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Marked for Love - 8 Book Series

Narrated by: James Talbot
Length: 10 hrs and 34 mins
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Summary

Nathan never should have gotten in that truck. That he knew for sure, but something animalistic, something sexy, something almost magnetic drew him to the mysterious brooding man who beckoned for him to get in and so he did.

What ensues is a night Nathan will never forget, filled with intrigue, passion and mind-blowing dominant sex only an alpha werewolf shifter can give you; a night Nathan soon finds he was destined to experience. But could it lead to true love or will Nathan be tossed aside like he has by so many men before him?

©2016 Jamie Lake (P)2016 Jamie Lake

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  • 05-01-19

not even for free

Not even for free can I continue this. Every thing about this is terrible, the narration, the story line and any thing else I can think of , my spelling.... just horrible.

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  • 22-06-18

To bad so sad

Omg James Talbot is the lamest narrator i'v ever heard! A lot of the story got lost in the bad narration.

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  • Lisa Dale
  • 28-06-17

would not recommend

seems rushed and poorly written. never goes back to talk about the fact that he was raped with a beer bottle in front of the pack. justifies it as a "Rocky start" to their relationship.

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