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  • Posted August 3, 2010

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    Just started this book & it is awesome! Writing is very well done & it pulls you in on the first page & keeps you. Now I did just start it but I can tell I am going to love it & I hope there are more in this series to come!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 5, 2013

    So let me start by saying I learned some extremely fascinating i

    So let me start by saying I learned some extremely fascinating information about tarot cards, their meaning, and reading them. If you’re like me, you know somewhat about tarot cards but have no idea what each means and how they work. Well now I do lol not that I could read them! And I will say that if you love a big crime type mystery with your paranormal fantasy, I’m so telling you to grab this one! It’s much like a crime mystery in the facts and details that are placed together. I happen to be a fan of things like this. And then we add a little fantasy to it and BAM we’ve got a really interesting story for me!

    Tara is not your typical bad mama jama heroine. She’s got scars both internal and external and she’s coping so well with them. I actually like this a lot because she isn’t some all powerful total kick ass chick- in the beginning  you get to know her a little as she also gets to overcome some of her fears and tries to reassess herself. She’s been in hiding, not just from the world but I think a little from herself. I watched her slowly unfold and learn to help herself. She’s a relatable character because if that.

    There are a few supporting characters her that you’ll meet, Cassie and Maggie are key plot characters, good guy wise is Harry, the agent helping Tara, and Sophie, the older friend of her mother and part of the Order- I can’t call them witches, but you get the idea. Sophie talks Tara into helping try to find a missing scientist while Agent Harry helps her. This plot unfolds and you get to see some different perspectives, including the bad guys. This brings to light some serious plot twisting, so it made it interesting! Plus Maggie is of course a totally cool canine!!

    I happen to be a huge fan of this author, not just by this name but also by her other. But I will say, though her writing has the same feel, this book is not really much like her others. I think that’s pretty cool when an author can do that. It’s got some really cool info- like serious research was done for this book- enough that you know it was done, but not in a way that disrupts the story. The parts about the missing scientist’s projects were explained in dialogue which was a brilliant idea to me… Ummm I totally hated ALL my several physics classes in college so way to keep me actually interested LOL! And I’m going to jump right into book two because I’m so ready to find out more! Not just about Tara about about her world an how things are going to play out! I’m going to say 4.5 MYSTERIOUSLY DIVINE PAWS from me!

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