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Rise of Hope

Narrated by: Delilah Dixon
Length: 4 hrs and 34 mins
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A secret ancient race of humans with fantastical abilities, the Vadïm are on the brink of extinction. Many of their women are imprisoned by an organization known as The Assembly, their history all but lost...

Devon Monroe has been a prisoner her entire life. She's determined to make sense of the strange markings on her body, to learn why no one may touch her, to find where she belongs. That means escaping into the unknown, where she has no choice but to trust her self-appointed protector.

Soldier-for-hire Seth Eastman has a job to do: deliver Devon to safety. When Seth discovers the markings on Devon's body, he's stunned at what they mean. And at how she awakens his long-suppressed needs. As they struggle to escape detection and search for the truth of the Vadïm, can he ever hope to claim her for his own?

©2012 Kaily Hart (P)2012 Audible, Inc

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  • Teresa
  • 02-11-12

Different kinda story than expected.

The story was different than I expected from the summary. I did like the story but the details were scarce and I was piecing the plot together. Not a lot of romance more 'me man, you woman' kinda thing. But sometimes that works okay for me. I believe this will be the first in a series the author is starting. I would buy the next one as long as the price is the same as this book.