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  • Posted September 2, 2011

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    A Series That Is Impossible To Put Down!

    The Ganzfield series is an addicting, fast-paced, sexy, and hilarious YA series that I can't get enough of. Accused is the fourth book in the series and it's just as entertaining as the last three. This one focuses a lot more on relationships and less on a big bad guy - though there's still a bad guy, it's not so much a he, as it is a them (and a she).

    As the title alludes, Accused starts with Maddie in the midst of some legal drama. As the story progresses, there are the occasional minder gatherings, fire-starting sparks, and good ol' Trevor being as romantic as ever. Accused is much more character-driven than the previous installments, but this allows for a great deal of character growth.

    Maddie and Trevor grow individually, and as a couple. Their relationship strengthens even more - didn't think that was even possible - as they go through hell together. The secondary characters aren't around as much as they usually are, but we get to see a very pregnant Rachel and get glimpses of the next generation of G-positives through her very talented, yet-to-be-born baby. Seth is around a bit more and I loved it. His big brother relationship with Maddie is cute and protective, and his dry humor lightens the mood.

    Accused is another wonderful installment in a perfectly executed series. Kate Kaynak has delivered yet another fresh tale with endearing and entertaining characters, a storyline that continues to thicken, and a romance that has found a way to sizzle without fail. Accused has whet my appetite for even more G-positive adventures and I'm wicked excited to see exactly where Maddie will go next and what will happen in her future.

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  • Posted May 21, 2012

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    Thrilling read! Fast paced and flows smoothly. Love the interaction between the characters and you are able to get a great feel for their personalities.

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