- File Size: 2135 KB
- Print Length: 240 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 11, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00GWVSPEO
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #501,348 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Her new clients lead her to the main setting of the book, the Dunes of Renhala. Some are dark, sinister and selfish while others are kind and just want to do the right thing but watch out, all of them have their secrets. We also get to meet some more fun Renhala creatures, from cute and adorable Hoolies to the not so cute but please can I have one Grumblepigs.
Kailey is cursed with Sudo-Abominor and keeping it under control isn't so easy. It's a terrible anger that's hiding inside of her and when it surfaces it frightens everyone around her. You can count on her ever loyal friends always stick by her sides, sweet and scary. One minute she's calm and collected and the next she's uncontrollable anger and rage. Hmm, I might have had a touch of the Sudo-Abominor curse in my past. The inner struggle of right from wrong, desire and rationality, emotion and logic.
There was mention of a Jambleberry that interested me. It's very reminiscent of the spirit molecule DMT. That's an entirely different topic all together though.
A great read that never has a dull page in it! Loved it and I will be as loyal to Kailey as her trusted companions still by her side, yep, I may have misled you slightly about all of them remaining her loyal sidekicks....
In the Golden Dunes of Renhala live a community lead by a woman covered in snakes and her name is Eve, she is a powerful woman who owns a successful plantation and has everything she wants even a son, daughter & mate….. but she no longer has her daughter, for she is missing and she will do whatever it takes to bring her back home, even employ the Karmelean – Kailey Rourke. Kailey has spent the last year putting her karma skills to good use, a little karma for hire didn’t do anyone any harm right? Well that may be a different story when you also host sudo-abominor that is steadily chipping away at her control, making her dangerous and unpredictable. When she takes on Eve’s case, Kailey may not be strong enough to come out the other side but when she gets her claws into a good case, she is determined to let karma have its day.
I really enjoyed this sequel to Renhala and I appreciated that most of the book was set there. It was very easy to reconnect with the characters again, especially Kailey who I enjoyed reading of her coming out of her shell in the first book, in this she has more struggles with herself but in a different way. After being exposed to sudo-abominor she struggles to remain balanced, unpredictably becoming angry & enraged as she wrestles for control of her own body & mind… it was good to see this side of her but you could also feel how the bad the situation was getting and how it deteriorated throughout the book and I thought it made Kailey a more dangerous threat to people and in my opinion that wasn’t such a bad thing, I like a character that can kick butt! I liked how she stayed close to the friends she made in book one, it would have been so easy for her to crawl back into herself but she stayed strong. I was surprised she had started a relationship with one of the characters, it was nice to see her have a touch of love after losing so much but I felt the chemistry more with her other suitor.
I really liked the direction the storyline went, I think the karma-for-hire idea was great because not only will it bring mystery & intrigue with each case they take but it also opens up a lot of possibilities for stories and the opportunity to explore even more of Renhala and its inhabitants. The case they took on was very mysterious, not just the case itself but also the inhabitants of Golden Dunes and I was interested in their way of life & liked how the crops & such were explained…obviously there is a lot more going on than what I can say but they brought an interesting addition to the story and even though Kailey & the gang had been invited, they also came across as territorial…or was it because they had something to hide? It wasn’t hard to know that everything isn’t as it seems & whilst I thought I had the big mystery all worked- I hadn’t – so it definitely kept me on my toes right up until the end. I liked how the series plot developed too, following the end of book one, we had five major facts 1) Kailey’s mother dies 2) Kailey’s Father apparently dies 3) Kailey’s best friend is now pregnant with her half sibling 4) Kailey has a brother 5)Kailey is now hosting sudo-abominor , all are mentioned in the book and at least two of these facts will impact this story in a big way and it’s sooo good, leading to some pretty intense moments but leaving me very excited for next book.
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A magical world that exists outside of ours. An alternate world with beings and creatures you may catch glimpses of on this side of the divide.Read more
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