Softly at Sunrise: A KGI Novella

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Maya Banks

Narrated By: Adam Paul

Publisher: Penguin Audio

Date: June 2013

Duration: 2 hours 57 minutes

Summary:

A novella companion to New York Times bestelling author Maya Banks' Shades of Gray.
 Softly at Sunrise takes place in a gap of time that occurs in Shades of Gray. Reading this novella will in no way spoil Shades of Gray, though there are some brief mentions of events that occur in that book.

With love to every single reader who read and loved “The Darkest Hour” and wanted to know more about Ethan and Rachel and how they were doing down the road. This is for you.

Rachel Kelly has traveled a long, hard road in her journey back to her husband, Ethan, and the Kelly family. Now, as she and Ethan are poised to move into their new home, safe behind the walls of the Kelly compound, Rachel wonders if she’ll finally be free of the ghosts that have haunted her for so long and if she’ll step into the sun after a past steeped in darkness.

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  • Beth Swanson

    I feel the same way about this book as the previous review - I like the story but the narrator for Softly at Sunrise and Shades of Gray is definitely not as manly as Harry Berkeley. His southern accent is not convincing and there is no real change in pitch and tone between the women and men so it's not as enjoyable to listen to.

  • Emily Paecht

    So extremely disappointed in the narration. I've listened to the first 5 books with Harry Berkeley as the narrator and switching to a different narrator for the last two books completely changed the dynamic of the books. The accents aren't done very well and the men sound the same as the women.