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Summary

I protect my pack at all costs-and I never fail.    

The vampires have broken our tentative truce and are threatening to destroy my pack. At the center of their scheme is Sky, an enigmatic lone wolf, who they believe is a weapon that can be used against us.    

Nothing about the quiet, doe-eyed brunette screams "danger" or "ruthless weapon." And that's the problem. My wolf's instinct says to protect her, especially after a necromancer tries to kill her, the vampires repeatedly attempt to abduct her, and we receive a dire warning about her.    

But as more is discovered about the elusive lone wolf, I quickly realize she's more dangerous than she looks. 

Can I neutralize the situation and protect her life, or do what I do best-protect the pack at all costs?

©2017 McKenzie Hunter and Emerson Knight (P)2017 Tantor

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Meh

I bought this becuase other Mckenzie fans had written how great it was to get Ethan's point of view...which it might be except that to me it feels like nothing new is added from the original book except tense: "I could see Ethan was angry" becomes "I was frustrated and angry" (or at least that's my impression...I haven't checked.

It feels more like a money making exercise than a book.... but then loads of people love it so maybe listen to them and not to me.

The narrator is also not my style at all.... he sounds like a particularly bad stereotype of a movie advert and when he does a South African accent it has no similarity at all to a South African accent. 5 minutes of research would really have helped.

As before though other people loved it... and you might be one of them.

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As enjoyable as the book.

Love this story as a book anf also loved this version. The actors voice was perfect for the character and I'm sure I will listen again to rhis one.

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  • Lori E.
  • 10-12-17

Ethan's POV was great!

I have been a fan of the Sky Brooks series and have read and listened to all of them. Multiple times. I really enjoyed hearing Ethan's POV. There were several times when I wondered what he was thinking and why he was acting a certain way. This book explained Ethan's motivations and thoughts. And the narrator was great!

The only way this book could have been better, would be if it was combined so that Sky and Ethan's POV were in the same book. I hope that more books with Ethan's POV are written and recorded.

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  • Charis Lux
  • 10-04-18

Excellent

I read this story from Skylar's perspective and enjoyed it, but reading Ethan's POV is quite an enjoyable revelation. I would love it even if I had not read Skylar's POV. This book actually made me like some of the characters I could hardly tolerate in the other.
Good pace. Lots of action. Definitely a great addition to the Skylar Brooks world.
Job well done Emerson Knight.
Love the narrator. I can definitely say his voice is Ethan. Dominant. Strong. Looking forward to more.

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  • DC
  • 02-10-21

Read Sky Brooks Series? Don’t waste your time

I tried this after finishing the Sky Brooks series. First, narration is terrible. Second, story is a repeat of Sky Brooks book with little variation or insight into Ethan. Expected to learn more about Ethan. In this book if Skyler does something and if Ethan was not involved in the action you meet Ethan on the other side like he was waiting in the car or pack-house for Skyler to do her thing. You did get to know a little more about the characters Ethan knows better than Skyler, but not enough to want to go through the entire series in Ethan’s head. I’m glad I did not start this series first or I would have not finished this book or gone on the Sky Brooks series. I was very disappointed.

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  • Kaylee
  • 04-05-21

I want the rest of the series on audio

I love the sky brooks series and Ethans side is good too. I hope they finish his side on audio here soon! I plan on getting the other series by McKenzie Hunter because she has shown me she is well worth it.

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  • Jellybean
  • 09-01-19

Terrible characters, dumb story, no continuity.

i want my 8 hours back please. What a stupid book. The wares are 2 dimensional, the vamps are lame and magic is a big ol mess. There isn't an admirable character in the entire novel with the H and h being the worst of all. He's a meathead, whiney grump and she's all over the place and lacks even a skeleton of substance. I have no idea what was so special about her nor why any of them made the decisions they made. Rrrrrrrr. what a waste of time.

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  • jerz
  • 20-12-18

When the main character is the narrator

I am Ethan, the beautiful, the muscular, no one bigger , all girls adore me ( this is the main character, and the voice of this story) uggh... - could not finish!

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  • Bernard & Lisa Beach
  • 15-05-18

Great addition!

Emerson Knight did a great nod keeping with McKenzie Hunters book. He did Ethans point of view extremely well. He also did a great job bring additional elements to story, which only added to it.

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  • LaShonda
  • 09-01-18

Ethan POV...left me wanting more!

I am excited to for the second book in this series. I liked the narrator voice for many of the characters especially Ethan's. I wasn't a big fan of his version of Sebastian but loved all of the other voices.