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C. Michael Hubbard
on April 08, 2012 :
Once again we find a rich benefactor asking to find something important that has mysteriously gone missing. He hires our down on her luck private eye. Secrets are kept. Secrets are discovered. Mayhem ensues. Once again a common theme, and once again I was entertained to rediscover it. I will say that I thought I had it all figured out and was thrown for a loop. Surprise. Good job Laura Lynn.
I have enjoyed the first two books, and look forward to Libby’s growth in the last book. In this novel we see her struggle against unnatural love for a vampire (only to be drawn to a werewolf, and fight against her morals). We see her stubbornness get her in dire trouble. And we watch as she accepts the unthinkable only to be refuted by her values and suspicion. And I dearly love that Libby doesn’t fall head over heels for the handsome vampire, but makes him work for it. Bravo Laura, thank you for changing the norm.
Yes I’ve said this about every self-published novel I’ve read: more back story, fill out the history, explain why I should care, and give me a reason to love or hate your characters. They still felt cosmetic to the idea instead of giving inertia to the plot. Still I didn’t put the novel down, and I look forward to the last novel in the trilogy. Yes Laura Lynn you have me hooked please let it be catch and release.
(reviewed long after purchase)
J.R. Pearse Nelson
on Oct. 22, 2011 :
The second book in the Libby Fox trilogy delivers on the promise developed in the first book. The book moves quickly from progress with the developing romance to the introduction of yet another hot male on Libby's hands, one who threatens to compete with Adam for alpha status in Libby's life. Libby continues to dive into perilous situations with half-cocked plans; her sheer tenacity kept me on her side, waiting to see what challenge was next around the corner. Secrets of the Wolf is a great sequel, and while there was closure, the ending left me wanting more. I know Libby does, too. So we'll have to see how she handles that in the third book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)