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by Melissa F. Olson
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A Voracious Reader
A Voracious Reader rated it 5 years ago
*Book source ~ Kindle First There’s something strange about Allison “Lex” Luther. She has a difficult time dying. Ok, the dying part isn’t so difficult. It’s the staying dead that’s giving her problems. For some reason she can’t stay dead. Not necessarily a bad thing, but most definitely strange a...
Ami's Hoard
Ami's Hoard rated it 6 years ago
I enjoyed Olson's previous urban fantasy series, Scarlett Bernard, so when I saw her releasing a new one I jumped on it. But of course I forgot about it, piled it up under so many to-read books. Until yesterday when on a whim (plus I was in my urban fantasy mood) I decided to finally pick this up. W...
Dispatches from Terabithia
Dispatches from Terabithia rated it 6 years ago
After her twin sister’s brutal murder, former US Army Sergeant Allison “Lex” Luther vowed to protect her niece, Charlie. So when two vampires try to kidnap the baby, it quickly turns into a fight to the death—Lex’s death, that is. She wakes up to two shocking discoveries: she has miraculously surviv...
Mike Finn
Mike Finn rated it 6 years ago
"Boundary Crossed" starts well and keeps getting better. It opens with: "The third time I died was early on a Monday morning, a week after Labor Day" The person speaking is Ex-Army Sergeant Alexandre "Lex" Luther. Working the late shift at a convenience store in Boulder Colorado, she finds a coupl...
Just Talking Books
Just Talking Books rated it 6 years ago
Boundary Crossed feels like a good start to a new series!!What I liked: I know I've said this before but I thought there were only so many ways to write about the supernatural. Ms Olson has found another way to do it and do it up very nicely.I already read one series, Scarlett Bernard, and thoroughl...
caitlinglore rated it 6 years ago
Originally posted on Weezled. “The third time I died was early on a Monday morning, a week after Labor Day.” The opening line of Boundary Crossed is, by far, the high point of the novel. Olson does a great job of capturing your attention in the first chapter, but I found my interest waning in ch...
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