Ruby Shadows : Born to Darkness

  • by Evangeline Anderson
  • Narrated by Mackenzie Cartwright, Jeremy York
  • Series: Born to Darkness
  • 16 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Nothing is for free when it comes to demons. Gwendolyn LaRoux finds this out the hard way when she summons Laish, a minor demon from the Shadow Lands, to help her cook up a little black magic. Unfortunately black magic has a way of growing, and soon Gwendolyn finds herself drowning in darkness. But when a creature from the Abyss enters our world and threatens her beloved grandmother, Gwendolyn has to admit she needs help - which means summoning the infuriating Laish.
Answering Gwendolyn's incantations in a moment of boredom was a mistake for a demon who keeps what little heart he has left under lock and key. Laish immediately fell for the Creole beauty with jade green eyes and creamy, café au lait skin and now he's determined to have her. And thanks to Gwendolyn's dilemma, the price just went up. When it turns out that the intrepid witch must travel through the Shadow Lands and close the door she left open to the Pit, she knows at once she can't make the journey on her own. Of course Laish is more than willing to act as her escort and bodyguard...for a not-so-small fee.
Gwendolyn doesn't want to use her body as a bargaining chip, but the demon will accept no other form of currency. Because her grandmother's life is at stake, she has no choice. As Gwendolyn and Laish travel into the interior of hell, will he be able to keep her safe? And will she be able to keep her innocence? Or with they lose themselves and each other among the Ruby Shadows?


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful


Excellent story excellent narration
A must for any preternatural story lover !
Don't miss this thrilling story
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- J bird-Andrews

Great story line

What made the experience of listening to Ruby Shadows the most enjoyable?

It was a very good story line and kept you on the edge of your seat at all times.

What did you like best about this story?

Laish is a really great character and going through hell was very imaginative.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?


Any additional comments?

it would have been much more enjoyable if the "C" word had not been used, everytime they used this term it made me flinch, I am not a prude far from it, but that is one of the crudest words ever and books can still be erotic (even more so) without the need for it. It would have then warranted a 5 star.

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- Caron

Book Details

  • Release Date: 16-09-2015
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio