Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 25th 2011
Pages no: 207
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Jill Kismet (#6)
Jill Kismet kicks your fanny sideways.....Just finished the six-book series of Jill Kismet and I am way tired! That's because I literally couldn't put the series down. I had read books 1-4 quite a while back, and remembered that I enjoyed them tremendously. When I noticed that five and six were out,...
I have a habit of picking up books in a series out of order. Got this from the library just because it seemed kind of interesting. Maybe that affected my enjoyment of the book, I don't know, but it didn't work for me.Maybe it was because I arrived late, reading the last book in the series first(!), ...
Is anyone else feeling like this is the last season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer here? Jill wakes up in a grave after a huge sacrifice and doesn't know what is going on? It kind of felt like that to me. I have to say, I had to read through my review of book 5 and I honestly don't remember a damn t...
This book was a great "ending" book. I've read many series where there was a lot left unfinished, but that is not really the case here. The ending is not all hearts and flowers (far from it), but it doesn't leave you with tons of questions.
Egalley thanks to Hachette Book group I've always loved Lili's writing. It's very intense, furious and powerful. Angel Town is no exception, although it's not my favorite book in the series.There is not much I can say without giving away some spoilers. Jill's awakening in her own grave is pretty gr...