Although I didn’t fall under the spell of Nathan and Amelia as much as I did with the cuter romance of Tucker and Karen in the last book, the story plot contained some unexpected twists that kept your focus on the investigation.
Month: February 2016
I read some posts about this book and admit to being intrigued. I also have to admit to being quite disappointed. The story premise had promise and simply fell flat.
I saw the trailer for the upcoming movie release and I was intrigued. Since reading the novel usually gives you more insight into the characters, I decided to grab a copy, drop my TBR list and not wait until the movie comes out. From what I can see from the trailer compared to what I read, I would suggest saving your $11 for the movie ticket.
Stunning, exciting and slightly gross but definitely enjoyable. I read Pride and Prejudice and Zombies when it first came out and I wasn’t impressed but even at that time I kept thinking it would do much better visually and I was excited about the immediate rumors that it would be made into a movie.
Gertrude Hunt will be hosting an intergalactic summit between three warring factions and like Caldania, I was looking forward to seeing some action. Book 2 was definitely more exciting than the first book and still an enjoyable story.
This story was certainly not as exciting as a Kate Daniels novel, but it was still a very enjoyable story with its own interesting world building. The very premise of the story opens up the possibility for future stories and characters.
Action packed as well as sexy and romantic, you can’t ask for more. I like this series and I like Katie Reus. I really liked how the characters clicked and how the action kept up the entire story.
I thought this was going to be a simple investigation. I never expected where she was going with this. Shocking and intense, as you would expect from a J.D. Robb novel