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review 2018-12-30 02:21
Review of "Reap the Wind" (Cassie Palmer #7) by Karen Chance
Reap the Wind: A Cassie Palmer Novel - Karen Chance

Ack! Yes, I enjoyed the read (well not the opening flubbing about in time travel interrupted by other Pythia and yet more bad guys that went on too long). If I didn't like the book while reading it, I'd have rated much lower for the simple fact it's pretty much all filler. A lot of recycled filler at that as Cassie is still trying to

locate Pritkin before the curse with his demon dad along supposedly with the antidote.

(spoiler show)

 

Yes, okay, towards an end chapter she did seem to have toughened up a bit and gotten more aware with less patience for everyone using her. Which is kinda like the bits in the previous books.

 

Unlike some other reviewers, I wouldn't consider it a cliffhanger ending; just a "nothing" new sort of thing. Again, read like a filler with the big buildups anticlimactic or still to come. I'm not invested in any of her love/lust interests because I don't see any of them as good relationships. I'd be happier with the romance, though, if she took more control and either made an effort to get a healthier relationship with Micea or ditched it.

As a story, not worthy of 3 stars. As characters I enjoy reading about, what to know what happens next and written in a way that engages me ... *sigh* I know it's the 7th in the series but I was hoping to have moved past what the past couple of books have rambled on about.

 

With the exception of one character's parentage, I don't think there's even anything in this volume to put under a spoiler tag if anyone has read the past few books.

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text 2018-02-20 21:23
Reading progress: 76%.
Tempt the Stars - Karen Chance

But now he’d had time to think about it. And, apparently, to work up a massive attitude. I seemed to have that effect on the men in my life, I thought darkly, and took another sip of something horrible. We were in a bar in the...

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text 2018-02-20 16:58
Reading progress: 87%.
Tempt the Stars - Karen Chance
“Here.” Casanova handed over his precious bottle of hell juice.

I blinked at him. 

 

“You’re white as a sheet,” he said gruffly.

 

I took the bottle, a little gingerly. And okay, if I’d needed confirmation that things were bad, I’d just gotten it.

 

Casanova was being nice to me. We were so fucked. 

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text 2018-02-20 15:58
Reading progress: 81%.
Tempt the Stars - Karen Chance

But by then I was under the table, grabbing Casanova and the bottle he was still holding.

“Give me that!” “

Getcherown,” he slurred, and grabbed it back. And blinked around blearily, before focusing on the veiled guard who had just dove after me. Only Casanova apparently thought he was also after his precious hell juice. So he bonked him on the head with it.

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text 2018-02-20 15:58
Reading progress: 83%.
Tempt the Stars - Karen Chance

He preferred to let other people to deal with his problems, preferably while he stood around and informed them about what they were doing wrong.

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