Juan Xiao Xiao de Vasilyevskoye, Respublika Mariy El, Russia
Lecture mignonne et impertinente. Une sorcière du sud (texane) dont les pouvoirs ne semblent pas fonctionner la plupart de sa vie se retrouve dans une situation très `` magique '' et doit trouver comment sauver le fantôme de sa famille et la ville et son ex, qu'elle aime toujours. Et il y a aussi une sorcière mâle chaude mélangée là-bas, et il la veut mal. Bon produit.
I have always wanted to read this book, and this past January I finally settled down for the good, long read that is Les Miserables. I was anticipating being bored and having to wade through lots of dense descriptions. While these dense descriptions do exist in abundance, and there were certainly sections of somewhat excruciating historical descritions, I was awed by the richness of Hugo's prose. I like to joke that he didn't write a single sentence that didn't have a minimum of 5 adjectives, but really, that was part of what made it so enjoyable. The book I read following Les Mis couldn't begin to compare to the hearty language of Hugo. Although reading it felt like a marathon at times, when I finished I felt a sense of sadness that this constant companion of elegant prose had come to an end. Read it and savor it. Do not rush through it. It deserves plenty of time.
This was the finale to the Elite Ops series and Jordan and Tehya's story. I really liked this one for the burning sexual tension between the two and amazingly hot scenes. Tehya's past is about to catch up with her. Jordan and the entire Elite Ops team comes to her rescue. This is really how a finale book should be written, with multiple appearances by all the characters we've read about as well as Jordan's father. The suspense story wasn't all that suspenseful, but I loved the couple so much I didn't really care.