Sydämen synnit (Synnit, #1)
Publish date: June 1st 2012
Pages no: 348
Edition language: Finnish
Series: Otherkin (#1)
This had a 90ies/00ies fantasy bad ass superhuman alpha males feel to it. It reminded me of a lot of those typical PNR books from that era.
When Dagan rescued Roxy he didn't realise that this wasn't going to be the end of it, he did keep having erotic dreams about her but still he thought that their lives were never really going to intersect again. When Dagan's brother dies he has to investigate and indeed he meets with Roxy, who has c...
This was pretty good. I really liked both Dagan and Roxy. I really liked the (very different) take on mythology. I felt the ending was a bit abrupt/rushed. Also not found out- what exactly happened with Lokan, but several pieces are put in place. This is a 4 book series, so I bet everything doe...
A decent paranormal on the plotty side. The characters are developed but at the expense of the relationship development. I spied a logic lapsus or two, but I don’t know whether I should be blaming the slightly wooden translation or the original text. There wasn’t any explicit sexual content, so I ca...
Roxy Tam, warrior for the Daughters of Aset and soul-reaper Dagan Krayl have a past. Unfortunately they cannot have a future because they are enemies. Dagan's father (Sutekh, a high demon) brutally murdered Aset's husband thousands of year ago. However when one of Sutekh's sons is brutally murdered,...
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