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Water Nymph

Dark Impulse, Book 4
Written by: Edmund Hughes
Narrated by: Erin Bateman
Length: 7 hrs and 8 mins
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Home on Lestaron Island, Jack finds himself with a new, much more domestic array of problems. The doubts unearthed by Volandar’s assertion that Jack’s father is still alive push him into an unorthodox and potentially illegal investigation.

Now that Mira’s living at the mansion under the guise of his new gardener, he's also forced to carefully manage the unexpected toll it places on his relationship with Ryoko. And of course, his ever-present need to feed poses the new question of whom to bite and how often.

Warning: This book contains graphic sex, a slow building harem, and increasingly disconcerting moral dilemmas.

©2018 Edmund Hughes (P)2019 Edmund Hughes

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  • Clay
  • 2019-02-14

boring

At first loved the series. Now it's boring. The mc is overall boring and naive.

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  • Dakota Murphy George
  • 2019-01-28

Why is it I always want to hear more!!

So many twists and turns, but so entertaining. I'm looking forward to hearing the next book.

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  • joshua abutin
  • 2019-03-19

loved it

The best part of this book is how it tackles a very serious subject of mental health. Along with everything else, the story manages to ease a real problem that affect many on a daily basis. Another great book and I can't wait to continue to the next.

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