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Devil's Hour

Zero Hour Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Tristan James
Series: Zero Hour, Book 2
Length: 9 hrs and 31 mins
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Born on the wrong side of the tracks, Royce Locke is no stranger to scrapping and fighting for the things he wants. What he desires most is Sawyer Key - his partner on the force and the man he's falling in love with. After asking Sawyer to take a chance on him, Royce will need to back up his pretty words with fearless action instead of being his own worst enemy.

Someone is harassing the mayor of Savannah, and Locke and Key are tasked with finding out who. The investigation quickly takes a twisted turn, leading them to an enemy who thinks purification by fire is the only way to save the city. Scarier than The Purists' elusiveness is their ability to turn public opinion in their favor, creating unrest and threatening anarchy by fanning flames and fear.

When menace becomes murder, the two detectives will race the clock against the devil to save their beloved city from becoming a raging inferno. Royce will need to draw on his grit now more than ever if he hopes to realize the dreams that are finally within reach. The rag is lit, the Molotov cocktail is tossed, and the zero hour is upon them. Challenge received and accepted.

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Aimee Nicole Walker (P)2020 Tantor

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  • April 🎧 Reads
  • 29-04-2020

Locke & Key For Always

It just keeps getting better. This book is all from Royce’s POV. We get to know him more, as he peels his layers, revealing more details about himself, his background, his past, his partnership with Marcus.

Royce & Sawyer’s relationship keeps getting stronger too. I adore these two. I love how solid and palpable their bond is.

This book has a lot of action, there’s mystery and unique set of conflict. The pacing is excellent. The supporting characters are wonderful, with the exception of Bennett, that little turd.

Tristan James did good with his narration.

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  • Delano
  • 21-06-2020

Brilliant book, bad narrator pt2

The second book is just as great as the first and I was really looking forward to this one as I hoped it would tie up a few loose ends. But I got not even half way in and had to stop. The narrator is so bad. The lack of inflection in the voice or emotion in most of the narration had me kipping to the end.

I am so disappointed.

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  • AshPenny37
  • 27-06-2020

Amazing!

Love this series. Locke and Key are great characters, solving an intriguing case set against a richly described Savannah backdrop. Tristan James has done a fantastic job in bringing the whole thing to life. Very entertaining!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 30-04-2020

3.5 stars

While I still enjoyed the characters and love Aimee Nicole Walker, this book was not for me. it just didn't peak my interest as much as the last one. Too much procedural type stuff I think.