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Summary

Lorimar Pack, Book 1. War is a constant threat on Dell Preston's horizon. As beta of the Lorimar pack, her job is to maintain the peace on the new border between Faerie and Earth at all costs. Even if that means playing nice with her ex, Isaac, the fae who savaged her wolf's soul, and Enzo Garza, the flirty witch who ought to be focused on building up their magical defenses instead of tearing down the walls around Dell's heart.

Butler, Tennessee, is a pinprick on the map with a diverse population of supernaturals. It's also chockful of humans who are unaware of the magical rift bruising the sky or the otherworldly insurgents raining down into their zip code.

A local fae's disappearance catches Dell's attention, but she dismisses it as an isolated event. Until it happens again. Unable to ignore the strange happenings in her town, she begins an investigation that uncovers so much more than a simple rash of kidnappings.

Now Dell finds herself at the sharp end of a pointed ultimatum. Find the missing and return them to their families or get ready for prime time. Botch this job, and forget coming soon. The war will become tomorrow's featured attraction instead.

©2016 Hailey Edwards (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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  • Zoa McIntyre
  • 25-10-20

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I loved the story but the change in actresses from the previous book was completely distracting. It wasn't until the last two chapters that I could finally hear and not try to mentally correct the main characters voice, mannerisms, dialect and drawl.

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  • Gina
  • 29-09-20

miss the alphas

I understand that this book is supposed to be about Dell, but I was disappointed at the lack of involvement with the alphas. I really think that they book would have been better with them all involved.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 08-12-20

My truth

Ok Brittany’s acting skills are brilliant! Her ability to preform each character to the T is wonderful. She is able to separate each character as well male and female alike. I listened to a lot of her reads and will contribute too.

The writer’s ability to creat suck work is wonderful! I love her work! I look forward to listing to the rest of her story and to start new ones of her work as well. There is a perfect amount of all mixed in to her writing thrill drama romance etc.

The story. I love them son character by far and how much she has undergone and still is kicking strong. And let’s just say the mess she tried getting out of to save her pack only to have it threatened shortly after yicks. Little miss queen bd is a real... well... B! And the ex don’t get me started talk about typical stupid man! (Face palm)

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  • Petalations
  • 18-01-21

oh so borning.....

There is endless soap opera dialogue between the characters.....going on and on and on about the same emtional issues. Lots of talk and no actual plot action. The actual story action could be summed up in about one page. The rest is boring repeats of emotional issues. author obviously has some issues with male domination and female inferior issues, as the lead female is constantly trying to prove how strong and manlike she is. yawn. yawn. Even her job is a traditional man job....cause females can be men. yawn.

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  • Shoe Monger
  • 04-08-21

Promise the Moon Bk 4

Cord and Cam have named their new pack the Lorimar Pack, Dell Preston finds herself as the new beta, Her job is to maintain the peace on the new border between Faerie and Earth and over all manager whenever Cord and Cam are away. Between Issac (Cam's brother) and flirty witch Enzo Garza, Dell is having difficulty in the love life department all with her added pack responsibilities.

When Dell is asked to look into the local fae disappearances she's unable to ignore the strange similarities and begins to investigate the bizarre occurrences.

This was an enjoyable story where you want to scream "no good deed goes unpunished"

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  • John abell/ Tara Hendrix
  • 29-07-21

Better

The last book was slow but this one kept my attention and made me want to know what was happening with Dell (the beta) and her pack. The main character from the other books wasn't really in this book since it was centered around Dell, but she is still there so that is good to see.

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  • Angies kindle
  • 29-06-21

50/50

love Hailey Edwards books!! Not a fan of the performance. for pete sake the main character is a southern woman and she sounds like something straight out of California I think they could have had somebody better do the voice over.

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  • Kathryn E. Zepeda
  • 27-06-21

Love the series but this one doesn’t quite fallow

Del’s voice is wrong! She sounds like Cam. This is not as fun to listen to. Del is supposed to have a country twang. Very saddened by this.

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  • breiley
  • 26-04-21

much better narrator

much better narrator and dialog than the 1st 3 books in the series..a good listen

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  • C. Dowdell
  • 22-04-21

Disappointing

The narration was flat and dull. The story was slow and the characters that in the previous book were animated and spunky lacked both. This book was a huge disappointment.