit to the sensual pleasures awakened by his touch.
Time is running out.
In seven days, Kane will become what Ayden despises most. She can halt his transformation but the antidote requires the ultimate sacrifice. As the beast takes hold, Kane becomes more of a threat.
Ayden must choose between her lust for revenge, or surrender to her enemy and discover a horrible truth.
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By kgagnon on 06-26-17
Exciting start to this series!
This was an exciting start to this series. The characters were fierce, intriguing, and witty. The setup to this story was a bit slow for me but once it got rolling it only continued to pick up speed and become more exhilarating. It was fast paced and the twists and turns kept me totally engaged. The narrator, Jarman Day-Bohn, did a fabulous job! I loved his voice and the changes he produced for each character were amazing. He made the whole experience more compelling. I must say that even tho I liked many of the characters, Kane Walker was my favorite! He was so funny, kind and genuine. I really enjoyed this thrilling and sexy romance and look forward to more from these sexy Sons of Wrath!
By Buzy_reading on 06-15-17
Narration about Lycans, wolves, and demons.
The narrator's ability to impersonate several characters voices was ok. I would have preferred multiple narrators to help assist with the voices of the female characters. Jarman's voice was not suitable for female characters. I'm glad I had an opportunity to listen to the audio version rather than read the book myself. I listened and followed along simultaneously. There were a few mistakes with the use of incorrect words and a few skipped over scenes.