Crusade : Crusade Trilogy

  • by Nancy Holder, Debbie Viguie
  • Narrated by Nicola Barber
  • Series: Crusade Trilogy
  • 13 hrs and 15 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The ultimate battle. The ultimate love.
For the past two years, Jenn has lived and trained at Spain's Sacred Heart Academy Against the Cursed Ones. She is among the few who have pledged to defend humanity or die trying. But the vampires are gaining power, and the battle has only just begun.
Forced to return home after death takes a member of her family, Jenn discovers that San Francisco is now a vampire strong-hold. As a lone hunter apart from her team, Jenn is isolated and at risk. She craves the company of her fighting partner, Antonio: his protection, his reassurance, his touch. But a relationship with Antonio comes with its own dangers, and the more they share of themselves, the more Jenn stands to lose.
Then Jenn is betrayed by one who was once bound to protect her, causing her to doubt all she had held as true. To survive, Jenn must find the courage to trust herself - and her heart.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Good but not

This was really hard to listen to. It is a good story and narrator was great. It just keep getting side tracked and I would zone out in places. There is a lot of back story but it weird places in the story. the beginning is very slow. But it is a good story once you get to the end and you want to read to the next book but not in a have to have the next book.
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- Sarah Turner

Poorly read, good story

I was very interested in a vampire story that wasn't the same ilk as The Twilight Saga. This story is fairly good. I liked the use of historic references, of religious activities (pretty much go hand in hand with vampire stories), and the characters were not nearly as shallow as I thought they might be for an action/horror story.

The narrator however, made it hard to me to enjoy. I'm tempted to get the paper or e-book and read it for myself. Her whispery voice was distracting and annoying. The accents were the worst I've heard in a while. What is the problem with getting someone who really knows what a south Louisiana accent sounds like? It isn't the stereotypical southern accent. And this woman's southern accent made me think she was channeling Paula Dean. It was high-pitched and didn't match the content of the dialogs for the character. Her British accent was passable. The Dutch accent sounded just like the British. The pronunciation of Spanish words was a mixed bag: sometimes good, mostly poor.
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- S. Larkin "mybookyours"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-07-2010
  • Publisher: Audible Studios