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Pray for daylight...
Murder has pulled Mira out of the shadows and back into the living world...
As the fire-wielding enforcer of the nightwalker coven wrestles with the mind-destroying ghosts of her dark past, the slaying of a senator's daughter in Savannah threatens to expose her kind to the brilliant light of day. The dawn of chaos has come. The naturi have broken free of their eternal prison to feed on the defenseless and unbelieving of an unprepared Earth.
Mira and Danaus - vampire and vampire slayer - must unite to prevent the annihilation of their separate races. But for Danaus the challenge is intensified, for he must also fight the bori who covets his soul. And Mira, the nightwalker he must protect - whose power is the Earth's last hope - is rapidly going insane.
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By Stacey on 09-16-12
Interesting listen but monotonous at the end
First of all, can I just say the Todd McLaren's voice is warm decadent liquid chocolate. I really wish I could hear him read erotica. Another reader said that not much happened in the story and she was right. For the time I spent listening, Todd's voice is what kept me going. I liked that this is from (Danaeous' (male's ) perspective vs. Mira's perspective. But really, nothing happened worth noting. The end got a little long and monotonous with person after person being inhabited by the evil demon and the yelling by everyone just made me roll my eyes. Near the end, I wished that they could all be put out of their misery--quickly so they would all stop yelling... I am sure that you could skip this book and still not miss anything from the series. But really, Todd's voice....yum.
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By Kindle Customer on 11-10-17
I had bought the first book in the series on sale quite some time ago but only recently listened to it. I enjoyed it enough to buy the next 2 books even though the narrator was different. The 4th book in the series was ruined for me by the narrator who doesn’t even pronounce the other lead character’s name consistently. His performance of female characters was abysmal. Even though someone else narrates the final book in the series, his performance made all the characters seem so annoying that I don’t care what ultimately happens to the characters.