After 700 years of life, Marguerite Argeneau finally has a career. Well, the start of one, anyway. She's training to be a private investigator, and her first assignment is to find an immortal's mother. It seemed simple enough, until Marguerite wakes up one evening to find herself at the wrong end of a sword. Now she realizes she's in way over her head.
Julius Notte wants to protect Marguerite, and not because someone just tried to take her head off. She doesn't know it yet, but she's his lifemate and he's determined to woo her. It's been over 500 years since he last courted a woman, but surely the techniques haven't changed. Now if only he can keep her alive--so to speak--so they can have that happily-ever-after.
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Good story, narrator sounded like Alexa
Yes and no. I did like the story, it was a great follow-on from the previous Argeneau novels.
The narrator was awful however. Her voice was robotic and horrid.
So robotic. The story was completely ruined by the lack of tone or interest. The narrator did voice the characters, so I don't understand why the narration was so awful. I almost returned the book 2 minutes into listening to it.
Find more of the Argeneau novels with a different narrator.