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Remy faces some really strange, hard to explain occurrences on the family front. There are mysterious happenings all round and then someone else she loves vanishes.
The mood of this tale is dark and foreboding, yet there is occasional lightness as Remy strives for some sense of normalcy in the face of terrifying events that occur almost daily in her very unusual family.
Remy is deep and intense, and her best friend Jakki balances her well. Joshua is not a two-dimensional vampire, as the male leads in many paranormal romances can be. All of the supporting characters have clearly defined personalities, making them interesting in their own right. The environments surrounding them are vivid and clearly drawn, and the two parallel stories intertwine well, making a good contrast.
The ending is satisfying, and while it leaves the door open for a third book, many threads are brought together, so I felt it ended well.
In Lost, Remy was searching for Joshua, her fiance who disappeared right before the wedding. Now Found continues the saga, but each book is its own tale, satisfactory within itself while advancing the story - a devilishly difficult thing to accomplish.
We see the events unfold in two separate worlds - within the coven with its own set of politics, and outside in the mortal world. When the two collide, the result is a cracking tale you don't want to put down.
I loved the new character of Jakki; her own story fascinated me, along with her abilities as a mortal. And, I hope Ms Cullen writes number three soon!
She read the tarot cards.
A man with green eyes.
Children's hands colored red.
Objects floating in the air.
5 STARS - Would Buy It For Them (lol)
First off, let me say, that raving about this series makes me laugh. I love thrillers, suspense and mystery, with a little paranormal on the side. I have only started reading Vampire books since I started blogging, which was a little over a year ago. My sister, Laura, over at fuonlyknew, got me in to all this and for that I THANK YOU, Laura. I had no idea what I was missing.
Book II, Heartsearch: Found picks up the action from the very first page.
I fell in love and hate with the characters, regardless of them being ruthless, blood thirty killers.
I hate Samir - egotistical and selfish - everything you think a Vampire would be.
I love/dislike Joshua - almost human in his feelings for Remy.
Remy - what can I say? I love her. Strong female protagonists are my favorite characters. I like to think I would deal with things the way she does, but no one ever really knows what they will do until the time comes to do it.
The suspense and anticipation drove me to read faster, resisting the urge to skip ahead.
Carlie's writing is nothing less than amazing. I am having difficulty in describing how amazing this story is. I am going to have to start studying my Thesaurus to expand my word selection. I have never read a Vampire novel like this. Carlie's description of the horrific and excruciating pain one endures when changing into a Vampire was fantastic.
Sometimes I forget the characters are Vampires. Evil, gross, disgusting, selfish, giving, loving, passionate, sexy.......
I want it to end - happy ever after - but they're Vampires. Is that even possible?
I love how Carlie's mind thinks. She is a superb storyteller.
Sometimes the second book in the series is not as good. All I can say is, the story keeps getting better.
Oh no, I didn't see it coming. The book ran out of pages. I DEMAND Heartsearch: Betrayal, Book III. I want it and I want it now!
I received this book in return for an honest and unbiased review for Heartsearch: Found. Thank you Carlie for the opportunity to participate in the release tour for Heartsearch: Found, Book II. I look forward to working with you again, when Heartsearch: Betrayal, Book III comes out.
Heart Search - book two: Found
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