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I don’t apologize or regret the destruction I’m about to cause. I’m at peace with what I must do...nothing can or will stand in my way. Not even the raven-haired beauty with golden eyes who haunts my dreams. 

No one is innocent in the story of my life. Fairy tales don’t exist! 

I. Make. No. Excuses. 

Everyone needs to atone, and I’m the man who is going to see to it.

©2019 Cassandra Robbins (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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  • RACHEL REED
  • 2020-12-28

Raw, gritty and Dark!!

This one was raw, gritty and emotional!!
After listening to Lethal I immediately dived into this one and absolutely loved it.
I would recommend listening /reading this after Lethal although it can be enjoyed as a standalone as well.

The narrators Troy Duran and Veronica Parker delivery a gripping and compelling narration which made this one so hard to put down!

If you like a raw, bad boy, dark romance with an amazing narration be sure to pick this one up.

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  • Denise
  • 2021-03-25

Another winner for MC romance!

This is book 2 in the Disciples MC series. I read the reviews about how this book was a "repeat" of book one and I could not disagree more. David/Poet is nothing like the character of Blade in the first book, the situation was completely different and the heroine, "Charlie" was nothing like Eve. The whole premise of the story was different than the first book, other than the fact that in both books the H/h met first at an earlier time.

David/Poet had been away for 9 years after losing his daughter and family in an explosion. He has a death wish but wants to avenge the death of his daughter before he succumbs to whatever life has in store for him. He is convinced his life is not worth living and that everything he touches is obliterated. Charlie met David when she was young and impressionable and it was love at first sight. Their story is one of anguish, drug abuse, MC drama and hyper sexual. It was hard to believe that a woman could love as hard as Charlie and put up with his disappearing acts.

David and Charlies story was good, but I would not give it five stars. It is graphic sexually and includes drug abuse and manic mood swings as a result. However, their journey and redemption is a good listen. I would recommend this book. Well done (again) Ms. Robbins!

Troy Duran's narration is stellar. He brings a sensuality that also reflects the strength expected in an alpha type male in an MC . I could listen to his voice non-stop! Veronica Parker also did a good job with her performance, however it was overshadowed by Duran, in my opinion.

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  • JP
  • 2021-04-26

David (aka Poet) & Charlize (aka Charlie)

***** Spoiler Alert *****

Audible review. Dual POV. Book 2 of 4 in The Disciples Series. Troy Duran's voice is perfect. Veronica Parker's voice is ok but didn't match what I imagined Charlie to sound like. Trigger warnings: drugs and alcohol; explosion killed David's wife, daughter, cousin & uncle; David kills Lucky; Jason kills Dozer & Burner.

David (aka Poet) was 21 & Charlize (aka Charlie) was 17 when they met in Charlie's parents' diner. David was in love with her but married to Debbie with a 1 year old daughter. On the day David decided to make a move on Charlie his wife, daughter, uncle and cousin were killed in an explosion. After David's family was killed he ran away from everything and got heavily into drugs. Nine years later, David (30) is finally clean and returns home to avenge the deaths of his family. Charlie (26) went to college, dated a bit and is now single and running her family's diner with her mom. David and Charlie come to an agreement after David tells her they can't be more than friends with benefits. David and Jason (aka Blade) figure out who the traitors were that supplied intel to their rival MC. They immediately kill all 3 men, David spirals back into drug abuse while the rest of the Disciples go after the other MC. Charlie helps David until he leaves her again for 3 months. David went to rehab, got clean a second time, went to Spain, his friend went to tell him it was time to come back. David returns, goes to Charlie, they make up, David proposes. Epilogue (1 year later): Charlie's 6 months pregnant for their son, they live within walking distance of Jason and Eve, and David gets a call that Dolly stabbed Edge...JP

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  • Julie Solano
  • 2021-03-17

Expected more.

Honestly, the first book was great, this book is basically the same story with different characters. Don’t get me wrong it’s entertaining, but the voice of the female character is just bland... there is no sultry or enticing anything in her voice so the intimate scenes are just so... uninteresting. She was not a good choice. There is no emotion in her voice. Like she is super uncomfortable reading this.

Anyhow, I’m still going to listen to the next book.

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  • Laxshmi
  • 2021-01-04

Same male voice from Lethal

Lethal was so well done. Great voices for female and I loved the male voice, strong and commanding. So how then can you listen to the same make voice as a different character in the same series??? I had totally bought into him as Blade. So, because of that it feels like Blade is having this relationship with Charlie. If you never listen to any of the others in the series, go ahead. Otherwise it was messed up.

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  • Cynthia
  • 2020-12-21

Not as good as the 1st book

I liked the 1st book in this series so I thought I'd give e this one a try....It didn't cut it for me