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Alex and friends are still battling Evil (with a capital E) and now have an FBI "Special Unit" after them. Not only direct threats but now we see a threat of betrayal by one of their own. Things that were hinted at in the first book become solid plot elements. Alex and Lorelei's "flash backs" give the author a chance to flex his story telling muscles in other worlds. The angel politics are still entertaining. Even with all the people out to get our heroes, they still manage to get in sexy times. And Tess Irondale's voice acting was first rate and added a lot to the story.
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Most men are more romantic than women give credit, and this series is about ultimate romance and total commitment regardless anything else. It is the discovery and rediscovery of true love, albeit in exciting and stressful situations. Tess’ soft and intimate whispers binds the story and makes it real.
This is the only series of audible books I fully intend to listen to again.
was'nt as keen on it as the first. i found the swiching to so many characters off-putting. some of thos chapters could be skipped without any impact upon the story and i've found that the vampires and werewolves are severely underdeveloped as races. though more time was spent on then in this book, i found them far to cardboard to care much about their history or impact. alex grew to a new level of awsome though, so i can't say i regret reading this one. all in all it was a bit to convoluted and housed a few too many plot points for me. i may listen to it again but i'd end up skipping to the good parts.
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Would you try another book written by Elliott Kay or narrated by Tess Irondale?
I like the narrators voice, thank god it was not a males for this and the previous book - for me at least, that would have been too much.
Less sex scenes in this book, but the angel is really getting on my nerves. NO ONE talks like that, let alone a what, angsty angel?
Any additional comments?
Bit better than the first book, but still probably not really worth the $