Submission: A Supernatural Mystery and Romance

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She has watched through the veil for centuries…now it’s her time to escape.

Denied her happily ever after, Anne Hastings has waited almost five centuries to pierce the veil and find one for herself.

Gabriel Watson suspects Anne is in trouble when he sees Anne entering the Savoy with Rachel’s friend, Saoirse. He wants to know who she is, why she’s checking into the hotel with no luggage, and why she’s meeting with an infamous forger.

His friends Roark and Holmes have settled down with two beautiful mischief-makers. Gabe figures whatever they’re up to with Anne can’t be good. And he’s right. Anne is on the run from two men who will do whatever it takes to drag Anne back – the Warder of the Veil and the Angel of Death.

Gabe has to solve the mystery that surrounds Anne before she is pulled back into eternal darkness and torment. But time is running out.

Welcome to the opulent world of the Masters of the Savoy, where the men and women might be a little different – more than human. The men appeared out of nowhere one day, determined to grab life and look for love. But watch out…you never know what darkness lurks in the shadows.

Author note: Submission is a mystery romance with steamy heat in and out of the bedroom for mature listeners. Each book in the series is stand-alone with no cliff-hanger endings.

1 review for Submission: A Supernatural Mystery and Romance

  1. Vicki

    I love Delta James’ books but it took me a little while to get into this one. This was an interesting take on Ann Boleyn, Queen of England, and King Henry. King Henry was horrible and had her beheaded. The warder met her to escort her to the light but she refused to go. Her life was cut short and she found a way the come back. Almost five centuries later, Ann escapes through the veil. In a world that is new to her, she is befriended by Saoirse, the Irish witch. From there, the book really takes off. Gabe, head of security at the Savoy, has eyes for Ann as soon as he sees her and sets out to get her. He wants the kind of love that his friends Roarke and Holmes has. This turned out to be a very good book that has romance, action, as well as some humor. It was so funny when Ann called Gabe a churlish knave. Gabe was awesome. JT Farrell is an outstanding narrator who had no problem switching between accents. He also does very believable female voices. I received this free copy audiobook at my request from Audiobooks Unleashed and have voluntarily left this review.

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