- File Size: 386 KB
- Print Length: 168 pages
- Publisher: Keta Diablo (March 1, 2009)
- Publication Date: March 1, 2009
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0039IT1VO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,268,127 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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There really wasn't a lead character that I didn't like. Kira reminded me of a watered down version of Kay Scarpetta that was sucked into a world of fantasy. She was dead set on maintaining her reality, but even rational thought knew that there was no way that she was dreaming. For one Balion is way to hunky and Alpha male to be dreamed up. I swear if that man was stalking towards me with lust in his eyes I would probably do some swooning, then I would get up and slap him (Because that's what half vulnerable heroines do), and then I would strip naked and say `Take me rough and hard!' Why? Because Balion is that damned hot! Even the supporting cast had me wanting so much more from them. They sort of got a half wrapped up HEA so you knew that the book was a stand alone, which sort of disappoints you as far as the story wrap up goes.
For me the story didn't flow. I had a hard time at the very beginning before she was transported to Locke Cress getting into the flow of the book. It seemed very choppy at times and rushed. Like Keta was trying to just get to the fantasy world and be damned with the buildup. A few points in the story I thought had some broken up bits were again there was a rush factor to them. The story as a whole I fell in love with. I just wished it had been a tad more seamless for me. I can't not give this book any lower than four stars just because of some flow problems. Because I did really enjoy the book, I wanted to read more, I had trouble putting the book down, and I cared enough about the main characters to cry for them at certain parts. For me that is very important!
Will I read more of Keta's work? YES! I have bought more, I have more in my wish list, and I can't wait to dive deeper into the world of Keta Diablo.
This book has an interesting story line. With the mix of modern eras, time travel and magic it has a little something for everyone. The only problem I had was with some of the profiling and forensics in the book, but them I'm really picky on my crime fiction, and this is a romance.
I give this one a solid 4 Djinn