It’s one thing to bring the woman you love back into your life. It’s another to try and keep her there. For Dex Foray, convincing Perry Palomino to open herself to their burgeoning relationship has been more challenging than hunting ghosts, battling demons and stalking Sasquatch... show more
It’s one thing to bring the woman you love back into your life. It’s another to try and keep her there. For Dex Foray, convincing Perry Palomino to open herself to their burgeoning relationship has been more challenging than hunting ghosts, battling demons and stalking Sasquatch combined. Add in the fact that the only way they can keep their Experiment in Terror show running is to take on a third partner in the form of the mysterious Maximus Jacobs — all while investigating a sinister voodoo sect in New Orleans — and you’ve got the perfect Southern storm and a recipe for disaster. Luckily, Dex has never been one to back down, even when his life –and heart — are on the line.
Come Alive is told from Dex’s POV
Publish date: 22-6-2013
Publisher: Metal Blonde Books
Pages no: 438
Edition language: English
Series: Experiment in Terror (#7)
Much more of this relationship angst/drama and I'm gonna go postal!! No joke. COMMUNICATION!!!!!!!!! Jesus fucking christ. I can't cope with the idiocy. I also have mixed feelings about the zombie/voodoo stuff. This was Dex POV though and for that reason it gets 4 stars. His mind is wonderfu...
4 stars I have to say, I wasn't expecting to be bored in the slightest while reading a EIT book. Ever. However, I had a bit of a rough start with "Come Alive". It was nothing but sex and Dex being freakishly sentimental for about 25% of the story. Until New Orleans. In the other books, I lon...
It's too late to write a review right now, but I wish I could give more than 5 stars. It just doesn't seem enough for this great book and series.
Overall, I really liked the book, just not, perhaps, as much as some of the others in the series. It took awhile to get going, and it's not that I didn't enjoy the parts early in the book set in Seattle--I did, but it almost got a little tedious at times. Plus, I love the ghost hunting aspect of the...