Toil and Trouble (Unabridged)
by H. P. Mallory
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From New York Times and USA Today best-selling fantasy romance author, HP Mallory, comes The Jolie Wilkins series! “H.P. Mallory has a quick wit, a fresh voice, and a clever way with words. If you like Charlaine Harris, you’ll love H.P. Mallory!” (Larissa Lone, New York Times Best-selling Vampire Romance Series Author) If you like your books steamy (this is a paranormal romance series for adults, not for kids or teens!) and you appreciate a good witch, warlock and vampire romance triangle, listen on! Toil And Trouble is the second book in the Jolie Wilkins series (witch romance books). The Underworld in civil war. The cause? A witch who can reanimate the dead. A sexy as sin vampire determined to claim her. An infuriatingly handsome warlock torn between duty and love. Who says blonds have more fun? After defending herself against fairy magic, Jolie Wilkins wakes to find her world turned upside down - the creatures of the Underworld on the precipice of war. The Underworld is polarized in a battle of witch against witch, creature against creature, led by the villainous Bella, who would be Queen. While Jolie has one goal in mind - to stake the vampire who nearly killed her - she also must choose between the affections of her warlock employer, Rand, and the mysteriously sexy vampire, Sinjin. And as if that weren’t enough to ruin a girl’s day, everything Jolie knows will be turned inside out when she’s thrust into the shock of a lifetime.
Why isn't this an ebook?
When I read the first book in a series and it's an ebook, I think the rest in the series are ebooks well. The second book of the series is either an audiobook or a regular book. I personally don't like audiobooks for a series unless you are going to do them all from being to end with the same voice actors. Once I have read a book, the voices my mind makes up for the characters based on the authors descriptions are ways better than the voice actor trying to perform different parts.... so to buy an audio book after reading an ebook just doesn't work for me and I would believe others as well. With everything now electronic I don't understand why the option for this 2nd book in the series not have that option. I find I buy more ebooks than paper books, I also find I buy and run a series of ebooks and then if I really enjoy the series will purchase the hard covers for my library to re-read on rainy days or me days. Please consider running your series and this book into ebook format. I now have to decide if I want to wait the shipping time to continue this series or look to another