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Broken Compass

Written by: Jaymin Eve
Narrated by: Eva Kaminsky,Chris Kipiniak
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From author Jaymin Eve comes a new chapter in the Supernatural Prison World....

Maximus Compass is a vampire without direction. Without heart. And without soul. He lost his true mate in the great battle against the dragon king, and now must face life alone.

And yet something is happening to his agony. It's fading away, leaving him with barely a memory of the female he believed to be his one and only.

As his mind clears he starts to wonder if the mate bond had been nothing more than a manufactured ploy. This suspicion explodes within him right around the time he runs back into a certain wolf shifter.

Mischa Lebron is a complication he doesn't need in his life. He can't erase her from his mind though, and while memories of his supposed true mate continue to fade into mere shadows, his one night with Mischa is blazingly strong. But they're not of the same supernatural race, so there's no way for a true bond to exist between them.

Right?

When an old threat rips apart their pack, Maximus will come to realize that he would do anything to save Mischa. That the mate he thought was perfect and precious was nothing on the shifter he walked away from. Now Maximus truly has everything to lose.

©2016 Jaymin Eve (P)2016 Jaymin Eve

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Comments are pretty Harsh, i disagree

Careful theres spoiler alert.

So I've been reading the comment while listenign to the book. Im half way through. And I'm pretty shocked about them. Very harsh about narration, I find Eva did a good job at it, giving Mischa her own personality, which seems to be a big point of contention (I'll get back to this). As for Chris i wouldn't call is monotone as much as Robotic, there is room for improvement, but it remains better then having a female use her male voice for narration. Very few female narrator usually manage a good performance on both end for the entirety of a book.

Story wise, I'm apologies for all the complainign below but f*uck, as much as book 1 to 3 was about the compasses and the Lebron twins, as much as the remaining 4 books including this one will be. They are so intertwine in the story you can't seperate them. Each chapter focus on Maximus and Mischa development. Yes theres some Braxton and Jessa in between but the same happened in book 1 - 3 some chapters were purely jessa and mischa or jessa and Max and so on.

As for the spoiler Kristoff is even more evil the Larky and has made me discover in my mind nwas of inflicting pain worst then some of the most gruesome scene in Game of Thrones. I hope he suffers a slow painful drag over many years death....

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