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Ronan Wentz has been to hell and back, and he carries the scars to prove it. Worse: The blood of a monster runs through his veins.

After 10 years in foster care, 18-year-old Ronan is finally reunited with family. His uncle gives him a roof over his head and puts him to work, managing a shabby apartment complex in Santa Cruz, California. But a second chance is still a second chance. Ronan becomes a solitary hunter, a vigilante, walking the streets at night to keep the nightmares at bay. If he can use the anger burning in his tainted blood to protect instead of hurt, maybe then he’ll find the absolution he seeks.

Then he meets Shiloh.

Shiloh Barrera looks like she has it all together. Smart, ambitious, and full of artistic creativity she channels into making beautiful, one-of-kind jewelry. But Shiloh’s cool, capable demeanor is a front. Her demons drive her to succeed as much as her ambition - to prove her worth to the mother who can’t stand to look at her and who’s harboring secrets of her own.

When Shiloh and Ronan meet, the physical attraction is instant and scorching. Neither believe it will last. Falling in love is an impossible pipe dream saved for those less shattered and damaged than they are. But as hard as they try to resist, the growing feelings between them seem inevitable...until one terrible night destroys Shiloh’s dreams and Ronan’s future. When the smoke clears, and the rubble settles, they’ll have to choose: Do their pasts determine their future, or can they build a new one from the broken pieces of their hearts?

©2021 Emma Scott Books, LLC (P)2021 Podium Audio

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This was a good book!

All three books in this series were really wonderful. They all tell a story of true undying love no matter the struggle and of people who survive incredible loss and struggle and pain to realize they deserve all the love in the world. There is enough middle stuff in Order for it not to be too sappy. I am looking in to more books from this author since I loved these books so much.

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story good, but narration mediocre

I want to say the story was great, but Morae Brehon's narration really is one note. Her male narration sound like they're all old Southern men, like Foghorn Leghorn. And the women are so breathy and tortured, that there's no joy or redeeming quality in the women. You have to suspend all of that and really push through for the story and the romance and the dialogue. I really like the writing.

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Great Story and Narration

I thoroughly enjoyed the way Ms Morea and Mr Teddy narrated the book. This would have been an awesome Duet narration, just because how the narrators worked great together. The story line was a little hard to get into, but once in you were hook line and sinker. Sorry for the fishing metaphor. Loved the hardship that was placed to become a learning of strength and love in the long run. Way to go Ms Emma.

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Wonderful book

Wonderful book and wonderful end to the series. I enjoyed the read and the characters. The narrators did a fantastic job.

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super story

I loved this story. had me choking up but totally a great book. 2nd chances, love, friendship and family. real life situations all around great.

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My heart is full

The perfect end to upgrade series. I wanted more developments with the lost boys friendship but the stories are mainly about the romance.

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Good book.

The book was good till the trial The whole trial part was just stupid.

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Brilliant

If you do anything in boring January you must listen to the 3rd book of the lost boys series it’s a great read I’d recommend reading/listening to the first two books first because it all comes together nicely at the end . I just really liked the characters Emma Scott draws you in with the story it’s a really good audible.