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review 2018-10-13 23:50
Crossing Hope (Cross Creek, #4) by Kimberly Kincaid
Crossing Hope - Kimberly Kincaid

 

 

From little girl lost to a grown woman found. Crossing Hope paves a pathway to healing two consistently broken hearts. Marley is forever searching for her happy ending, yet life keeps getting in her way. From a dying mother to an unknown father and a long lost family , she can't seem to catch a break. When a promise lands her in small town USA, her world gets even more complicated. Trouble comes in the form of bad boy Greyson Whittaker. He's everything she shouldn't want, but his kind of trouble makes her feel so good. He may look like trouble, but end up being misunderstood. She has much to learn about small town living. Can a country boy show her the way? Kincaid brings a ton of heart and humor to the table. Big City drama meets small town romance and becomes heartwarming entertainment.

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text 2018-09-23 22:37
Reading progress update: I've read 266 out of 344 pages.
The Voodoo Killings: A Kincaid Strange Novel - Kristi Charish

now, he was a nasty soothsayer. besides that, I hope Kincaid knows what she’s doing, when it comes to Gideon.

 

shall finish this one up either tonight or first thing tomorrow; may go to The Pit-Prop Syndicate ahead of Funeral Music...just a swap in the order of my next two novels, not a substitution. anyway, I’ll see which is more tempting when it’s time to make the call.

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text 2018-09-23 18:06
Reading progress update: I've read 200 out of 344 pages.
The Voodoo Killings: A Kincaid Strange Novel - Kristi Charish

I’m enjoying this much much more than I ever expect to enjoy Urban Fantasy. part of this is because the humor does not seem forced, as if the author is over-trying, or trying to conjure up a sense of humor because the publisher/editor was promised a Humorous Urban Fantasy. I hate books that are trying to be funny, but the author reminds me of sitcoms that get canceled after four episodes. the humor here isn’t insisting upon itself, or Raymond Chandler meets cutesy, bad dialogue. just do a natural lightness, and relax with the cutesy-cutesy, a little.

 

other than that, I’m high on the Arabic angle that has snuck in, in terms of myths and magic - Jinn, elemental magic, etc.; but then, when I Dungeon Mastered D&D, I was an Al-Qadim guy. plus, I’m just constantly entertained with the twists and surprises. it flows, it flows really well. finally, the book makes me feel like I’ve been dropped into October 31st. a good Halloween (or thereabouts) pick. so...cool!

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text 2018-09-23 02:06
Reading progress update: I've read 79 out of 344 pages.
The Voodoo Killings: A Kincaid Strange Novel - Kristi Charish

zombies, ghosts, the Undercity of Seattle, the Otherside, voodoo, ghouls, poltergeists, and the murder of a zombie (if that’s not a contradiction in terms). I won’t get any farther with this tonight, but I’m sure looking forward to tomorrow morning.

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text 2018-09-23 00:45
Reading progress update: I've read 14 out of 344 pages.
The Voodoo Killings: A Kincaid Strange Novel - Kristi Charish

oh, I think this is gonna do nicely! I already love Kincaid, and Cameron the zombie. Urban Fantasy isn’t my favorite thing, but I have a feeling about this one...

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