Jask Tao, lycan leader, rules his pack with absolute dedication and demands the same loyalty in return. When he captures Sophia, a rare serryn witch whose blood is lethal to vampires, Jask knows just how valuable she can be. Despite her fiery nature, he also can't shake the feelings that she rouses in him - feelings that he thought died along with Ellen, his mate. Sophia knows she has to escape from Jask's lycan compound - and fast. Inheriting her sister's serryn powers can only mean one thing - that her family is at risk. She'll have to get past the dangerously attractive Jask first but, scarred by memories of her mother's murder, Sophia won't ever give up.
Sparks fly between Jask and Sophia but, as both her family and the pack come under threat, they might just need each other if they, and their loved ones, are going to stay alive...
Contains mature themes.
"Dark, sexy and thrilling." (The Demon Librarian)
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Love the twist
Best series ever, shame about the narrator!
The evolution of the plot line and the final culmination of bringing all the central characters of the storyline into play
Flat, unemotive, boring
I've read many books of the paranormal genre, from young adult all the way through to full erotica, and this is one of the best series I have ever read. However, having waited impatiently for the books to be available as audiobooks, I was greatly disappointed with the chosen narrater who has taken such emotional and exciting stories and made the appear flat and dull. It hasn't dulled my enjoyment of the books, but I can understand why the fourth book hasn't been made available as an audiobook, as I'm not sure that, even being the fan I am, I would purchase another audiobook in this series. I've read many reviews where people have slated narrators where I, in turn, haven't though the narrator was as bad as portrayed, but on this occasion I feel the need to do the same. But mainly I just feel dissapointed that a series I love so much, not to mention the author Lyndsay Pryor, has been let down by such a poor choice of narrator.