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Cronin's Key (Cronin's Key #1) - Community Reviews back

by N.R. Walker
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karlakolumna rated it 6 years ago
DNF @ 42%.Can't finish this, though I tried my damnedest. But god was I bored to tears.And gawd! All this (never-ending) stupidity!While the book starts at least somewhat intriguing it soon shows its true colours, which could be best summed up with "wtf did I just read?".The trope (or its execution ...
Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer
Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer rated it 6 years ago
This was bought blurb unread. I thought this was going to be a detective story and I was so wrong. The Vampires are loveable. Yes, there are bad ones but we spend very little time with them. I loved the visits to have the bullets made, I laughed out loud. I was perplexed by the way it didn't feel l...
Romance Reader (and Writer)
Romance Reader (and Writer) rated it 6 years ago
MehThis is my fourth book by the author. Two I've loved, two not so much, including this one. It was just too much history and not enough relationship building for me so by the end when they got down to the sex part I wasn't even interested and skipped it. And sometimes that's the best bit!I liked t...
Nanny Ogg's reviews and stuff
Nanny Ogg's reviews and stuff rated it 7 years ago
There were things I loved. The insta-love that was done just right for my tastes, the vampire lore was interesting, and I loved the special-power thing. Also, Alec and Cronin were hot together. On the other hand, I was irked by some stuff too like how "Alec is a cop turned criminal" part of the plot...
Cristina T.
Cristina T. rated it 7 years ago
BR with Kayl – Saturday, August 1Character cast courtesy of N.R. Walker. ;-) Click for a bigger version.As a teenager, I went through this phase of vampire books. The original–Dracula, Interview with a Vampire, you name it. I even read Twilight *shudder*. Before you get your panties in a twist, no, ...
The Way She Reads
The Way She Reads rated it 7 years ago
This was a highly enjoyable read. Fast-paced, mysterious, thrilling, sexy and romantic I don’t think there is a single boring word, never mind sentence, in Cronin’s Key. We’re thrown straight into the adventure on the first page and the action doesn’t let up until the very end of the story. Cronin...
Tami rated it 7 years ago
But not so new and original to rate more than three stars. The old Egyptian stuff is not so unusual with vampire books (see Queen of the Damned by Anne Rice), but it is not a trope, so I would count it as a unusual take. What I didn't like so much was the whole "fated mates" stuff. I don't like ...
Trisha Harrington's Blog
Trisha Harrington's Blog rated it 7 years ago
Loved it! Another awesome book from N.R. Walker.Proper review to follow.
My Kindle is my TARDIS
My Kindle is my TARDIS rated it 7 years ago
I didn't fell in love with this story, but it was quite entertaining.Between 50% - 80% it dragged a bit, somehow I was missing... something and I had kind of a little Twilight-flashback. No, the vampires don't sparkle! Thank God! But the whole "We can't have penetrating sex, because I would bite you...
lenagrey7 rated it 7 years ago
“And all along I believed I would find you. Time has brought your heart to me. I have loved you for a thousand years. I'll love you for a thousand more.” ~ Christina Perry- A Thousand YearsWhen Alec MacAiden, in 'Cronin's Key' by N.R. Walker, isliterally swept away by a stranger, whose name he inexp...
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