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1 : The Trouble With Fate

by Leigh Evans
Aug 12, 2015
7 Hours
Ages 18+
My name is Hedi Peacock and I have a secret. I'm not human, and I have the pointy Fae ears and Were inner-bitch to prove it. As fairy tales go, my childhood was damn near perfect, all fur and magic until a werewolf killed my father and the Fae executed my mother. I've never forgiven either side. Especially Robson Trowbridge. He was a part-time werewolf, a full-time bastard, and the first and only boy I ever loved. That is, until he became the prime suspect in my father's death…

Today I'm a half-breed barista working at a fancy coffee house, living with my loopy Aunt Lou and a temperamental amulet named Merry, and wondering where in the world I'm going in life. A pretty normal existence, considering. But when a pack of Weres decides to kidnap my aunt and force me to steal another amulet, the only one who can help me is the last person I ever thought I'd turn to: Robson Trowbridge. And he's as annoyingly beautiful as I remember. That's the trouble with fate: Sometimes it barks. Other times it bites. And the rest of the time it just breaks your heart. Again…

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Director & Cast

Director Colleen Delany
Starring Colleen Delany as Hedi Peacock, Jonathan Feuer as Robson Trowbridge, Scott McCormick as Mannus Trowbridge, Patrick Bussink as Stuart Scawens, Gregory Linington as Cordelia, Dawn Ursula as Aunt Lou, Kimberly Gilbert as Tyrean, aka Mad-One, Joel David Santner as Biggs, Nanette Savard as Merry with Eva Wilhelm, Gabriela Fernandez-Coffey, Eric Messner, Michael John Casey, Thomas Keegan, Bob Payne, Laura Harris, Elizabeth Jernigan, Christopher Graybill, Drew Kopas, Rebecca Sheir, Matthew Bassett, Terence Aselford and Yasmin Tuazon
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Doug Krentzlin
Dialogue Editors Thomas Hogan
Sound Designers Thomas Hogan
Original Theme Music Thomas Hogan
Additional Original Music Thomas Hogan
Cover Illustrator Alex Allen
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Mystwalker by William (Posted on 5/15/2018)
Very good
meh by Nate (Posted on 1/10/2018)
I've generally liked these Graphic Audio productions but this one was pretty meh. I was hoping for cool fantasy adventure but it was more like a bad ripoff of Twilight.

The story does this really annoying thing which I'll called "delayed exposition" - they start talking about something and don't explain what it is until a long time later. For example, from the beginning, the story talks "wares." "There are three 'wares' in the coffee shop." But it doesn't explain what "wares" are. Then, like 30 minutes later, you find out they are werewolves. They do this for a lot of things in the story - it's very annoying!

Additionally, the fantasy world that this takes place in is not explained very well (or at least I didn't understand it).
Shelving by Amy (Posted on 4/23/2016)
Downloaded this today so I could have something to listen to while I wait to go to a Passover Seder. I love the Colleen Delaney's voice, but that's about it. I don't like the story or the MC. So I'm DNFing this book. Who knows if I will ever pick it up again, but for now, no.
Just good enough by Charles (Posted on 4/9/2016)
This first story of this series was just good enough to go and get the second one, different but good.
Won't lie, got this because Colleen Delany is amazing by Daniel (Posted on 2/5/2016)
Truth. I was curious to hear this series for a while and I needed something after Widdershins. The story is unique with fairies and werewolves but after the abnormal amount of weepy teen stuff I was iffy. I kind of wish there was little more about the function of magic and the history of the fairies and wolves instead of having it intermittently sprinkled about. The relationship with her aunt was really confusing and kind of like why do you love/hate her exactly.

Plus instant love things aren't really my favorite; the whole story she is I hate you I hate you. He gets naked and she's all I love you and so on (not how it really happens but it felt that way). I might give the 2nd one a shot to see how the story goes and it
Thumbs up by Victor (Posted on 11/27/2015)
Nice twists on the lupi and fantasy settings becoming so prolific. Which brings up my only issue with this production .. . Did Rul Turner step into an alternate reality?
The Trouble with Fate by Charlene (Posted on 11/8/2015)
Love it!
Love it by Anna (Posted on 10/21/2015)
Great road trip audio book. Will be downloading the next book.
Good by Stephen (Posted on 10/4/2015)
Downloaded by accident but I pleased and enjoyed the story even downloaded part 2 on purpose
Great book but... by Jermane (Posted on 8/30/2015)
This was great book, but like the majority urban fantasies this was a female centric book not that there is anything wrong with it, but I'd also like more male centric books preferably where he isn't white either. However, I love Collen Delany's voice, I've said once and I'll say again I could listen to her read the phone book and I'd still be interested, and she is gets better and better as director as well other than my prior gripes this is going in my Wolf Collection.
Not sure by damien (Posted on 8/26/2015)
Feel mixed on this one, I feel like this one may be more female centric, which is a good thing, but it made it harder for me to identify with the main charicter. Honestly I found the beginning to be rushed and a little confusing as well. Overall though if you enjoy fantasy with a strong female lead give it a try.
Mystwalker: The trouble with fate by Adolph (Posted on 8/19/2015)
I enjoyed this story. I like the way Heidi's life starts to open up to start to show her true destiny. I look forward to the other books in this story.

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