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Narrated by: Julie McKay
Series: The Devil's Roses, Book 3
Length: 10 hrs and 13 mins
Categories: Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Horror
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Summary

What if the stories we read were true? What if somewhere along the line monsters created in fiction were really based upon lives torn apart by tragedy?

Hanna doesn't know what's happening to her. She doesn't know why her father has just sacrificed his life for hers. She doesn't know who Aimee James is or why she must fear her. She doesn't know what the Roses are or why they're interested in her. She knows there is a dusty stack of journals that drag her into a world she can't comprehend. She knows there is something more to the world she has been forced into. She knows no matter how hard she fights it, her attraction to the ever mysterious Marcus is overwhelming and all consuming. Until she meets Sam.

History and the present collide in this explosive tale of betrayal and lust. Don't miss out on the excitement of the Devil's Roses, now a completed New Adult series full of lust, angst, and a little horror.

©2012 Tara Brown (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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  • shearae simpson
  • 06-09-19

not as good.

didn't care too much for the main character in this one. her character was very flighty and whiny aka spoiled. she kept asking the same questions that she had already gotten the answers to. it was very repetitive and redundant. hopefully the next book makes up for it. didn't like losing characters too.