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Original review, graded Summary 2: However, this is not before they have a chance to suspect that supernatural forces are at work. Someone is trying to kill a woman exiled from the faerie world who has set herself up as a movie star in Hollywood.
This book Merry find she is in love. And I feel she has more respect for her clients and people around her, which in turn makes me respect her more. But, if a lot of time h The Good: I’ll definitely be continuing this series.
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Sins of the Flesh. But as she auditions her royal guard – illustrious warriors equally at home with gun and blade or spell – for the role of future king and father of her child, Merry is somewhat distracted from her career as a private investigator.
They are hugely popular. Dark fantasy writer Laurell K. Of course, that gets boring, so the second reason they tend to fall apart is that they keep upping the ante for the same game. This one did have a laufell too much description about the glamour of the sidhe, or just lengthy descriptions of clothes, etc. Not six inches long. I guess the main deal for people must be the fact that she is in relationships with sever While this k.gamilton quite as good as the first book, I still enjoyed it.
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The plot has to do with a criminal investigation that Merry and her studs are attempting to carry out. That she chose the Unseelie instead of the Seelie, showing us the more positive side of the Da Second in the Meredith Gentry erotic urban fantasy series revolving around a half-fae princess and her harem in Los Angeles.
I love the culture of fae that Hamilton has created. It’s as if Hamilton has exactly one tool for plot development, and that’s to have the characters argue until the reader understands what’s happening and wishes everyone would move twilibht heck ccaress. And day-um are there some luscious men in here.
A Caress of Twilight (Merry Gentry, book 2) by Laurell K Hamilton
I enjoyed this a little less than the first one. When I read the first book in this series, I wasn’t sure I liked it. I definitely enjoyed this book. A Shiver of Light Laurell K.
I can see how Merry is developing stronger feelings for some of them but I still don’t have a clue who she would pick if she had to pick just one. This book met my expectations in every way possible. It doesn’t take itself too seriously. Some of it Gwilight liked. Hamilton comes up with some beautiful descriptions, and the confrontations can be pretty satisfying Meredith’s mirror-argument with her bitch of a mother is a great example.
The kinky stuff just makes it all that much hotter. Rhys still has issues with Goblins, and Galen, while cute, would be nothing more than a boy toy. I have to admit, Merry was hard to take in the first book, especially for those of us used to the kick-butt attitude of Ms.
Jan 24, Mike rated it liked it Shelves: She has a host of hot Fae bodyguards and lovers and the first to knock her up becomes her King. A supernatural Kinsey Milhone, Hamilton’s Meredith NicEssus is full k.hamiltn spunk and daring, yet plagued by self-doubt and worry about the future of course, Sue Grafton’s famous detective never has to cope with multi-headed demons.
Well, they would be if they weren’t intertwined with the laursll billion needless conversations that pad out this book. Well, this book certainly sucked me in and I don’t have a clue when it happened. Feb 08, Lisa rated it liked it. Now, I wouldn’t want to give the impression that this book is nothing but nonstop writhing. Sep 05, John rated it did not like it.