Behind the Mask

  • by C.E. Black
  • Narrated by Sarah Puckett
  • 5 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Kassandra Darkmorré is hiding behind the mask of humanity, living her life as nothing more than a spectator. She watches, knowing the outcome of the lives around her.
They lived.
They died.
While she was left all alone.
She never imagined one of her hospice patients would figure out what she was or ask for an explanation on her death bed. And Kassandra surely didn't expect the dying woman to give her something she hadn't had in almost 200 years. Hope.
"What you desire most is achievable. You must accept the invitation when it's presented."
While on the search for her true desire, she finds the man of her one and only dream, Cyrus Good. The attraction between them is instantaneous, but Kassandra can't help but feel like something is missing. And that maybe he has secrets as sinister as Salem itself.
And what about Xavier Drago? The mysterious man keeps popping up when she least expects him to. As annoying and demanding as he is, though, she can't help but be drawn to him just as intensely.
It all began with an invitation, but will it end with a happily ever after?

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Magical story.

Would you listen to Behind the Mask again? Why?

I would listen to this story over and over again as I think it is magical and bittersweet and so emotional. It really touched my heart and I felt such empathy with the characters as the story unfolded. The sadness and the loneliness of an immortal life lived with no companion to share the endless days. The pain of watching mortal friends die as their short human lifespans come to an end. The author has written the narrative so well that listening to the words, I felt myself feel what Kassandra was feeling. I felt this especially with the ending of the story that was so poignant. I absolutely adored this story..


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- MCR

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-03-2017
  • Publisher: C.E. Black