I love reading, especially urban fantasy. It transfers me to other words and makes me forget about my problems for a while.
I started writing as a kid but nothing too serious until now. I have written several short stories and I have some unfinished novels in store. Currently, I am working on a project I'm determined to finish.
I liked the setting. The story was great and it had me guessing all the time. And Marco a Talent? I totally didn't see it coming.
Although I have to say, I didn't like Joss much in the begining, I later came to understand her actions.
Many say that a book should captivate the reader from the first line. The author definitely managed to do that. I was curious about the story from that first line and I wasn’t wrong.
It was a book worth reading. The unique characters and the humour were a plus to the plot and the suspense Renee built. There is nothing worse for me than figuring out the big revelation before it was announced in the book; once my suspicions are confirmed, I have no longer the same desire to keep reading the book.
Renee Pawlish found the golden middle though; giving enough to keep things interesting, yet not too much for the reader to solve the mystery too soon.