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review 2016-05-17 21:29
The Lonely Laird
Lana and the Laird (Untamed Highlanders) - Sabrina York

This was so good! I loved Lachlan. He was so vulnerable and lonely. Lana was perfect for him. Her sweet confidence comforted his lonely soul. Definitely my favorite of the series.

Overall rating: 4.5/5.0 stars.

Reviewed for Affaire de Coeur Magazine. http://affairedecoeur.com.

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review 2015-12-13 16:59
Night Vision
Eyes to See - Joseph Nassise

This is a dark themed urban fantasy/supernatural fiction novel with some very vivid imagery. Hunt's way of seeing ghosts and through their eyes is distinctive. He's a very troubled character and not easy to like. I'll continue this series.

Reviewed for Bitten by Books. http://bittenbybooks.com

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review 2015-08-09 20:55
Fifth Grave Past the Light by Darynda Jones
Fifth Grave Past the Light - Darynda Jones

That ending. Holy crap, that foocking* ending!  I think I literally squee'd. My toes may have even curled. *fans self*  Sorry, Curran. Reyes just knocked you off the podium for favorite male lead character. And the humor? It had me chuckling, snorting, and lol'ing constantly.  Why on earth did I put off reading this series for so long?  If I only knew then... 

 


*if you've read the book, you'll get that one!

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review 2014-07-05 03:58
ODD THOMAS BY: DEAN KOONTZ
Odd Thomas - Dean Koontz

 

 

   I have to say Odd Thomas had a name befitting of the person. I'm not quite sure it gets more odder than Odd. He made for a most interesting character, even the parts of him that weren't supernaturally other set him apart from the rest. He seemed like a slightly innocent but old soul. Almost as if he was born in the wrong era. I could see him fitting in a lot better somewhere in the 50's. I liked it though. He was odd in a lot of charming ways. I really enjoyed Stormy too. Even though at times she seemed a little haughty, in the sense that you definitely knew she was the shot caller in that relationship.

 

 

  I really liked the supernatural element here. Odd Thomas's gift for seeing the dead was amazing, and I really appreciated how he always thought of it as a gift rather than a curse. And he took this gift and tried to help those he could and just generally do right by everyone. There were a few twists and turns in this book that constantly had you on your toes. I was surprised quite a few times. I do think some of the middle leading up to the disaster could have been trimmed a little. It kind of dragged on a little there, and then the thing that the whole book was leading up to seemingly passed in the blink of an eye.

 

  

 

*Side note: I have read a couple Koontz books now, and so far this appears to be a common thing I see. Lots of build up, good stuff, but a lot of it, and then a rather quick climax. Not one of my favorite things. I have enjoyed each story I have read, but each time when things are wrapped up so quickly I feel a little let down because of it.

 

I still thought this was an enjoyable read and after that ending I'm very curious to see where things go from here. I think the next book could make or break this series for me. I'd like to see which it is. 

 

 

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review 2014-06-09 21:47
Sixth Grave on the Edge (Charley Davidson) - Darynda Jones

I was semi-expecting that ending  but I literally got goosebumps from it because it was so EPIC. I fucking love Charley, and this series is just absolutely amazing.

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