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Terri Garey
A Southern girl with an overactive imagination, Terri Garey writes award-winning and critically-acclaimed urban fantasy. Her novels have been described as "smoldering" by Publishers Weekly, and "sultry and upbeat" by Library Journal. Even though she's a big scaredy-cat who can't watch horror... show more

A Southern girl with an overactive imagination, Terri Garey writes award-winning and critically-acclaimed urban fantasy. Her novels have been described as "smoldering" by Publishers Weekly, and "sultry and upbeat" by Library Journal. Even though she's a big scaredy-cat who can't watch horror movies or visit haunted houses, she loves moonlit graveyards, moss-covered headstones and the idea that life goes on even after it's over. You can visit her on the web, friend her on Facebook and occasionally find her on Twitter.
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willaful
willaful rated it 9 years ago
Enjoyable paranormal romance short stories. I skipped the last story, a historical. Jeaniene Frost's story is only loosely connected to her series and can stand alone. I haven't read any of the other "Nicki Styx" books and it stood alone okay too.
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That New Book Blog Smell rated it 9 years ago
Okay so when I read Dead Girls are Easy I liked it but it had some iffy moments, but I continued reading because its an interesting story and I really like the characters. Well as I was explaining the book to my roommate the actual story sounds pretty ridiculous what with a twin married to her now b...
That New Book Blog Smell
That New Book Blog Smell rated it 9 years ago
I liked it a lot, I will definitely be continuing with the series. I'm pretty sure I grabbed this at Goodwill so I'm happy I stumbled across it. I know I got a little annoyed at the beginning romance aspect but I assume that's just due to my personality. I enjoyed the story and a reason for seeing t...
Rachel's books
Rachel's books rated it 10 years ago
Where to start? I am pleasantly surprised that Sammy (after that last book, I had hoped he was gone for good) redeemed himself and made me like him. I felt Joe got off way too easy. He didn't seem sincere enough (to my tastes). A decent close to the series. My favorite remains book 2 A Match Ma...
StephB
StephB rated it 10 years ago
Devil Without a Cause introduces us to Finn Payne, a rock star who's success is due to a ring and a deal with the Devil; Faith McFarland, a single mother who is caring for her son, who has a brain tumor; and reintroduces fans of Terri's Nicki Styx series with the Devil himself, Samael, the Fallen (A...
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