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Forged in Flames

Made of Steel, Book 2
By: Ivy Smoak
Narrated by: Elizabeth Hart
Series: Made of Steel Series, Book 2
Length: 8 hrs and 26 mins
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It's hard to be consumed by revenge when my heart feels like it's breaking in two. A part of me is still in love with Miles. I think I always will be. He embodies everything I thought my life could be. Every hope and dream and wish. But I'm not the girl he remembers.  

And I'd be lying if I said I haven't started to fall for the New York City vigilante. He's the only other person who knows what it's like to live behind a mask. There's a darkness in him that mirrors my own. He embraces my broken soul.  

But I'm tired of all the secrets, masks, and lies. I don't need a man to save me. I'm the superhero of my own story. And all I need to focus on right now is Don Roberts - a monster far worse than I ever imagined - before he unleashes the Mafia on this city and ruins any chance I have at a new life.

©2017 Ivy Smoak (P)2019 Tantor

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  • 23-01-20

Ivy writes amazing stories

First of all, Elizabeth Hart did a great job with her performance with the exception of the voices for the male characters. They basically all sounded the same and it just seemed so weird, but to be fair, I don’t think I could’ve done a better job at it either. There are not very many women who could do a man’s voice and vice versa, so I don’t really want to judge her primarily on that alone. She did a great job otherwise and put a lot of emotion into the narration of this book.

I really like all the characters. I do not know how Summer/Sadie could make a choice between the three men who love her. It’s hard for me to choose one for her. It just tears your heart to know what kind of life she had as a child. It makes you want to reach in and hug her. It’s easy to get involved with these characters emotionally.