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Publisher's Summary

Books 1-4 in the Haven Hart series

Snow Falling: A man with a dangerous past and a man with a dangerous future find love amidst murder and mayhem. But with Snow's life being threatened at every turn, will Christopher's best be enough to prevent Snow Falling?

Hug It Out: When a mole is discovered within Riordan's organization, relationships are compromised, and people's lives are in danger. Time isn't on their side, and they discover answers can't always be found by hugging it out when someone is hell-bent on eliminating each and every one of them.

A Dangerous Dance: Bill and Mace's traitorous hearts draw them closer, together no matter how hard they fight the inevitable. With the lives of their loved ones hanging in the balance, they find themselves in the middle of a dangerous dance. 

From the Ashes: Unknowingly sharing the same goal-burying their own pasts deeper than the fires of hell can reach - Black and Quill are unaware that jumping into that fire will do more than ignite their feelings, it could lead to their own demise.

Contains mature themes.

©2017, 2018 Davidson King (P)2021 Tantor

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What a series...

Snow Falling: The writing in the story was riveting and kept me wanting to come back for more. Intrigue and mayhem mixed with a bit of love...what a mafia story. Snow and Christopher are an amazing pair and I enjoyed listening to their journey of discovery.

Hug it Out: The second in the Haven Hart series...interesting to say the least. I enjoyed listening to the story and getting entangled in the story of Teddy and Riordan...the hugging thing was hard for me to wrap my brain around. At first, I spent so much time thinking about the reality of a job but in this world who knows. As the story progressed and the intrigue of Riordan's work and the addition of other characters, not to mention how it tied in with Snow and Christopher...I liked it, but...

A Dangerous Dance: Third in the series...at first, I did not think I was going to like this book. But not sure what happened, but I loved the journey to Mace and Bill. The intrigue and mystery of the story and all the action, and then Mace and Bill coming to terms with their entanglement...damn good book. I could not stop listening, causing the next day to be very long but well worth the journey.

From the Ashes: Learning the history about Black put a lot of things into perspective. Also, realizing that Quill, though young, had been through a lot as well. Though there is an age gap between the two, they fit, and you could tell as the story was presented. As always, the story includes intrigue, a bit of mystery, and a love story in the making. The ending was very symbolic, and I was a bit verklempt. I really enjoyed this journey, the 4th part of the Haven Hart Universe series. I am looking forward to seeing where we go next...

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Blah Dual Narration

I love these books. I read the first before there was a narration available. Bought the audio solely because of Joel Leslie. I'll never understand why, when you've contracted an amazing voice actor like Joel Leslie, you'd ruin it by throwing in a dual narration. I'd listen to other books read by Philip Aces (or these read just by him), this isn't an issue of him being bad. But having the dual narration just pulls me out of the story every chapter.
rating for Joel: 5 stars
rating for Philip as a narrator: 5 stars
rating for the dual narration: 3 stars

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Loved the narration and revisiting the characters in the first four books of the Haven Hart series. Davidson King outdid herself with the writing and both narrators nailed the characters to a T. Teddy had me in stitches. Now on to the next bundle in the Haven Hart series.

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Addictive Series!

The first four books in this series were fantastic! Fascinating characters and fast paced stories. I'm diving into the next books!!🔥🖤 100% recommend!

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Great Box Set

I've read the books and enjoyed; listening to the series just took it to another level.

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Worth buying!

Let me start off by saying... Kick-Ass series! Joel Leslie is phenomenal. His narration, delivery, speed changes along with voice changes. You can't even compare it to someone elses, because there's no one else to compare it with. He's that good. If I were a teacher giving this a grade by percentage. Philip Alces comes in second with a 80% Mr. Leslie got a 110%. With bonuses and all. Mr Alces is no slouch. That 80% is well earned. This series will leave you wanting more. Mind you I had nothing to compare this to. It being my first audible book ever. So I'm coming back to review this after I've listened to other audibles. So I would have something to compare it to. My warning here is... If you have never ever listened to an audiobook. Don't start here. Get a little bit under your belt before you start, because this audiobook will ruin every other one, cuz it's that good! My first audible buy! And yes I'm not telling you about the story because I'll ruin it for you. Lay your head back, close your eyes and enjoy. See for yourself

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way too uneven for me

Even Joel Leslie's narration could not save this collection for me. Too much casual violence mixed with too many unnecessary repeated descriptions of a coffee shop. The whole thing was just not enough satisfaction and too much gore and fluff. I made it a little way into the second book and then gave up.

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great book bundle.. must have

I normally don't do reviews but I really enjoyed this story line. I have heard this story so many times already... I have to keep re listening.. Love the narrators voices are great. Love the story plots gotta say best ever.

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Story=Good / Narration both Good/Bad

The story is good so far, will update once I finish the series.

Joel Leslie is one of my favorite narrators, he is so good with his acting/different voices he gets 5/5 stars. Philip Alces whistles on the "s" of words, which was grating and made the experience not that great during his chapters. It would have been better to just have Leslie narrate the whole thing since his voice changing is so good. I hate harsh reviews, but man, the whistle. Without that Alces would have been okay, so maybe I will find that he remedies this habit/voice as the story progresses. One can hope. Sorry Alces, Leslie takes the cake.