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Then the dumping begins. Hamilton overuses as well. I wouldn’t want it getting all about who wants to fucks who. I am surprised aloento how much I liked this book. First you decide I’m a demon because of a power I didn’t ask for and don’t even understand.
This book may leave you out of breath and dizzy due to non stop action and far too sexy vampires Cassie Palmer has a problem. I’m aware that some readers compare this series to the Anita Blake series. I needed a departure between these to get my bearings. Usually, I’m turned off by non-stop action books. I myself couldn’t finish the book and Lord help the brave souls who dare read it whole.
Her need for answers and her horrible timing really pissed me off. I could be being unfair, alifnto it’s not like I can unread or block out the books and series I’ve already read. Mar 22, Regina rated it really liked it Recommended to Regina by: I really felt for her and hope she kicks ass and gains her Independence by the end of the series. She’s not even snarky. I know there are other theories a,iento there but this is the one that I believe. Nuh uh, not a snowball’s chance in Hell.
What gave me a little more pause was the time-travel element. I really felt bad for sl main character Cassie, because she has this great power, and everyone wants to claim her for themselves and control her and because of this she has had the worse childhood ever. Cassie is flung from one dire situation to another.
Touch the Dark
The pacing was also a little frenetic, but I would continue reading the series. And in the middle of explaining something, using one of my usual, snarky, totally catchphrase worthy lines, I start mumbling about the scientific explanation behind why the sky is blue. We’ve got ghosts, vamps, shifters, fae, magic, dragons! Werewolves – cameo appearance to chacne us that weres and vamps don’t like each other.
The narrative style was too explanatory, instead of using dialogue and character action to show what was going on. Nevertheless, she is not completely unbearable so its possible to muddle through, especially as there is no alternative for those, like myself, who cannot read 1st person POV. The part that I liked most about this book was the heroine’s personality.
Touch the Dark (Cassandra Palmer, #1) by Karen Chance
What I mean by this is, action scene would flow into action scene. The first one keeled me over and I remained buried under it even as more was dumped ls top. Could you get any real? Not sure it’s fair but that’s just how it is. Her thought processes were just so single-minded.
Due to this huge amount of action the information is dropped in the middle of it, which elongates the scenes. The story clunks along, often making no sense, which is unfortunate. This review has been cross-posted on my Happy Indulgence Blog.
Tijieblas writing is terrible, mainly because the author can’t even stand to stay in her own scenes long enough for them to go anywhere. There is nothing more frustrating than finally getting around tibieblas some action bedroom and fight scenes to realise that the author is just going to cut a huge info dumping session or major chatter in the middle of it. In fact, one serves as something like a guardian angel Later, she learns she has another power too: