This was a different book than I usually read, not only is it an adult novel, but also it’s a romance. All in all this book is good if you can get past all the sex, I understand the attraction between Gray and Marley without hearing intimate details, that just makes me blush. I loved the fact that the setting was
, a city I’ve always dreamed about visiting. I also feel for the characters. New Orleans
Marley: The female main character who is very in tune with her psychic powers (she has to be, she’s a Millet after all) and who is very adventurous. I love her spunk and how she doesn’t back down from a fight, even with Gray.
Gray: A cop-turned-writer who falls instantly for Marley. Nothing like love at first sight *sigh* I was happy they got together, but really… shouldn’t they be focusing on the dead body and missing singers? Come on guys, you can always have sex to celebrate after. I love this man though. I feel horrible that he was treated so badly as a child L that was awful, but he came out well ;)
Bolivar / The Monster: What a scary mental image Stella paints of it attacking the prisoners. I felt scared, but also interested in what the heck this thing was!
Moments to Remember:
“Marley scratched the dog’s head. ‘You’re the best. You’ve got the prettiest ugly face I know.’”
“The autopsy should be going on now, if Blades got to it.’
Fisher grinned with half of his mouth. ‘Blades is a first-rate M.E. I still say he chose the profession to fit his name.’”
“So she stuck out like a nun at a Chippendale show.”
“‘I’ve got your dog and she like me. Run away and she’s mine.’”
Thanks for reading this spoiler.