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I am a voarcious reader who resents the time she spends sleeping and working as it leaves less time for my kindle

Currently reading

American Gods
Neil Gaiman
The Dream Hunter
Sherrilyn Kenyon
Sherrilyn Kenyon
Taking Chase
Lauren Dane
Don't Let Go
Marliss Melton
Annie Nicholas
Second Grave on the Left
Darynda Jones
Last Man Standing
Cindy Gerard
One for the Wicked
Karina Cooper
Kill Shot
Liliana Hart
Shadowed Threads (Rylee Adamson, #4) - Shannon Mayer This was hard for me to get into.

O'Shea and Rylee start the book separated, seemingly permanently. There seems to be a lot of rushing around back and forwards as Rylee seems a bit lost (literally and figuratively). At one point I felt Rylee had so many enemies (most of whom seemed invincible) that I couldn't figure a way out for her without some crappy deus ex machina switcheroo.

So I abandoned the book for a day or two - read a whole slew of Sherrilyn Kenyon books - and then came back to the novel today.

Wow, wow, wow. There were none of the "issues" I had with the previous book (set in England but a few niggly errors about the English) - probably because I don't know enough about France, Poland or Venice to get niggly about (did you see the double standard there? I only care about accuracy when it concerns something I know about). Anyway, I digress.

We got lots of answers in this book, still lots of questions - although most of them are new ones, new creatures, prophecies, new friends, new enemies, a few WTF moments, more deaths and a big fat awwwwwwwwwwww.

For fans of the previous books I would say this is just as good, just as foul-mouthed, just as kick-assed, just as rich and just as fast-paced. I can't wait for number five!