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Hunt the Dawn Audiobook

Hunt the Dawn: Fatal Dreams Series, Book 2

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You can't hide your secrets from Lathan Montgomery - he can read your darkest memories. And while his special abilities are invaluable in the FBI's hunt for a serial killer, he has no way to avoid the pain that brings him. Until he is drawn to courageous, down-on-her-luck Evanee Brown and finds himself able to offer her something he's never offered another human being: himself.

Nightmares are nothing new to Evanee Brown. But once she meets Lathan, they plummet into the realm of the macabre. Murder victims are reaching from beyond the grave to give Evanee evidence that could help Lathan bring a terrifying killer to justice. Together, they could forge an indomitable partnership to thwart violence, abuse, and death - if they survive the forces that seek to tear them apart.

©2016 Abbie Roads (P)2016 Tantor

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  • Fran
    28/04/17
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    "Even better than book one."

    I loved the main characters. They didn't have a real smooth trip through the book, but their strengths were compatible. Bad things happened, but how do strong relationships grow without adversity. Highly recommended.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • Barb (Paging Through The Days)
    Orangebrug, SC
    09/03/17
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    "A Heart Pounding Read!"

    I thought book 1 was good (and it was GREAT) but this one... this one had me on the edge of my seat! Literally. Talk about a wild ride on the preverbal, yet literal crazy train. I really can't wait for more from this author!

    Lathan has his work cut out for him when he first meets "Honey" (Evanee). She is in trouble and her step brother, aka the man who needs his nuts cut off, gets in Lathan's way of helping. Needless to say THAT didn't go over well. LOL After that Lathan, being drawn to her the way he is vows to himself to keep her safe. Though.. trouble always finds this poor girl. If it's not one thing it's ten other things all coming at her, fork tines bared and ready to take a stab at her.

    Lathan, while trying to track down a serial killer, and now keeping an eye on Honey gets wrapped up in a tangle of webs that almost gets him and Honey taken down for the count. Multiple things pile up on his door at once. If not for their connection all could be lost...

    It's a fight to stay alive. It's a fight to keep the woman he loves.. and it's a fight to make it all work out in the right way, and not end in spilling more blood.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • Amazon Customer
    17/07/17
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    "A Heart Pounding Listen!"

    I definitely recommend Hunt the Dawn. At one point, I was driving and my heart was pounding so fast that I had to pull over to avoid getting into an accident. The story was unique, intense and dark.

    Usually, I don't go for this genre, but Abbie Roads did such a remarkable job that I picked up her next book "Saving Mercy: Fatal Truth Series, Book 1 ". I haven't listened to it yet, but have a feeling it will be just as good.

    The narration by Roger Wayne performance was absolutely Flawless. He has an amazing tone and draws the listener into the story. I will definitely listen to more of his work. Roger Wayne is by far one of my favorite narrators.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Trish R.
    JACKSONVILLE, FL, United States
    22/05/17
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    "Terrible book but good narration.."



    I said I wasn’t going to read this book after reading Race the Darkness and finding it toooo unbelievable, even for a paranormal. But, I decided to give it a try since there are only the 2 books in the series.

    First of all I don’t like authors who pick a pet name for the heroine and that’s all she uses. In the case of Evanee and Lathan he called her “honey” about 160 times. Really? At least in the first book, Race the Darkness, Xander only called Isleen “Babe or Baby” 44 times. (Unfortunately I detest “babe or Baby,” but don’t mind “Honey” near as much. Eventually, she simply became Honey, Evanee was forgotten. Whatever.

    I don’t know how I feel about Lathan being able to “smell” what’s on a person’s mind; anger, love, death, lust, fear, cancer and the meds you have to take for it, everything? From everyone around him? That sounds pretty gross. AND I’m not sure how to feel about Evanee having nightmares and having something in her hand when she wakes up (yuck): an eyeball and a wad of hair with a tooth lying on top of it were the first two things she had, both from corpse-y type people she met in her nightmares. And that was just the first 30% of the book.

    THEN, Junior comes in and shoots Lathan and jumps Evanee THEN the serial killer The Strategist shows up and takes and unconscious Evanee with him. Sooo, while James (The Strategist) washes all the blood off of her he has his fingers between her legs and decided to beat-off while playing with her unconscious body. EWWW! When she comes to she’s in a bunker with him and she so depressed that Lathan is dead she doesn’t care about anything. Here’s where I had another problem, James picks her up off the bed, takes her into the bathroom, where she proceeds to “empty her bladder” and then HE wiped her! EWWW again. Was that really necessary? And then we had a moment of Stockholm Syndrome when with Evanee when she was rescued. The chances of me ever reading this author again are very slim.

    Anyway, I did finish this book but it really didn’t get any better. When I read something stupid or disgusting in a book it’s hard for me to get past it and there was just too much for me to get past in this book.

    There was explicit sex and the F-bomb was used 166 times.

    As to the narration: Roger Wayne did an excellent job. The men’s voices were all different and all his women’s voices were absolutely perfect.

    2 of 3 people found this review helpful
  • Dreamer
    08/01/17
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    "WOW :)"

    This has been one of the better books I have read/listened to in awhile. I laughed, cried, then did them both again. I really could feel the emotion the author was trying to portray. Abbie hit a home run in my book. And I look forward to reading more of her books. And the narration was right on for me. I was wowed....

    1 of 2 people found this review helpful

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