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    One sassy pyromaniac thief, three sexy-as-sin monsters, and a paranormal conspiracy of epic proportions. 

    It was an ordinary job. Another night, another asshole collector of the supernatural. I free some poor little beasties from their cages, pocket a few trinkets to pay my bills, and burn the place down on my way out. Just call me the Robin Hood of monster emancipation. 

    I didn’t count on three manly monsters following me home like lost puppies. Stunningly hot lost puppies, but still. Now I’ve got a seductively cheeky incubus, a sweetly enthusiastic demon, and a grimly stoic angel camped out in my kitchen. They’re determined to repay me for my help, and they won’t get out of my apartment until they’re satisfied we’re even. 

    To be fair, they’ve got no place else to go. A covert band of hunters captured their boss, and the trail is ice-cold. I’ll lend a hand if it means I can send them on their way...and when it looks like we’re up against the same creeps who murdered the person I loved most, you’d better believe I’m all in. 

    Track down the baddies. 

    Steal back the boss. 

    Don’t get killed along the way. 

    Oh, and maybe hook up with a monstrous hottie or two. 

    Piece of cake. 

    I’m so going to regret this. 

    Shadow Thief is the first book in a new reverse harem urban fantasy series. If you love kickass heroines with sass to spare, drool-worthy monsters with their own sense of morality, and steamy romances where there'll be no choosing required, dive in now!

    ©2020 Eva Chase (P)2020 Eva Chase

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    • AlliTheBookWyrm
    • 17/08/2020

    Great Reverse Harem Listen!

    I really enjoyed this listen! I found it an interesting and unique RH urban fantasy with lots of action and twists and tuns. I also love that the relationships are progressing at different speeds, leaving romantic suspense while still enjoying some steamy scenes! The FMC is also badass and her guys are all well-defined characters and each one is unique. I can't wait to find out what happens next with these characters!

    The narration was fantastic! Vanessa Moyen and Aiden Snow are both favorites of mine and they did not disappoint.

    Quick & Dirty Details:
    - Badass FMC
    - Reverse Harem
    - Urban Fantasy
    - Fast Burn & Steamy
    - Multi POV
    - Fast-paced and Action-packed

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    • Global
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    • Ravens9308
    • 07/09/2020

    4.5 Stars for this comedic RH with dark undertones

    I really enjoyed this first book in Eva Chase's new series! I wasn't expecting it to be so funny, but it definitely won me over. I will say it was a little hard for me to get engrossed, not sure why, but once I was like 30 mins into the audiobook I was hooked. I enjoyed the set-up Eva gave us for the rest of the series. I am intrigued by what this evil organization is doing and how the MCs are all involved. I love the 3 guys, each with their own flaws/darkness but the way they are loyal and protective of Sorsha, but they are learning she can handle things on her own. I loved the humor with our devourer, who is seeing the human plane in a new light/for the first time. I fell for the sexy incubus right away, I can tell he has an ooey gooey center and is falling hard for the feisty yet vulnerable thief. And the reveals on the stoic and sometimes unemotional (definitely keeps this close to the vest) made me want mooooore from him haha. And I am so unsure what the new character will do to this dynamic. I cannot wait to dive into book 2 on audiobook soon ❤️

    For the narration, Eva got some power hitters for sure! I love Aiden's voices, he always has that tremble that really works for paranormal audiobooks. Like sometimes it doesnt sound really how smooth his tone is. Vanessa is a powerhouse for sure, and does amazingly with funnier books. I loved her in Curse of the Gods, so sometimes her male voices made me instantly go back to the Abcurses but thats not anyones fault, her voice is so distinct though. I thought they did amazingly, nothing to fault from me.

    I would recommend this series to anyone, especially those looking for humor in even a darker themed book! I loved how Snap reacted to things, so adorable and made my evening walks during this pandemic super enjoyable hahaha. People gave me some funny looks while I am walking past them but oh well hahaha. I am excited to see what Eva does with these Shadow creatures and how they can team up to defeat this evil conglomerate/organization. I am nervous about Omen, but we shall see ❤️❤️❤️

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    • amazonmama
    • 17/12/2020

    Loved the story, buuuuut...

    I chose this book in Kindle & opted for whispersync/audio also, because I've been too busy to sit still & read a book from beginning to end lately. I love being able to toggle back & forth. I really did enjoy this book, but the narration drove me nuts. Aiden Snow did a nice job on narration, but the weird accent that Vanessa Moyen gave Thorn was super annoying. In the beginning of the book, when Thorn's character was introduced, it was said that "His voice came out deep and gravelly" & "Thorn’s formal way of speaking and outfit of tunic and trousers suggested any significant time he’d spent here had been a few eras ago". That was in no way how Vanessa portrayed Thorn. What really drove me crazy though, was that while Vanessa portrayed Thorn with the weird & annoying accent... Aiden portrayed Thorn with no accent. It sounded deep & formal, the way you would expect from the description. I don't know how in the world this uber oops was overlooked. I personally think that a male narrator should follow the lead of the female narrator, when portraying the female characters. & the female narrator should follow the lead of the male narrator, when portraying the male charachters. Is it not normal for both narrators to have a sample, prior to the start of production, when producing dual narration? Ugh! I sure hope they figure this out before the second book. I really did enjoy the book. But I found myself waiting until I could actually read the Vanessa chapters in Kindle & then only listening to Aiden's narrated chapters... which wasn't convenient, nor what I had planned :(

