I was pleasantly surprised as I got into this book. The first chapter starts out a little slow, and my first impression was "oh oh - another cheesy mage/sorcerer fantasy novel" - but the series turned out to be quite addictive. The characters are three-dimensional, the story-line surprisingly creative in terms of ghosts/demons, and the author does a good job of painting the scenery with her words. I would definitely recommend it. Good narrator too.
Unlike most typical "romance" stories, this book-The Diary of Cozette-is utterly charming. While the unbridled sexual scenes left me blushing, the author's writing style is so good, so 19th-century like, that I felt like I was listening to Dickens or Austen sometimes. The story-itself is quite good and made even better by the narrator - Ashford McNab.
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