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What Doesn't Destroy Us: When Dani shows up with her provocative temper and innocent charm, Shadow begins to question his violent lifestyle. But can he trust her with his demons?

The Scars That Define Us: Not knowing who he can trust or who he can forgive has left Shadow feeling alone. As he is lying behind his rifle, he wonders if he can pull the trigger to eliminate the threat.

The Fear That Divides Us: Jessica is the only female who has Bobby distracted in his game. He's seen the marks on her body, ones that tell the horrors she's lived through. Can he help Jessica, or will it mean giving up his carefree life?

The Lies Between Us: Lip will do anything for the club without question, including serving six years in prison. But nobody could have predicted life's plan. Rugged and tattooed, Lip is no longer the man whom Cherry remembers. After his release, he came out a beast with more secrets and lies than his cage could hold.

What Might Kill Us: Bull's unsure of the direction of his life, when the answer - consisting of a terrified Mexican girl - nearly knocks him off his feet. He sees Anahi, and he wants her. But she may come with more baggage than he is ready for.

Contains mature themes.

©2014, 2016 M. N. Forgy (P)2021 Tantor

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loved this series

this was the first series I read by this author and already looking for more

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Devil's dusk is a great book 5 stars all around

It was a wonderful book interesting had a lot of a lot of sexy parts and a lot of emotional parts Loved the authors authors and the voice actors

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So worth the credit

Each book sucked me in and made me fall in love with a new member and their love and loyalty to their chosen family.

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Don’t bother

The whining was so bad that I had to stop after 2 hours. The plot was full of holes and no light relief seemed possible. I do not think this the author for me

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Read by two of my favorite narrators.Excellent job!

The story flowed nicely through out the books. The only bad thing was that TomKat was taken out of the story. He would’ve have made a great character. I really enjoyed the last one of this book set. Looking forward for more books by MM Forgy.

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Waste of a credit

The level of angst and cringe in this box set is unbelievable. I tried to give it a chance, I listened to the first two books, but is was horrible. It’s hard to say who is more whiny: Dani or Shadow. Shadow literally blames his “darkness” on the fact that his mom was a drug addict who neglected him. Dani is the same. He reminds me so much of scrawny white guys who post videos themselves talking about be scared of them unleashing their demons.

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  • Debbie
  • 07-20-21

It’s a no from me 😬

I love reading about badass alpha dominant, domineering men, but Shadow in the first 2 books made me want to kick him in the nuts. The first sign of trouble, EVERY TIME, had that looser turning his back on Dani. Came across as a weak man. YUK
The other stories aren’t as bad