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Short Synopsis
Once upon a time, there was a guy who got so fed up with life that he resorted to murder and mayhem just to feel alive. Contains mature themes.

Full Synopsis
Once upon a time, there was a guy who got so fed up with life that he resorted to murder and mayhem just to feel alive.

Lorenzo Gambini is bored. So f*cking bored. Most people either annoy him or avoid him, afraid to face him. Figuratively. Literally. With his face partially disfigured, scarred, he looks every bit the monster the stories make him out to be: the notorious Scar. They say he's a sociopath. Maybe he's a psychopath. Whatever path he's on, people tend to stay far away from it.

Until one day, a young woman bumps right into him—a woman just as fed up with life, but for much different reasons. With a Scarlet Letter inked on her wrist and secrets buried deep in her soul, Morgan Myers is running from something . . . or maybe somebody. Lorenzo isn't quite sure.

You can bet your ass he's going to figure it out, though.

Contains mature themes.

"J. M. Darhower is a great storyteller . . . The writing and the narrators kept my attention and I really need book 2 to be released." ---Oh My Shelves

"This nearly 12-hour audiobook is a dual narration by Kasha Kensington and Iggy Toma. Iggy, where have you been all my audiobook life? I absolutely loved his reading of Lorenzo. . . . Kasha Kensington is no wallflower either. I was thoroughly impressed with the way she voiced Morgan as a child." ---Elsie's Audiobook Digest

"The narrators were Kasha Kensington and Iggy Toma and they blew me away. . . . These two have quickly become my favorite narrators . . . Seriously, I think everyone should check them out." ---The Book Disciple

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Author J. M. Darhower

Narrated by Iggy Toma, Kasha Kensington

Publication date Jun 20, 2017

Running time 12 hrs

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