CANTON, GA, United States | Member Since 2012
The main character is sexy but there is little to no sexual tension. The 'sidekick' character is a drag queen who is also a former special opps marine?? Really? The main character is alternately paranoid and bored. There is a plot but I didnt care much by the end.
I have not.
It was performed fine, not extraordinary.
More plot. Making the story multi faceted instead of an excuse to write sex scenes only loosely connected by a thin unimaginative plot.
The premise had promise, however there was only a brief introduction of characters before the abrupt artless bedroom scene. Very little plot.
They had very little to work with.
The plot had promise but it just didn't deliver. Disappointed that I wasted money on that drivel.
I enjoy scifi and adventure/thriller stories and this one delivered a plausible yet interesting plot with a main character you learn to cheer on throughout his mission.
I have grown to love the characters, particularly Oberon. And Luke Daniels does an amazing job!
I cant think of another book like it!
The epic battle scene is quite memorable. I also enjoyed seeing an ancient druid introduced to the modern world.
Granuaile delivering flowers to her mother.
The author changed it up a bit in this one, and follows two sets of ongoing events from different perspectives. I really enjoy this series and look forward to the next one! I have re read the previous books and see myself re reading this one as well.
Its charming, the characters are just a bit quirky and relate-able. The plot was interesting (if slightly predictable) and the paranormal elements keep you from figuring it all out ahead of time. The humor in Molly Harper's writing is what makes it so fun to listen to!
It reminds me a bit of a modern day grown up Nancy Drew (maybe because of the spooky old house?).
She does a great job as usual! Very enjoyable.
? Im horrible at that kind of thing! No Idea.
It was cute and fun. I think it could have been a touch 'darker'. I think the two male main characters could have used a bit of edge. But overall I will probably listen to it again.
Yes, introduce more revelations about the characters. I felt there was no 'growth' or further connection with the characters beyond the last book. Character development.
I felt it was abrupt. The characters spend LOTS of time in utter confusion (and for me it became a hindrance to the reader) and I was left with many unanswered questions.
Similar to previous in the series.
Probably not unless it came on TV.
I was kinda bummed. I think the setting and world that the author created was promising but this book was a bit of a let down.
I think the author is talented but the profanity was just kind of much after a bit. There are more descriptive words that add to the story. The world building was the most interesting part of this story but it was not enough to get me to finish the story.
I did not notice her detract from anything.
At first I was interested in the potential, (I enjoy paranormal fantasy usually) but the profanity and characters were trying to be gritty but it was a miss. It came across as needlessly over the top macho.
Someone more willing to suspend belief for a corny talking skeleton. If the talking skeleton were more creative or had more depth, this could have potential. As is it was lackluster.
The main character was nice but just silly at home with her best friend the skeleton. (?!)
Possibly someone who could lend a darker/ sinister hint and make some of the silly more palatable.
Disappointment. I thought the description had potential.
Towards the top end of the list of my favorites. Not without plot holes, but a good one. Engaging plot, impossible situations, love, heartbreak, and the introspection of a killer.
Um, Jane and Beast have a discussion unlike any they have ever had. Jane realizes more about herself.
The sparring scene was an interesting one. So was the gala scene where so much happened in a short time.
Jane killer only?
Perhaps it was me but I thought this book lacked a bit of the thoroughness/ continuity that her other books have. I plan on listening to the series again to clear up the plot questions I have.
Perhaps. I enjoy all of the series!
The Rachel character reminds me vaguely of Sookie Sackhouse
The escape from the Nursery.
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