    *** Other than the weird accent of Thorn, Vanessa's narration was actually very good!

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    • VaWineLover
    • 05/09/2020

    Fantastic new series

    I'm going to love this new series. Sorsha is a great character. She is determined to free all the supernatural creatures she can from the rich collectors who buy them on the black market. One particular night she does her usual break-in and frees various shadow monsters by giving them shadows to escape through and then cutting them an escape route in their cages. She is astonished to find a separate room with three huge cages in it that contain?? Unfortunately, she sets off an alarm and after hastily freeing - whatever they are - she torches the place and manages to make her own escape. Same ole, same ole. Until she wakes up the next morning to find herself the proud, er, owner of three huge shadowmen. Apparently she saved them and now they were determined to repay her, whether she wanted them to or not.

    So starts Sorsha's adventures with Thorn, Snap, and Ruse. Thorn is brawn, Snap has the look of a sun god, and Ruse is, well, Ruse is an incubus. A very tasty looking incubus and he needs, er. to replenish his energy. Sorsha finally gives in, I mean a girl needs some lovin' every now and then and who better than an incubus? It seems the guys have sort of misplaced their boss, Omen. Well, actually he was captured before they were, and not by a collector. Sorsha agrees to use her contacts to help them find him. Read what happens for yourself. Enjoy.

    I was given an advanced copy of this audio book by the author. My review is voluntary.

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    • L.j.
    • 21/02/2021

    Fun and captivating storyline, need more!

    Vanessa Moyen and Aiden Snow truly bring this story to life. They also make sure following dialogues is a breeze, a fun one at that, given what is written, I so love this story. This is one of those audiobooks that might be so much better than reading the book yourself. Such great performance, true to the characters, love it!


    Shadowkind are the monsters in this otherwise quite normal contemporary world. They come in all sizes, shapes and inclinations, which is intriguing and promising stroy-wise. Some we know would be called fae or demon in other stories but here they’re all Shadowkind. Able to travel through the shadows, seemingly vanishing or teleporting themselves.

    Some humans don’t know they exist, others do. And of course, there’re always some that fear them, just because they are unfamiliar so they are labeled as monsters and to be avoided. Others only see a form of magic that might be used to their own advantage somehow. And then there are collectors. Some might be collecting them for practical reasons, to sell or something like that but some just collect them like trophies. Collecting them as if they were pokémons or coins, stamps, cards, or any other kind of collectable items.


    Those who know of their existence and have interacted with them, see the real beings underneath the monster they are labeled to be.
    Sorsha is one of those people. Not only is she a member of a (secret) group that aims to protect the Shadowkind but in secret she is also an elusive vigilante breaking in and freeing the Shadowkind that are trapped in such collections.

    The bigger the creature, the harder to control keeping it alive (they need some amount of food and exercise to prevent them from withering away) so Sorsha mostly finds little creatures.
    She is dumbfounded when she finds herself in a room so big it’s more like a warehouse filled with cages. The number of cages is bigger than she’s ever seen but then there are those three really big cages. The bigger the creature the more powerful so she is baffled by either this collectors hubris to be able to control them or his resources that he actually can keep such large creatures without problems.
    She also needs a second to wonder whether freeing these creatures would be good or bad but seeing as they are living beings just like other Sadowkind, she didn’t need long to think about setting them free.

    But it seems, there is a complication about freeing those 3 big creatures that she couldn’t have foreseen. When these 3 rather human-like creatures show up the next day, claiming to be forever in her debt for freeing them, the fun stuff (for us readers at least) truly begins!

    The way the Shadowkind can be trapped in cages, held in bright without shadows anywhere they can escape to and the creatures becoming a sort of dark misty cloud with some features visible every now and then is great. Rather heartbreaking but storywise it is well thought out and it all feels like it could be real.
    I also found the trio of men sooo well presented, one of them is new to this world, another seems to come from the Middle Ages and the author never forgets this, making for some fun parts and some hilarious ones. So thumbs up for the story, it’s characters, their interactions, the way it’s narrated and more. I shall definitely continue this series!
    While this is a RH Romance, it is not instalove. It’s not completely slow-burn, although it has some slow-burn but it’s not instantaneous either, it evolves naturally.

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    • Cami Cole
    • 15/01/2021

    Ready for the next one!

    This was an interesting read. The author did a stellar job at world building and vividly bringing each character to life in my imagination. A few parts were a little slow-paced for my liking but I never lost my overall intrigue. I’m geared up to read the next installment!! Good narration - I love Aiden Snow!

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    • Kasumatata
    • 28/11/2020

    Amazing narrators

    This is another amazing start to a series. The world and introduction of the characters is compelling and I really want to find out more about them. The Narration is taken care of by 2 of my favourite narrators and I love how they add that extra pinch of personality to these characters. Very well done indeed!

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    • Jess HybridRose
    • 06/10/2020

    It is ok

    The story was just starting to get interesting at the end. Not sure if I would listen to the next book though.

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    • Stormer83
    • 04/09/2020

    so good

    Great start to a new series good story fun and entertaining can't wait to hear the rest series

    I received this audio book free for an honest review.

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    • Brooke
    • 02/09/2020

    Loved it!

    No spoilers,but all I got to say is that you should really listen to this book. I'm already in love with her monsters and the series just started. Just trust me on this you well too!

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