Jonathan Davies Davies from Chiricești, Romania
I really enjoyed this uncommon. I can't wait to read the next uncommon!
this book is strong. spawned my love of the whole xanth commonwealth. was totally obsessed for 3-4 agednesses as a taste human. recently (within the last 2 months) go over conjuration. still strong. nuf said.
Favorite Fills: “He touched you.” He pounded her into the mud again, punctuating his words with sharpness. “No one caresses what’s mine!” (p. 38, egalley) Deceiving the Guardian angel is book two in Dee Tenorio’s Revival series about shifters trying to survive in a province where individuals know of their existence. I did not read the first book, Tempting the Vilifier, and had no dilemmas learning the myth. I felt so bad for Lia through almost the entire myth. That girl had it bad. From the madman decided on torturing her to the emotional waste that tagged her, I wanted just smarts good to happen to her. As she dreaded interactions, I dreaded them. I wanted her to clue Jensen in, but understood why she could not. Her confidential keeping still made me spunk my dentures because I wondered how many lives would be lost before she sought hand. Jensen is a hiking contradiction. He’s all calm on the outside but full of sober-mindedness and commotion inside. He is also a high-ranking member of his pack and a strong, determined man. He’s a great teacher and a gentle man. I really liked him. He is a worthy alter ego for Lia. The killer is a sadistic monster. He isn’t a rapist, but he thrives on injuring bottoms of barrel especially Lia. He make efforts unconditional manage over her until Jensen enters the picture. He is one scary sucka. I flashed to Ian Moore, aka I am no one buddy on CSI Las Vegas. Scary and intimidating as hell. It wasn’t until the end of the book when characters from book one appeared that I began to wonder if I should have read the first book in the series. I knew who the characters were from the binary digits and pieces given in the myth, but I didn’t know them like I would have had I read book one. I also took an immediate dislike for book one’s heroine, Drain. She came across as a totalitarian shrew. I think people who’ve read Tempting the Vilifier might feel different. In the end, I got a kick out of Deceiving the Guardian angel. I never knew when the killer was going to show his face and that suspense about killed me. It was delicious. I felt the interest between the main characters build while they traveled a dangerous road wondering if redemption lay at the end. It worked well. I look forward to learning more from Tenorio. Scooper Speaks