Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
RED FOX Paperback – March 24, 2012
|New from||Used from|
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
"Red Fox is horror at its lightest with the most real characters I've ever read. They're flawed and yet so entertaining. The Experiment of Terror Series is addictive and unbelievably unputdownable. A perfect mix of creepy, supernatural, originality and realism all rolled into a perfect blend of Dex and Perry!" - Unputdownable books
"Once again Halle captivated me with her writing and unforgettable characters, I hope to read many more adventures with her ghost hunting gang and that more creepy stories are to come" - Seeing Night Reviews
"As suspenseful as paranormal activity they are dealing with is, that has nothing on the sexual suspense between Dex and Perry. The magnetism between them is bananas." - Bookish Babes
"A positive and rather refreshing take on sexual tension. It is sweet, vulnerable, restrained and leading somewhere (I hope). As I mentioned in my previous review, the flawed characters are attractive, relatable and oddly heroic." - Bitsy Bling Books
From the Author
With Book Two of the Experiment in Terror Series, Perry Palomino and Dex Foray trade in the stormy Oregon coast for the unforgiving deserts of New Mexico.
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Just when I thought this series couldn't get any creepier, any more terrifying, any more addicting, Halle proved me wrong-and it's only BOOK FREAKIN TWO!! Once again, I hardly know where to start this review. I do know I'm gonna keep it brief cause these are the kind of books you really have to go into sorta blind to fully experience the thrill that it's meant to be. The biggest difference between this book and Darkhouse was the setting and our dynamic duos surroundings. Where as last time it was just them and the supernatural, this time they're surrounded by a cast of unknown characters and it quickly becomes apparent that trust will be in sorry supply. It's also clear that they may be in over their collective heads. What remained the same was the authors ability to keep me on the edge of my seat, once the action kicked in it never let up.
Perry is as amazing and quirky as I have come to love. She is as brave and scared as I have come to expect, she's still a little lost and unsure but she's coming into her own. What cracks me up is her ability to still be skeptical, even after everything she's seen she still sometimes questions her sanity.
Dex is still shrouded in mystery. While we get small glimpses into what makes him that special kind of crazy I can't help but love, there are still so many questions surrounding him. Why he does and says what he does-why be reacts the way he sometimes reacts-where he disappears inside his head sometimes-what the hell is he thinking?! I would give my left arm to get in that man's head...
One of my favorite things about this book was watching the evolution of Dex and Perry, as individuals and as a team. They still don't know all that much about each other, but they clearly trust one another-maybe more than they trust anyone else. The side glances, long stares, flirting and sexual innuendo gets ramped up a notch and I still cringe at the sight of my own name. Not knowing how Dex really feels is driving me insane. They are a train wreck waiting to happen, but they were made for each other.
In the end, this was a brilliant addition to the series, and one that made me skittish around any strange wildlife. Once again, I recommend reading this with all the lights on. Have a blanky and some booze handy, but most importantly-READ THIS SERIES!!
~Too many questions. I thought I’d get answers to something this weekend but all it did was raise new ones. I had a feeling this was going to happen every time I was with him.~
What I liked most about this book was the subject of the story. I am a huge fan of anything Native American related and I really enjoyed how Karina tackled the story. I predicted a couple of things pretty early on the story, I do wish it was a bit more unpredictable but that didn't take away from how awesome this book was. I also loved seeing both Perry and Dex grow as individuals but also as partners. There is little bit of romance but it is more in the background, which I am happy about. The investigation of paranormal happenings is in my opinion more important than romance in this series. There are enough romance books I can dive into if I want straight up romance. I am looking forward to the next book in this series.
Red Fox begins just a little while after Darkhouse ends. Their first webcast has broadcast and they can’t let any grass grow under their feet before they start the next one. Perry has even more riding on its success now than ever and her only ally in her new career path is Dex. Trust is kind of tough when both parties keep things hidden from each other. That just adds to the tension built in this story.
I love stores based on mythology and Native American legends are some of my favorites. That aspect of this story totally drew me in and didn’t let go even when things got seriously dark. From the time they entered Red Fox, Dex and Perry were in danger. The biggest problem they faced, other than trying to survive, was that they had no idea who they could and couldn’t trust. No one was exactly what they seemed, so they had no idea where the real danger was coming from. Then, it got worse.
Regardless of how scary these books are, I know that I won’t be able to stay away. Beyond the danger that Dex and Perry put themselves in, there’s also the romantic tension between them. Since the books are told from Perry’s POV readers know exactly where her feelings lie, but Dex is a mystery. He’s unstable, mentally and emotionally. One minute he acts like he cares about Perry as much as she does for him and the next he’s distant and professional. It’s driving me nuts, and I totally love it.
Dead Sky Morning is up next and it’s already ready and waiting for me.