Breanna is a reasonable woman; she doesn't believe in things like teleportation or time travel. But after months of finding herself in other places, and living through events that haven't taken place yet, she's beginning to think there actually might be something more beyond normal.
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- Anonymous User
He is not good at all. The books is very good but the way the narrated sucks.
- Trish R.
Great read and listen..
So, I read the first book in this series (in September 2016) and was so pissed off because I got to end and found out it was a CLIFFHANGER so I put off reading the second one because of my fit of pique. Well, I got over my anger and read the other one today and I loved it, although I knew I would. I’m crazy about paranormal romances.
This one was about the gathering of Ethan and Brea, Xtina and Mike (from the first book) and Jesse and Jacob. And let’s not forget about Brea’s mother who was supposed to be dead and the father who lied to her her whole life, and Jessie’s parents who left town when Jessie was only 13 years old, leaving her there to take care of herself. And Ethan, who was shot in the shoulder while on an op and went home to recoup and within 2 weeks he was completely healed. There was always something going on in this book.
I’m looking forward to starting the next book.
There were explicit sex sceneS but there was no swearing to speak of.
As to the narration: I gave Roy Samuelson 2 stars for his narration of book one but he gets a 4 star this time, only because his female voices were soooo much better in this book. His emotions still need work but he’s getting there.