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Tween Heaven and Hell Paperback – March 31, 2008
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My Dancin' With the Devil fantasy series is a fun, action packed series based on a heroine who will touch every emotion you have. The series follows the antics of Astra Q Phelps. Astra is a Tweener, a warrior race that's part angel and part devil and, aside from running her demon exterminating business, she helps the Big Guy and the Celestial Army beat back the dark world. She generally gets the job done, but sometimes it ain't pretty! And to complicate things for Astra, she finds herself strangely attracted to the consummate bad boy. Royal Devil Prince Dialle is gorgeous and incredibly sexy, but Astra's just never sure whose side he's on!
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There was an instance or two where I thought the flow was broken. The worst was when Nille was supposed to be in prison and then he suddenly was not. The author doesn't acknowledge to the reader that there is a missing chink in the puzzle. At first I thought that my Kindle had skipped pages or somesuch. I don't necessarily need an explanation of how he got out of prison at that point, I just need some acknowledgement from the author that there is the gap and it was intentional. For example (though perhaps a bit simplistic,) Astra thinking in a single line, "What? How did Prince Nille get out of prison?!" I just needed something to cue me into realizing that this missing chink of the puzzle is part of the mystery that was intended by the author and not an overlooked error.
I think also that I just didn't get to know the characters well enough to really suck me into their world. I really did like the hero and heroine (and even secondary characters such as Emo) - they were wonderful and the story was so much fun, it just didn't "addict" me and leave me wanting more.
I liked this story enough that even though I'm not purchasing the series, I would recommend it to others to try.
I highly recommend not missing out on this great read! And how can you say no at the price, right??
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I loved this book! This is not your typical story of angel versus devil!Read more