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Summary

Amelia… 

It all started with a plane ride. 

Just a simple plane ride home…that’s what they said. 

One that wasn’t supposed to end with me flying the damn thing!  

But then going home wasn’t supposed to be a bad thing either…well, that was if going home didn’t also meaning trying to hide my new, secret boyfriend.   

Someone who just so happened to be my father’s old enemy. Should be easy, right? Well, Lucius had other ideas, ones that included sneaking into my room, reading my diary, feeling me up and getting my panties in a twist about pretty much everything…literally. 

So, throw in an ancient vendetta, a curse, a witch, an old flame, and a hot vampire king trying to get in your pants at your father’s table, and what you had was a recipe for only one thing….

A world of hurt and a Map of Sorrows.

©2020 Stephanie Hudson (P)2022 Stephanie Hudson

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Terrible droll Narrator 🥱

The switch of narrators mid series was surprising, and def not for the better. Such a shame. Especially after how excellent Afterlife was narrated. The bar was set high before transfusion landed.

There was a good narrator really fleshing out the transfusion series....but then the switch?! I'm not sure the reasons but it really spoiled the story, especially due to how dry, dull and monotonous it has become. Amelia has lost her personality, and that takes some doing!

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  • 07-09-22

Getting better!

The story continues to get better and better! Ellie Rutledge is also getting better at portraying these marvelous characters. Not as monotonal as previously heard, but as I said, getting better. Now to try and find the patience for the next episode.

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  • Ledgerclan
  • 05-08-22

love this series!

I love this series but I really hate it when it leaves such a big cliff hanger... now how long will I have to wait til I can hear the next book!