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Something Secret This Way Comes (Secret McQueen, #1) - Sierra Dean
Something Secret This Way Comes (Secret McQueen, #1)
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3.68 325
Format: kindle
ASIN: 10693387
Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Pages no: 264
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Rachel's books rated it
3.0 Something Secret This Way Comes
This series had a great prequel that spiked my interest. However, the first book was average for me. While I liked the writing, there were a few things that were predictable and annoying. Secret dislikes of her werewolf half. She thinks of werewolves as "animals." Vampires are "primarily human in th...
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1.5 “Something Secret This Way Comes” by Sierra Dean
NB: Review originally posted 20-Dec-2012 on GR but actually read in June 2012 (minor edits made post-import to BL). In retrospect, this was probably one of my earliest brushes w/ NA-PNR. Which is kinda surprising, given the publisher. Genre: PNR Length: novel Heat Level/Content: sensual/steam...
Red Hot Books
Red Hot Books rated it
OK. Sierra Dean has me hooked. I really enjoyed this first full installment in the Secret McQueen series and with the nut-punch ending, I am chomping at the bit to read book two!Secret McQueen is a vampire bounty hunter and she is really good at her job. In fact, she is something of a boogeyman to r...
LisH rated it
4.0 Something Secret This Way Comes (Secret McQueen, #1)
Really enjoyed this book. Secret McQueen was born as a dhampyir, rejected by her mother and raised by her grandmother in Canada. She moved to NYC when she was 16 to kill vampires and now works as a hired vampire killer for the vampire tribunal. Lo and behold after living in the big city for six year...
Isa Lavinia
Isa Lavinia rated it
2.0 Something Secret This Way Comes (Secret McQueen, #1)
It was enjoyable in the same way that an action film can be, just mindless fun. But the short before this book was, in my opinion, more successful.Secret is still funny and generally pleasant, but she's turning into a Mary-Sue - everyone thinks she's soooo ~special~, and to be honest, I'm not a fan ...
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