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Shadow Keeper

Narrated by: Jim Frangione
Series: Shadow Riders, Book 3
Length: 13 hrs and 44 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (18 ratings)

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Summary

One family brings its own brand of justice to the streets of Chicago's shadowy underworld as number one New York Times best-selling author Christine Feehan returns to a series hot enough to burn....

The paparazzi can't get enough of infamous bad boy Giovanni Ferraro. But unknown to them - and the women he beds - he's just playing a role. Keeping the spotlight on himself keeps it off the family business. And if this lethal shadow rider can't hunt in the dark, he'll find his pleasure elsewhere....

Sasha Provis grew up on a Wyoming ranch and thought she knew how to protect herself from predators. But in the nightclub where she works, she's fair game - until one of the owners steps in to protect her. Giovanni is gorgeous. He's dangerous. And his every touch takes her breath away. The devil at her heels may have finally met its match....

©2018 Christine Feehan (P)2018 Recorded Books

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  • V from Kansas
  • 26-03-19

This Heroine was a breath of fresh air!

I’m a 50 year old woman, so I totally get how popular culture has affected women’s self image. However, the Heroines of the first two books were ridiculous. I really got sick of them questioning how their man could really desire them. I was so glad the author changed that theme, in this book. The Heroine did have some self doubt, but it was more at a human level, rather than , “an emotional abuse victim” level.
The plot followed the same path as the previous two books, except the villain wasn’t the obvious person for an obvious reason. Actually, I think the author was trying so hard to make this plot different from book one and two, that the conflict and resolution was pretty slim. If the descriptive violence in the two previous books was a bit too much for your taste, you’ll be happy to know that there is very little violence, in book three.
Some reviewers criticized the slow burn between the H/h in book two, this book is a complete opposite. This couple got hot and heavy quickly.

My biggest complaint about this series is the lack of continuity between the books. I know that this must be difficult for an author that’s writes as many books and series as CF. Therefore, I think she needs to reconsider her choice of Beta readers and editors. Here’s an example of what I mean. In book one, the Heroine, Francesca, decides to quit her job at the deli because she is in danger and does not want to bring that danger to the owners of the deli. She also doesn’t want the reporters that are dogging her heals, to disrupt the business of her friends’ deli. In book two, she is working at the deli again and statements are made that she didn’t allow her husband to pressure her into quitting her job. In book three, the story goes back to the book one version. There is a family discussion in which Francesca is referred to as a “push over” because she gave in and quit her job and did the volunteer work her husband preferred she do. Now it’s likely that most readers/listeners wouldn’t notice or even care about such inconsistencies. However, my type A, neurotic personality get extremely irritated about incorrect details.

Finally, as always, Jim Frangione’s narration was brilliant and I’ve always enjoyed his vocal interpretations.
-V from Kansas

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 26-06-18

awesome as usual

I didn't know who reviewed this book saying that it sucks. but I thought it was good. I think there was actually less sex and more story line than the previous book. awesome!!! and I'm looking forward to Nicolettas book!!!

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  • missmack1976
  • 31-08-19

keeps the series going

loved Sasha and her independent spirit and her love for family, she fits in with the Ferraro boys so well. loved it!

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  • Booklover 876🇯🇲
  • 01-06-18

As good as the first better than the second

I really enjoyed Giovanni and Sasha's story. I took me back to Stefano and Francesca story. I love the Ferraro family and the unique way they fall in love. I love all the mystery and suspense this book had to offer. There wasn't a lot of shadow riding in this one and that was my only disappointment. Jim Frangione as always was outstanding his narration perfection. Looking forward to the next one

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  • Sherese
  • 21-06-18

Same Plot as Others, Lackluster Story

I am tired of two people being destined for each other within the first chapter. It would be nice if they had to struggle first, before falling in-love.

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  • Annette Mitchell
  • 03-06-18

A stupid game?!! Really?

As I have always enjoyed a Feehan novel, I hate to admit this was a bit of a letdown. This book was basically a long sexathon between Sasha and Giovanni with some exciting bits thrown in between. Where as I am not really knocking the sex scenes per say, I am a reader who is more about the story line and there wasn't much of one here. The only really good thing about this book was Stefano and Francesca's news.

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  • TheaC
  • 30-12-19

Oh yes!

Once again it was a thrill to listen to one of CF's books! The characters, the intrigues, suspense and heat, makes for a scintillating event. I just love the way the narrator tells the story. He made it hard to put the earphones down!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 04-12-19

my first book in this series

I fell in love with this book and I have read it at least eleven times so far and will continue to trade it as well as the other books in the searies when they come out

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 28-11-19

Story is ok but. . .

Her stories are pretty good but they would be far better without the number of way over the top and explicit sex scenes!

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  • Adam
  • 24-11-19

DNF

Feeham has good books but this isnt one of them. The start was so ridiculous and repetitive with hero being pissed off at security not interfering when he sexually harrashes waitering heroine in his own night club. That was just so dum sounding that I gave up.