Grave Dance (Alex Craft, #2)
Pages no: 371
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
I love this series. It makes me happy - in an "I just sat down to read the first chapter and now I'm halfway done" kind of way. These books just suck me in.I like the world. I like how events in book 1 have triggered problems that are in book 2, and while we do get a resolution to the issue at hand ...
I think this is well on the way to becoming my favourite urban fantasy series. I enjoyed Grave Witch unexpectedly much, and Grave Dance was at least as good - and that in spite of delving deeper into faerie politics and faerie stuff in general, and having a tiny bit too much fantasy for my (usual) t...
For me the second book of a series tend to be the deal breaker. If the first book in the series rocked, you want the second book to follow that hype or if the book was good you hope that the second book improved to save the series or if the first book was bad and still thought there may have been a ...
Well, so much for that series. The only two things about Alex that interested me don't exist any more. What's left is a blend of the worst tropes of romance novels and Fae politics. Blech. What were those things I found interesting before? The potential for a sexually progressive heroine (which was ...
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