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Summary

After an epidemic of attacks by newly risen vampires terrorizes the city, authorities pressure Charles Vaughan and the Vampire Court to determine who is responsible. Complicating matters, a local businessman hires infamous bounty hunter Jack Justice to find and execute the rogues after his sister is attacked. Justice and his entourage turn the city and the investigation into a three-ring circus of media attention, vamp-hunter groupies, and self-appointed “deputy” vamp hunters.

When mage symbology is found on a captured rogue vamp, Charles enlists the help of veteran mage Private Investigator Mark Dunlap to figure out what involvement mages have in the attacks. Dunlap brings in his newly hired MPI-in-training Alice Worth to help unravel the mystery.

In 200 years, Charles has never met anyone quite like Alice. Minutes after meeting him for the first time, she threatens to burn down Vampire Court headquarters. By the end of the night, Charles is sure of two things: Alice is not who or what she seems, and someday she will be his...if she doesn't get herself killed first.

©2018 Lisa Edmonds (P)2019 Lisa Edmonds

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  • E. Meyer
  • 14-06-19

Could not stop

Blood Money plot and the character development was intriguing and had me listening whenever possible. The narration was a bit distracting at first but within 5 chapters, it no longer bothered me.

The magic descriptions were very interesting, and Meeting Alice was thrilling. Cannot wait to read/listen to the next book in the series .

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  • LexiLikesLiterature
  • 23-10-21

Oh Charles, how I love thee...

Charles is an awesome vampire. I'm so glad to have found an author who doesn't need her vampires to be sappy, love-sick, depressed puppies. That is certainly not the case in the Alice Worth series. No, these are the real deal scheming, intelligent, powerful vamps that make your toes curls 🥰.

I read so many blogs from readers who hate Charles. (Those folks probably like their vampires to sparkle).  But oh my Goddess, Charles is so well written.

My only dislike for this book is that they changed narrators. It wasn't necessary. I would have preferred the original narrator. It doesn't matter that it was from Charles' perceptive. The original narrator has already crafted a excellent voice for the character. Not that this me narrator was bad. Just don't agree with switching them.

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  • Ms. Branden K. Bernhiemer
  • 22-07-21

good story if you can get through the narration

interesting storyline leaves you with something that you want to read on with the series if you can get through to the narration it's a good story the narrator had a lot of interesting voices unfortunately they all graded on my nerves

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  • Zach B
  • 14-07-21

Great with some hiccups

The story is great, but Nathaniels narration is robotic in many parts. And the editing isn't great, leading to many repeated lines, which isn't a deal breaker, but it definitely breaks the immersion of the story.

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  • Charlie
  • 26-05-20

ok

Decent storyline, but didn't really get sucked in. I might finsh the series later because the end of the story started to sound a bit more promising. I'm not a fan of the narrator, but everyone has different tastes.

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  • Cynthia Larry
  • 02-07-19

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I'm glad it was only 5 hrs! I this is the poorest narration EVER. I have listened to over 300 books. This series was recommended to me, from FB group. I am glad to see the rest of the series is not read by Nathaniel J. Cooper. I will give the series a try, hopefully a different reader will make good.

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  • Kandice C.
  • 27-06-19

Very good

I found this audiobook to be very good. It has suspense, drama romance and action. The narrator does a great job of reading this story.

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  • Timboslice
  • 18-03-19

GREAT Narrator

Edmonds actually put together a story that sucked me into the world of vampires and the tangled web of love.

This narrator is really on his game and does a lot to bring the story to life. Normally the narrator is akin to the paper a book is printed on: entirely immaterial to the story, but Couper puts on the performance of a lifetime.

Great listen!