Publish date: July 5th 2008
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Jill Kismet (#2)
After I read the first one, which I gave one star, I said I wasn't sure if I would read another in this series. Then I did. I gave this one two stars, although I'm not quite sure why.While this book was better than the first, it was still filled with constant whining about Jill's former life, her ...
Never before have I really really wanted to like a main character, and yet struggled so much to do so. I spent most of the book wanting to say "Look, Jill, I understand that you've had a really difficult life....but why do you have to be such an ever-loving Bitch all the time???" Optimistically , ...
The second book in the Jill Kismet series is better than the previous one, in my opinion. Night Shift is full of angst and reminiscence of the past which make the story a little bit slow for my taste, but paint a clear picture of our heroine.Back to Hunter's Prayer - the plot is fantastic. I've neve...
These books are great. I can't get enough of them. What an amazing female character. I can't stand the women who wait around for someone to rescue them.
continuing the Jill Kismet saga. Not bad. A little annoyed she didn't see that Sorrows bitch coming, but all in all satisfying end.
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