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First & Forever

The Crescent Chronicles, Book 4
Narrated by: Roger Wayne
Series: Crescent Chronicles, Book 4
Length: 4 hrs and 30 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
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Summary

Levi's got it all. He's a paranormal prince with more money and power than he knows what to do with, but something is missing - a mate. He has only until college graduation to find her. Allie's perfect, but she wants nothing to do with him. When attraction becomes something more, will he take a chance and show her who he really is, or will he lose everything?

Levi's almost out of time. Allie's the one - he knows it in every grain of his being - but how can he make her see it? Desperate to keep Allie safe and at his side, he takes the biggest risk of his life. Reckless or not, there is nothing he wouldn't do to keep her with him...forever.

©2014 Alyssa Rose Ivy (P)2015 Tantor

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  • jeannine
  • 05-08-18

Recap of first three stories from his prospective

Recap of first three books from his perspective with a short story bonus of wedding. Disappointed.

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  • Avid Reader
  • 04-04-17

Worth listening too.

Narrator was not bad but it is odd listening to books where the people are supposed to have accents but do not.

I did find that it was hard for me to like Alley. She seemed immature and flaky most of the time.

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  • Crystal
  • 16-07-15

Levi's Side

Even though this is the story retold from Levi's point of view. I still enjoyed it. Worth reading!

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  • amanda pettepher
  • 23-03-20

misses the only one I really didn't like i

the series is great this book just kind of seemed to afterthought as it was mainly retelling the story in Levi's perspective. I think it could have been included in the main books and been better

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  • Taahoma
  • 11-03-20

I don't know if I regret it.

When I like having the second side of a story, I was already pretty knowledgeable on what Levy must thought during the first book. He wasn't so complicated to decipher and we got the idea pretty easily already that he is "irresistibly attracted" to the MC.

We should have gotten more information about his family and clan, but nothing really came out of it that we didn't already guessed of known. I wished we had more details, more backstories, explanation about their culture and what they are and their powers...

And the worst of all is the ending of it, The way oh thinking of Levy is just the one of a stalker and abuser. Refusing to believe the words of the MC and chaining her to him because he loves her and believe she loves him back is incredibly selfish.
Yes, we KNOW that she does love him from book number 1. But if we put ourselves in his shoes, he should not force it on her. I really disapprove of the last part.

It just makes me thing of the book of "Grey" from the Fifty Shades series and that was awful to me (but still read it, yeah, I know...).

I wouldn't recommend so much this book because we don't learn anything.
At least, the narration is way better and gives more emotions to characters.

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  • Cary
  • 27-07-20

same story

this is the same story but from Levi's POV. not enough different to warrant a separate book

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  • Angel K.
  • 24-07-20

perfection

Even if you dont want to hear his side of the beginning, or if you are listening to this after book one. The last chapter is s must for the finale. a perfect ending

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  • Gi
  • 08-05-20

Why Does It Have To End????

I absolutely enjoyed listening to this audiobook. I really love listening to the guys point of view. I wish for more please please!!!

Audible Romance Ricks!!!!

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  • Chrystal
  • 25-05-19

Excellent narrator!!

Now THAT is how a narrator is supposed to work it!! He was amazing and a sexy voice to boot (sigh)!! I did not like the lady who narrates the books for Ally and since this guy did an amazing job with all voices, maybe they should think about more men doing them. Just saying. It's better than ruining a book when a lady narrator destroys the men's voices! Listening to the narrator on Levi's POV (book 4) helped take the awful cringe out of the other 3 books. The wedding at the end was sweet and hot!

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  • Melissa
  • 19-08-15

You have to like Levi's POV

I usually always enjoy getting the story from a different POV. This was no different. I did have have hard time with the narration. Accents needed to be different. Maybe it because I'm from the south but you can't have someone from New Orleans sound like someone from anywhere Georgia.

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