Saturday, January 21, 2017

Earth Bound by Christine Feehan

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Book four of the Sea Haven/Sisters of the Heart series. I am moving right along with these books which is good since my goal is to complete them. This book picks up directly after book three, and ti contains Lexi's story with yet another Prakenskii brother. I liked how she developed the story since Lexi is the victim of some serious past abuse. On the other hand it felt like the complete was having the same discussion over and over again throughout the book which drove me a little crazy. If half stars were an option on Goodreads I would give it 2.5/5 stars, but since it is not i had to rate it 3/5 stars.

2 comments:

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  2. While I appreciate your offer I think I must decline on this one. I am not a big fan of books that are formatted in several different ways to get the story across. If was written in a normal manner I would give it a chance, but since it is not I do not think my opinion would a review that would benefit you. Thanks very much anyways!!

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