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Initial post: Jul 11, 2006, 11:29:32 AM PDT
The thing I enjoy about this series so much is basically how every book is like a TV season and that the last book (Windfall) was so rushed in a real world sense (and not like so many series which roll over the exciting climax scene) and really left you with the profound sadness of Joanne rather than the oh my goodness what will happen next. You care about how Joanne will deal with David no longer being able to be in her life as even an idea.
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Firestorm by Rachel Caine (Mass Market Paperback - 2006)
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