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Midnight Coven

Narrated by: Julie McKay
Series: The Devil's Roses, Book 7, Redeemers, Book 2
Length: 8 hrs and 7 mins
Categories: Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Horror
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Summary

"You here for the Midnight Coven?"

Icy words, whispered upon her lips in the night, used to scare Lorelei Huntington. But that was before. Before her mother tried to have her killed, before her world went back 50 years, before the magic of the swamp found its way into Lorelei's blood. Now she finds the whispers and the cold breath of the dead a comfort. That is until she's warned, by a small ghost haunting Whit's family's castle, about the secrets of the bloodthirsty family she resides with. The family the little ghost belongs to. Whit's family, it seems, are not all they appear to be.

When Lorelei discovers the Midnight Coven and exactly who Whit's family really is, she is forced to choose between running and becoming something she can't even fathom - a Rose. Fortunately Lorri, the leader of the Devil's Roses, has a way with words - mean ones. With the help of Dorian, Marcus, and of course Henry, Lorelei turns the tables on Whit's resourceful family. This time it's them running and her chasing - bringing the biggest monsters she can muster. But survival comes at a cost, one she isn't sure she is willing to pay.

Don't miss this sexy Devil's Roses novel!

©2014 Tara Brown (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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  • Tarinna Getter
  • 25-10-18

Just Horrible

This book has made me nauseous. The author turned the main character into a slut this chick dont care who she have sex with even the bad guys that rape her. I would think that the author is a horny teenager.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 28-10-19

Overly detailed rape scenes

I love this series. I would not read this one again. Most of the book disgusted me. Loreleis existence as a stockholm rape victim is unchanging. The whole book was cringe. Marcus should have stayed dead. I still have a sick feeling after reading this. I really hope the author doesnt do this again. I think this is the first book with a shower scene where they dont complain about sharing water but idk she probably slipped it in there. idk i had to skip it. rape. yuck.

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  • shearae simpson
  • 13-09-19

thrilling

a few more mistakes but mostly with the time periods, atleast they were consistent errors but the book was a good read all in all, funny, erotic, romantic and adventurous. hate that the nation character kept running away from all her suitors and problems but it ended well for me. onto the last book, is been a fun journey.

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  • mcgman
  • 30-06-19

Good Story but you have to pay attention!

The story has lots of violence, death, sex, happiness, sadness, fear, anger, revenge and the kitchen sink. Alliances are fragile and nothing is as it seems. I definitely enjoyed this book but had to re-listen to some sections as new characters are introduced and a lot happens.

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  • Deborah J. Cooley
  • 12-10-17

Couldn't Turn It Off

I really like this book, The way it was written , And the reader Juile Mc Kay brings it alive. A must read.