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Shadow City: Royal Vampire

By: Jen L. Grey,Shadow City
Narrated by: Amy Landon
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Summary

Death waits in the shadows, stalking my every move.

Family is everything. So when my sister ran away to be with her new boyfriend, I chased after her.

A strange, crimson-eyed man attacked me within minutes of my arrival, only to bring me my destiny.

Alex, an arrogant, handsome flirt, saved me. No matter how hard we try to fight our connection, we're drawn to each other.

While he reluctantly agrees to help me, I discover a terrifying new world filled with creatures that shouldn't be real; shifters; vampires; angels; witches; and so much more. I'm surrounded by supernaturals with even a silver wolf and her mate sheltering me.

Every minute I'm in Shadow Terrace becomes increasingly more dangerous, but I’ll risk everything to save my sister.

Even if it means turning my back on the man who could possibly complete my soul.

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  • Kalia
  • 21-01-23

It’s ok

Listen to sliver wolf first. Second this one was ok. It could’ve been so much better. Lots of holes that weren’t filled. I prefer the sliver wolf over this one.

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  • Seattle Green
  • 08-01-23

Terrible

I tried to listen to this. A dozen times. I tried to listen to it while doing really tedious work with dirty, gloved hands so I couldn't turn it off. In ended up knocking off my headphones in frustration. A reviewer said it best before me. It's a rinse and repeat of "Stay here, I'll worry, you're fragile." " Oh no! I'm an independent woman, and he needs me in this fight!" idiodicy.

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  • Alexis T. Willis
  • 08-01-23

“Oh H*ll no”


It was good enough. The narrator was great. No, she was phenomenal. I’m 95% sure she is why I made it through and these books didn’t end on the DNF shelf and why it got 3 stars and not less.

Also, there’s apparently books that come before this trilogy? I didn’t know that. I probably won’t go and read them. This book was interesting in premise and in the beginning actually seemed full of promise: It had a “blood is thicker than water” family dynamic, as well as the lost and displaced person finds their “true home.” It was all wrapped up in political corruption and Betrayal. Love and friends in unexpected places…. The ingredients were all there for one excellent story. Except…. The repetition! 3 books, yes three, of:

MC: “you stay here. Don’t get hurt.”
FC: “Oh hell no. You don’t get to make choices for me.”
MC: “please I’ll be distracted if I’m worrying about you.”
FC: “fine I’ll stay.”
*****MC goes to fight******

FC: “oh what if he needs me?!”

*****runs to get involved****

(((Fight ends)))

MC “I told you to stay!”
FC: “oh hell no, I’m a strong independent woman I make my own decisions. You don’t get to tell me what I can and can’t do.”

Again. And again. Aaaaand again. Seriously the thing I’ll remember most about this trilogy is the phrase: “oh hell no.”

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  • kitty5769
  • 23-12-22

Didn’t finish

I liked the narrator and hope to find other books she narrates. I wish I liked the book more

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  • Mystee
  • 07-12-22

Another good trilogy

I love the link between the supernatural races and how they tie in. I do wish the men were a little more equal. I understand making the women strong but I still think the men need to be alphas in their own right. Other then that love it and will be starting the next trilogy soon.