Publish date: April 22nd 2004
Pages no: 532
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Women of the Otherworld (#2)
Read this book before, but I'm listening to it for the first time. This will be the first time I've revisited this book since 2009. It will interesting to see how much I remember and if I like it as much the second time around.
Years ago I had accidentally read Dime Store Magic, book #3, before reading any of the previous books of the series (at the time I hadn't known it was part of another series), so it was nice to be able to meet the characters I knew about already, though I did know some things I would have rather bee...
This series is definitely not for me.The heroine is annoying, she tries to come across as sarcastic but it doesn't work. Also, as a werewolf she's very skeptical, not wanting to believe other supernatural beings exist. She does some very stupid things, believes herself invincible to the point of st...
When I read Bitten (Women of the Otherworld, #1) I thought the intro into the book was odd. It started out confusing and somewhat disjointed. It almost felt as if I was thrown into the story. But don’t worry – it didn’t take long before I could not put it down.Now after reading Stolen, it appears th...
While not going through the emotional journey of [b:Stolen|11330361|A Stolen Life|Jaycee Dugard|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1327928284s/11330361.jpg|16258764] (but of course, how many times can you put relationships through that much drama), Stolen still has a kick-ass Elena, but focu...