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I loved the first series I read by Charlaine so I'm on to this Shakespeare series. Hoping for better character development and smoother story lines and plots. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Lani Pleyel
Each book in the Lily Bard series is easy on the eyes. The first is an excellent introduction of Lily, a damaged individual, who is striving to carve out a new, quiet, life for... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Richard Deuink
These books are reliable breaks from heavier reading fare. Entertaining but not silly or too cotton-candy.Published 4 months ago by Greg Maryk
My first impression: ugh. I forced myself to keep reading, and I am glad I did. Lily Bard is awesome. She is a tough, no nonsense survivor. Read morePublished 4 months ago by DHolt
Charlaine Harris is one of my favorite writers. I loved the Skokie books (way better than the show) and the Harper Connelly series. Read morePublished 5 months ago by meg
I liked the characters! Mystery developed nicely. Lots of similarities to Sookie Stackhouse. I'm a fan of Sookie, but the curious damsel in distress gets a bit old...Published 5 months ago by Liz Rasmussen