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Stricken Paperback – April 18, 2015
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About the Author
Author Marcia Colette didn’t discover her love for reading until her late teens when she started reading John Saul and progressed to works by Bentley Little, Stephen King and Laurell K. Hamilton. Her reading tastes convinced her to write paranormals where curses cause people to shift into spiders, psychotic and telekinetic mothers are locked away in attics, and murderous doppelgangers are on a rampage. Let's not forget about the hunky werecheetah coalitions who live throughout North Carolina. As long as she can make it believable, that's all that matters. Born and raised in upstate New York, Marcia now lives in North Carolina with her mom and beautiful daughter. They’re not raising zombies in the backyard. There aren’t any hellhounds living in the den, only a rabbit and a cockatiel. So where she gets her ideas is as much a mystery to her as anyone else. The best place to find her—when she's not stirring up trouble—is on her blog where she loves connecting with readers.
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Strong female lead- I love that her actions continued to show her skills and make everyone around her respect her without the author having to tell you she earned their respect. (showing not telling)
Interesting supernatural characters
Action- she wanted to fight Tiffany like a man. darn if that wasn't how I felt too
Good overall story- I couldn't put this down and I never
**several of the "background" characters are strong women as well our heroine and this author kept true to her character and didn't allow the women to demean each other in order to create more drama. I hate when women authors rely on cat fights and high school behavior to create drama in their books.
Good pacing- their was never any lulling in the book
Sometimes there is disconnect in the emotion and action of the storyline
I did want to smack her for how she treated Matt before leaving for PA.
Overall- Read it!!!
I'm jus sayin: To Ms. Collette- I want Bianca's story. The Boston pack must pay. And I still want a story staring a cowboy/warlock with a broken heart after his stripper/assassin girlfriend turned out to be college educated B&B owner with a boyfriend and a mean right hook (read Stripped by Marcia Collette to understand what I'm talking about).