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review 2018-11-14 03:29
Deeply, Desperately
Deeply, Desperately - Heather Webber

[spoiler]This didn't have the spark of book 1 for me.  I still enjoyed it, but it didn't hold me attention like the first book did.  Lucy decided to admit her feelings and fight for what she wanted (that was nice).  I do think the Curse only has power if one believes in it (and I'm interested if my theory proves to be correct).  The Handmaiden letters, Leo, and Sarah mysteries (threatening letters and 2 missing persons cases), were done well and resolved (nicely) by the end of the book.  Lucy finally shared her family's history with Em and Marisol.  Finally!  Lastly, I can't say I'm surprised:

Lucy finds out she has a half-brother- Cutter

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review 2018-11-03 17:18
Mistletoe (K19 Security Solutions Book 3) by Heather Slade
Mistletoe - Heather Slade

 

 

What's a little danger between friends. If you're this group of friends, it's the perfect time to make new memories. Mistletoe is the perfect time to catch up with a few old friends and new acquaintances. Slade gives readers one more chance to say goodbye to her unpredictable characters and their chaotic lives. Temptation holiday style.
 
 

 

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review 2018-10-27 10:02
Recklessly Ever After (Reckless Hearts, #3) by Heather Van Fleet
Recklessly Ever After - Heather Van Fleet

 

 

Gavin and McKenna are perfectly, imperfect. He sets carefully placed boundaries to keep him on course. She lives in the moment. Apart they are two halves of a whole. Together they become a combustible force that is destined to have lasting consequences. Recklessly Ever After is a walk on the wild side. In our minds, we think we have life all figured out until fate surprises us by changing all of our plans. Fleet turns temptation into forever and shakes up the heart along the way.

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review 2018-10-25 02:48
Ghost Shadow
Ghost Shadow - Heather Graham

This was slightly better than okay. The characters had little development, the dialogue was kind of odd, the romance was of the Insta variety, and the villain's motive was ridiculous.

 

Now for the things that make it slightly better than okay:

 

The setting: Key West was almost like a character in its own right. I've not read many (if any) books set in the Florida Keys before, so it was a nice change of pace. I enjoyed learning a bit about the history of the Keys. Though, I had already heard of The Otto family/Robert the doll, and Carl Tanzler/Elena Milagro de Hoyos before.

 

The Ghosts: Bartholomew, in particular. I loved him. He was funny and lovable, and I'd love to read an entire book just about his adventures in the afterlife. (I know there's a prequel novella that focuses on Bartholomew, but it's more the events that lead up to his death.)

 

The premise of this book was a good one, but the execution was lacking. There were some slightly creepy moments, but the stilted dialogue and the villain's motive really drug the whole thing down.

 

Oh...and I didn't really buy into the romance between the leads, either.

 

 

 

 

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text 2018-10-25 02:33
Reading progress update: I've read 350 out of 350 pages.
Ghost Shadow - Heather Graham

Three books left and a week to go. I should be able to do this.

 

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