Dead, Undead, or Somewhere In Between (Rhiannon's Law)
Publish date: 2014-11-04
Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Pages no: 282
Edition language: English
Series: Rhiannon's Law (#1)
Great premise - but the h proves unlikable, and the author fails to deliver.
Rhiannon is trying to live her life as quietly as she can – alone, without attracting attention – at least no more than her hair trigger temper and quick mouth get her – and normal. She certainly doesn’t want to think about her ability to see ghosts – especially the ones that died violently, like he...
The first book in this series begins with us meeting Rhiannon and Disco. Rhiannon has been working at a bar for a while now living out a normal boring existence. Except for the fact that she can see dead people. Yep, not just vampires either she can actually see ghosts... And if that's not crazy eno...
I read this book for the Gotta Have Paranormal Romance with a Kick group's newbies vs vets challenge. I wasn't very impressed with the description of the book so I'd never read it before. Darn descriptions! It was really good. I would say some similarities with Charley Davidson, Downside Ghosts and ...
I liked the book quite a bit - it held my attention until I was able to finish it. I won't claim it has any really original angle to it, but it does what it does well. I genuinely like Disco/Gabriel, and Paine. Rhiannon was ok - I rather wish the author hadn't taken the clichéd route in terms of her...
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