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Beltran Varik believes in science.
It holds all the answers he seeks.
Except for one.
How in the world did he end up falling in love with two werewolves?
Of course, there was no way science could account for the beauty, warmth, and mind-blowing sexiness of Wyatt and River.
The two shifters are outcasts from their own kind, and must seek the protection of a vampire.
Bel might take them in out of a need to keep them safe, but his feelings for them grow into something so much deeper.
Unfortunately, Bel might have to choose between his wolves and his family as a fight brews with the local werewolf pack and the Variks face a darker threat from the Ministry.
Waking Bel is the third book in the Lords of Discord paranormal romance series. This book is an MMM and contains vampires, werewolves, nosy brothers, music, science, Ozzie the raven, so many first times, hope, dirty talk, and a love that will never end.
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I have read this book countless times
And when I heard it was on audio, with a new narrator, I HAD to get it. I hate to say it, but I was not a big fan of Mr. Obi, and I do feel terrible because I was actually glad someone else had taken over the narration for this series.
Story wise - love it, LOVE IT. I have no complaints, other than I wanted more.
Performance - so Kale Williams is new to me, therefore I had no idea what to expect. I love his voice, he sounds nice and young the way I picture the characters to be - since, you know, they are like 30 and under. His voice is nice and deep and guess what? He actually got it right !!! Yes, at the start, the characters have a British accent because THEY ARE BRITISH. Of course they lose their accent after decades in the US. Phillipe - HE IS FRENCH, and Kale gave us that, something that was missing through the whole of his own book with Rafe in this series. I appreciate that more than I can say. My only gripe is that he doesn't really do female voices very well, and sometimes the voices of the characters were too similar to tell them apart. Granted, there are a shit ton of characters in each book.
All and all, out of the 3 books on audio so far - this is my favorite. I can only hope the author keeps him as the narrator for the following books.
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