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- DarkWorld: SkinWalker, Book 1
- Narrated by: Genevieve Lerner
- Length: 11 hrs and 10 mins
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By night's pale light, Kai hunts evil on the streets of Chicago....
Her human friends have no idea that a supernatural worlds exists alongside theirs. No idea shifters and demons walk in the shadows. And Kai prefers to keep it that way. That is, until she discovers the body of a murdered shifter. The discovery quickly embroils her in a world of supernatural drug-dealing and renegade shifters who leave a trail of blood and mayhem wherever they go.
When Logan Westin, paranormal investigator and super-hot human, begins investigating the same murder, Kai refuses to allow her feelings to control her. Humans are off-limits, no matter how sizzlingly sexy they are. But can Kai keep him at bay? And does she even want to?
In the blink of an eye her comfortable life is gone, a dear friend murdered, and shifters are disappearing around her. To survive and to save her loved ones, Kai must allow herself to trust Logan, to give her scarred heart to someone again.
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- sue ward
This is the first book I’ve read by this author and with a Black panther among other shifters, wraiths and mages theres alot of interesting things happening., it’s fast paced, could get a little confusing, once or twice I went back over an odd bit as initially felt like I missed something but that was probably more to do with the narrator’s delivery than anything else. Nice twists in the plot. I Like the world this author has created. A strong female lead though a bit young considering her skills and her job! As for Kai and Logan’s romantic connection, I never really felt any heat between the two but there is something very sweet and protective in the way Logan is with her that it’s clear how he feels.
One question I was left with, what happened to Anjelo?, she went through the portal looking primarily for him but that didn’t reach a conclusion? With the exception of that it all tied together nicely leaving just enough of a hook to make you want the next book.