Unleash Me, Volume 3 : Unleash Me

  • by Christina Ross
  • Narrated by Reba Buhr
  • Series: Unleash Me
  • 4 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A threat. An assault. An abduction.
And one massive twist!
With Lisa Ward’s life now fully on the line, the question remains - who wants her dead? Is it her ex-boyfriend, Kevin, a homeless drunk addicted to meth? Or is it her former editor, Marco Boss, who has been cast to the bitter edges of revenge due to his firing? Or because of Lisa’s rising fame - and all the pitfalls that come with it - could it be something else entirely?
In this final volume of the "Unleash Me" series, nothing is what it seems. Surprises are at every turn. Some might think they know who has threatened Lisa, but they’ll guess again. And when they do guess, they’ll never believe the reasons why she's wanted dead. Nobody will see that.
As the twists turn and Lisa’s world darkens, her life is thrown off balance in ways that send her into a fiery whirlwind of the unknown. Will she survive? Will Tank survive? Or will one of them die so the other can live?
In "Unleash Me," clichés are tossed aside in an effort to leave readers breathless - and, in the end, speechless.
This is the final audiobook in the Unleash Me series. "Annihilate Me 2" will be the next series from Christina Ross! Note: You must listen to Volumes 1 and 2 before listening this final volume.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Series takes a weird turn and never comes back

"Series not recommended if your using credits"
I used Amazon Unlimited to purchase a discounted audio of each book in the series. In the mini series book scam this is series maybe should have barely been 2 books.There is a lot of filler and not story in these books.
This book frustrated me to no end. I understand not wanting to be predictable but the story just doesn't flow for me. It like the third book goes to another series. I guess you can do that when you break the book up into separate parts. Not to mention that the basement/fire stuff took way too long. Also Lisa seems to mentions her parents favorably but they never seem to come to mind when she's going through major stuff. The won't be so bad but since she's always loving people for this and that it sticks out to me.There's not really any story there that makes me want her and Tank to work out actually their relationship is pretty boring. Lisa is just annoying which sucks because I really kind of liked her in Annihilate Me.
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- Crystalew

very funny

loved the humor! while the characters are definately more upscale than myself I felt a connection to the characters & I loved the dry humor.
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- Anita

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-22-2014
  • Publisher: 5th Avenue Productions, Inc.