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Death by Misfortune (Bill Turner, #2) - A.M. Riley
Death by Misfortune (Bill Turner, #2)
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4.33 105
Format: ebook
ASIN: 9861173
Publisher: MLR Press
Pages no: 356
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Ilhem
Ilhem rated it
Not really a review. I'll try to be more articulate later if I'm not too lazy. I loved being stamped by Becket and Jeremy, but I felt like "Death by Misfortune" didn't reach as deep as "Amor en Retrogrado" did. Now, J.D. and Robert played me like a violin, it's perhaps because of that... Anyway,...
Trix
Trix rated it
Overall, this rates 3.5 stars for me.The things that made me like it less were the nature of the characters, the multitude of people in the center of the story and the fact that the point of view moved between characters from one paragraph to the next without warning. It was hard to sympathise with ...
Rain on Roof
Rain on Roof rated it
I throughly enjoyed this. A great, fast paced read with plenty of sexy, glam Hollywood stuff to keep you entertained. I felt it head hopped a little at the beginning, but once I had a handle on the cast it smoothed out a little. I enjoyed the two stories and the development of Bill's romance was bea...
Romances and more...
Romances and more... rated it
4.0
A complex, entertaining mystery. Highly recommend. 4.5 stars
Feliz Faber
Feliz Faber rated it
AM Riley writes vampires even if she doesn't. Becket sure is one except he doesn't drink blood, but it was Jeremy's life force, freely given, that kept Becket sane and brought him back to life in the end. The other subplot, Bill and Christopher, was even more intriguing; in a way, it was Bill's awak...
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