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Free online listen to Hideaway (Devil’s Night #2) audiobook by Penelope Douglas and narrated by Jeremy York, Tatiana Sokolov . Are you a Penelope Douglas fan ? if yes you will love Hideaway (Devil’s Night #2) audiobook. Now lets try to play the audio and leave a comment about this book.


1/Kai & Banks…loved them. But I had one major problem with it and it’s that Michael knew the whole time who Banks really was and didn’t say anything to anyone this whole time…why?! I still really enjoyed this one and loved Kai & Banks. Just like Corrupt, this one had me on the edge of my seat at the end with all the chaos & drama.

2/So all though the reading itself is amazing… Penelope Douglas has a suede texture for ALLL of her books. This book feels like a knock off an I’m so disappointed. I hope this doesn’t happen again.

3/I loved this book probably twice as much as I loved Corrupt! I didn’t dislike Corrupt, but it was such a slow burn I had a hard time getting hooked, but the plot of this story did not disappoint. It fell into the series seamlessly, and I am so happy to see that it connected with the first one so seamlessly but was still its own story. There were so many plot twists and secrets embedded in this story it kept me on edge when things were heated between the love interests. I think my only complaint is I would love more of an emotional development between the two characters. It was spicy and their chemistry was amazing, but their happily ever after seemed a little abrupt when falling into place. I loved Banks more than I ever liked Rika. I felt a connection too all the boys more so than I did in the first book. I’m attached to them, and care about learning all of their secrets and finding all their happy endings. Getting insight into Damon’s character is making me anxious to get inside his head in the next book.

I am so excited to continue on with the series! If you had some reservations after Corrupt, then I’d give Hideaway a chance to win you over. If you like forced proximity, arranged marriages, and heavy plot twists then this book makes these best of these tropes.