Narrator: Victoria McGloven
Length: 5 hours 40 minutes
Series: Reapers #6
Published by St. Martin's Press on August 7, 2018
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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There is no escaping a Reaper. I am an elite assassin, part of a brotherhood that only answers to Death. And when Death says your time is up, I’m coming for you…
Where Death leads, I follow. Nothing will stop me from my duty – not even the darkness that claims me. It’s the music that leads me from the dark, returning me to my brethren and a new foe that has risen. Learning who hunts Thea could be the key to unraveling what we need to know to defeat our enemy. The Half-Fae’s music stirs a passion within me that I’ve never known. For her, I will break my vow of silence. For her…I will risk everything.
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We finally get to find Eoghan! He is drawn to music and is able to follow that music to find his way out of the realm he was stuck on. He now has interesting eyes. He is also completely drawn to Thea, the musician who helped him.
Despite Death hiding away, she does make an appearance to Eoghan with a proposition. He is not completely convinced he is the person for the job, but soon finds himself fitting right in. Another advantage the Reapers have is that Bran does not know Eoghan is still alive, or the secret he carries.
Xaneth, a spy for both courts, kidnaps Thea which begins a whole rabbit hole of just who Thea is. She grew up in foster homes and has no idea of her powers or her true family. Eoghan has taken her as his, and works to find out the reason Thea is so important.
The ending of Dark Alpha’s Hunger was a surprise to me. Down to everyone that helps confront the person responsible for Thea’s problems. I was totally freaking out over how far things went. Reveals are made that may cause problems for multiple people and I am really worried about what the knowledge will bring to the Reapers.
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