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- Print Length: 177 pages
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- Publication Date: September 7, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LTHEV3E
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Death's Endless Enchanter: Mystery (January Chevalier Supernatural Mysteries Book 3) Kindle Edition
"Bones Don't Lie" by Melinda Leigh
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Death's Dark Horse #1 - A well written, suspense filled story with a unique and surprising character and many other interesting characters, along with humor thorough out the story. The plot is well thought out and the reader is kept guessing as to what is so specially about the main character: her job is surprising and you may guess at her animal. I guessed it but put it out of my mind and surprise I was right. I've read many of Ms. Loren's books and she gets better with each new book.
Death's Hexed Hobnobs #2 - The story takes place a year after Death's Dark Horse ends. This book is amazing! I felt like I was reading a Butcher novel. This well written, action paced, suspense filled novel kept me prisoner to its pages. The plot twisted like an angry rodeo bull and the suspense never stopped, along with humor thorough out the story . The characters, while well thought out in DDH, become stronger and evoke all sorts of emotions from the reader. I can't wait to see what #3 is has in stock for the reader.
Death's Ethereal Enemy #4 - This book starts a month after Death's Endless Enchanter ended. Well written, intriguing with the suspense starting later in the chapters than usual, but making up for the delay. Still with humor, but some darkness appearing and new revelations as the plot twists and the pace picks up.
Death's Reckless Reaper, Prequel - An introduction to January. I'm glad I read Death's Dark Horse first, since the anticipation of discovering what her other form was well fed by the delay in revealing the truth. This little story starts with her move to Paris and her experiences with her first vampire marked for death and a twist. Read after Death's Dark Horse is my recommendation, if at all. The author said she was going to rewrite Reaper and make it 1.5 in stead of a prequel.
I was thrilled to read an advance copy of this book.
Leah show her mettle as an ally of January's. Ryan's past comes back to haunt his relationship with January in more ways than one.
The wolves make their presence brutally known. Allies and betrayal become a big issue with them.
We see more of January's awful parents. Who wouldn't want to be an orphan with them around?
Pack leadership and trying to master her magic fill January's days, and leave her wondering about her place in the Pack, her hometown, and among her complicated network of friends, enemies, lovers and others.
A great read when it's cold outside. Couldn't put it down!
January has to deal with her crazy parents again, and honestly.. they are the worst haha.
Leah is working with January now, or is she. You never really know whether she can be trusted or not.
In this book you get to meet a few new characters.. King Bob is definitely someone to talk about. Simon and the black bunny had me laughing out loud.
I loved this book so much, I preordered the next in this series.
I was lucky enough to receive this book for an honest review. Woot woot..lucky me.
Death's Endless Enchanter: Mystery (January Chevalier Supernatural Mysteries Book 3)
We keep getting more background in the characters, Leah and Ryan, and meet some new ones (oh, wait to met King Bob!) and January's awful parents show up again. Lots of suspense and humour as usual in these books. And a real cliffhanger.
A must-read for the lovers of the genre.
I was pleased to receive a review copy of this book, and am voluntarily writing this honest review. If you enjoy paranormal mysteries, you'll love this book!
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Great read. Moved great. smoothly. Twisted in some really strange ways that worked very well.. Just ...Read more