Travis Foxx's breath caught as Saber Duncan mesmerized her audience, her voice smoldering with passion and filled with an odd, defiant yearning that stripped her heart naked. Could she possibly be the same girl singer whose recrods two years earlier had left him untouched, unimpressed? She ahd... show more
Travis Foxx's breath caught as Saber Duncan mesmerized her audience, her voice smoldering with passion and filled with an odd, defiant yearning that stripped her heart naked. Could she possibly be the same girl singer whose recrods two years earlier had left him untouched, unimpressed? She ahd disappeared for a year and returned a fascinating enigmatic woman whose mysterious odyssey seemed to have taken her from fragile flower to part jungle cat, part siren. Filled with an obsession to know her secrets, to penetrate the veils she'd warpped around her life, Travis pushed onward down a trail that seemed to have no end. Was he chasing a dream that even he could never name?
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 30th 2010
Publisher: Bantam Books
Pages no: 281
Edition language: English
Series: Georgina Kincaid (#5)
Sped read this one. Definitely not my fave book by any means of this series. Could have totally done without reading it.
My least favourite of the series for a couple of reasons: [spoiler] 1) Why didn't she just warn Seth as soon as she knew another succubus was after him? and 2) the many chapters of dream stuff bored me. Not to mention that I didn't understand why they would Oneroi would let her see that many truths ...
Since I didn't immediately write a review after finishing this my thoughts may be a bit muddled. You want a mindfuck? You got yourself one in here. Did the Georgie-bashing by Maddie and Seth actually happen? I thought this was another great installment but after coming down from the drama-filled epi...
“Your truths are worse than your lies.”Minor spoilers books 1-4 RM still has a sense of humor even when things in her book get dark she still add in some punchiness to lighten the mood. I will say there were some very disturbing heart pounding moments where I really felt for Georgina. The scenes f...
Because I read this in a day. A day may come when all this intense, voracious reading coupled with peaks in my adrenaline will lead to a yet-to-be-named syndrome/disease and I'd look fondly back to these consecutive days and nights when I was so invested in Georgina and Seth's well-being and.. sti...