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Dommik was a monster, a Monster Hunter, and an alpha. Part of an elite group that dealt with the horrors of the universe. At least that was what everyone at the spaceport was whispering as he walked by.

A Cyborg, a hunter, a beast with eyes as dark as the pits of Hell and the stride of a predator. Katalina was a nobody who was intimate with death. It clung to her like a shroud, It followed her like the plague, and infected her like a parasite.

When she overheard that the Monster Hunter needed an assistant, she took the job. And when the Cyborg's eyes caught hers, she knew getting closer to death might just bring her back to life. The Cyborg didn't scare her. So she followed him and left fate up to chance.

Contains mature themes.

©2016 Naomi Lucas (P)2018 Tantor

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  • Jackie Emond
  • 08-05-2018

Dommik May We All Find a Dommik!

This is the MOST creative author out there today in science fiction. She builds this world that I wish I could travel to and find my own DOMMIK. Both have tortured secrets and both hate to love and love to hate. It's a unique book full of suspense and surprises around every corner. You know one of the truly great parts is the choose theirbownbdestiny and create their own world within a universe. I WISH I WISH So will you. DONT PASS THIS BOOK BY. Would you want to miss this chance to be in their world????

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  • BookDragon
  • 21-05-2018

Cyber shifter love story

this is a very unique love story. the narrators brought the characters to life and I thoroughly enjoyed listening to them tell this story.

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  • Scotty
  • 10-07-2018

Wow! Great Series!

I actually listened with just a few breaks. That's how much I enjoyed this book. Alexander Cendese and Hollie Jackson really brought the story to life. You have to give this one a try!

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  • michele
  • 13-06-2018

Not bad

I read the last two books in this series 1st then this one wild blood dragged a bit I found the last two too be much better. I still plan on getting the remaining two in the middle and hope more in the series are too come as I will gladly buy them

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  • 14-08-2018

It was good.

The story is interesting and entertaining. I like the characters. But, I'm a little bit put off by the narrators.
I don't know if it's just Hollie Jackson or voice editing, but so far I find she narrates too fast as if she just wants to get the story over with. I like her emtions, I love her voice, even her attempt at a male one ( it's great), but I have to always slow her down to -90 or -85 to enjoy her narration and story and then change back to normal when it switches to another narrator.

As for Alexander Cendese...lush voice when he narrates as normal. But when he tries to do female...not so much. I'd listen to him all day if he only did male voices, but I don't like his attempt at female voice acting. Honestly, I would have preferred Hollie Jackson to do it all because she can do a good male type voice despite her natural feminine one. Alexander just sounds wrong compared to other males I've listened to doing a female voice. I'm sorry, maybe I'm just used to listening to Robert Petkoff, Jeremy York and David Brenin, but I just wasn't satisfied with his attempt. That didn't put me completely off though. I enjoyed the book. Worth listening to.