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Publisher's Summary

From author Jaymin Eve comes a new chapter in the Supernatural Prison World....
Maximus Compass is a vampire without direction. Without heart. And without soul. He lost his true mate in the great battle against the dragon king, and now must face life alone.
And yet something is happening to his agony. It's fading away, leaving him with barely a memory of the female he believed to be his one and only.
As his mind clears he starts to wonder if the mate bond had been nothing more than a manufactured ploy. This suspicion explodes within him right around the time he runs back into a certain wolf shifter.
Mischa Lebron is a complication he doesn't need in his life. He can't erase her from his mind though, and while memories of his supposed true mate continue to fade into mere shadows, his one night with Mischa is blazingly strong. But they're not of the same supernatural race, so there's no way for a true bond to exist between them.
When an old threat rips apart their pack, Maximus will come to realize that he would do anything to save Mischa. That the mate he thought was perfect and precious was nothing on the shifter he walked away from. Now Maximus truly has everything to lose.
©2016 Jaymin Eve (P)2016 Jaymin Eve
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By r.e. on 01-17-17

love the story, readers poor

love the story, ongoing from the previous series, however narration was really lame. wierd emphasis and tone. if I'd didn't like the story so much I would have quit. hope the author continues on with the the other two C and maybe Louis?

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8 of 8 people found this review helpful

By Kindle Customer on 12-09-16

I like the story can't wait for the next book

the guy reading needed to put emotion or something it sounds cold and not good

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7 of 7 people found this review helpful

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By Amazon Customer on 08-23-17

brilliant story again

loved it, if you haven't read theses books go for it ,you can read them in order or stand alone, my choice in order, strong women lots of action what's not to like.

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By Patricia on 03-17-17

Not good

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

I can't think of what could have helped.

Has Broken Compass put you off other books in this genre?

Genre, no but series and author - definitely. I won't download something with these narrators again.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

The male narrator's voice did not match the character's description. He has a soft feminine tone that even when he tried to deepen his voice, it didn't last. And he accentuated all words too much. The woman had a strange lilt to the end of her sentences, I'm not sure what accent she was supposed to be.

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By Carol on 01-08-17

Lack consistency and a good story line

i really detest where the dual narrators dont work together. They each read their chapters in their own style and mannerisms for various characters but it is different for each narrator . it is just really annoying and lack consistency.
Why can't they work together and the male does all the male voices and the female does all the female voices.
However. the audible wasn't as bad as some dual or even single readers.
The story line was good but it was padded out with so much "I love you" and "woe is me" references that Iit was sickening sweet.

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