Narrator: Nicole Poole
Length: 12 hours
Series: Crossbreed #10
Published by Dannika Dark on May 16, 2021
Genres: Urban Fantasy
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Only a week after solving their last case, Raven is itching for a new assignment. In her downtime, she’s focusing on the two most important men in her life: her father and Christian. But there’s no rest for the wicked.
When an old friend seeks Raven’s expertise on a delicate matter, Viktor reluctantly accepts the case. But without evidence of a crime, they might have no choice but to walk away, even if that means countless bodies filling the graveyard. Dark secrets, evil forces, and an unexpected visitor will keep you on the edge of your seat.
If only the dead could talk.
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Raven is a little antsy waiting for her next job when she is approached by a friend asking her to investigate suspicious deaths going on in the shifter community. Raven tries to convince Viktor to take it on, he actually tells Lenore about the problem who gives her advice. Raven hits up Blue as a partner for this job as Blue really needs to do something to get out of her funk.
The case takes a lot of twists and turns. We do get to see the side characters doing their thing. I love the whole Keystone crew. The resolution is not exactly perfect, but it was the best available. The case seemed to drag a bit for me. I was really worried about Lenore’s involvement. I’m not a big fan of her. So finding out her end game was a little disturbing to me. She needs to be gone, not more involved.
I just can’t help laughing at most of the book. There is seriousness, but no matter what section I open the book to, there is something funny. The dialogue is snarky. I want to see more of Crush and Christian together. Holy hell they are funny. I can’t get enough of this series. I do recommend the audio because Nicole Poole does a kick ass job with it. I love her Christian voice.
This series is one of my favorites and I will recommend it to anyone who loves urban fantasy as much as I do.
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