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Dead If I Do (Garnet Lacey Series #4)

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  • Posted October 23, 2009

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    READ IN ORDER

    Bought this book not realizing it was in a Series. Wish I would have read the first 3 before, probably would have enjoyed this one more.

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  • Posted August 22, 2009

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    Marrying a Vampire what would the parents say?

    More Vampires, vampire offspring, witches, zombies, ghosts, gouls, goddesses & witch hunters. Sooooo good.

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  • Posted June 21, 2009

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    Once again Tate Hallaway does it again, GREAT BOOK!

    I loved this book, sad to have finished it! Can't wait to read the next one!

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  • Posted June 15, 2009

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    Cute

    I thought this story was a lot funnier than some of the others. There seemed to be a continuous element of humor throughout the entire store. While not laugh out loud funny, it was entertaining. Unfortunately my desire to continue reading this series is slowly starting to diminish because there really isn't anything that exciting going on and the love scenes are a little boring. This is a light-hearted, lazy read but there are probably some other more entertaining and juicy books out there (like some of the ones I've listed).

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  • Posted June 5, 2009

    fun for the eccentric

    The latest Garnet Lacy book finds the heroine in as much trouble as the previous ones. The book has all of the fun characters from its prequels. The premise is hillarious. How can you marry a man when his son has summoned his dead zombie mother and she has cursed your wedding. Garnet's parents are thrown in to the mix and that makes for some good times. They are hippy-pothead-vegetarian-farmers that don't get how their daughter could have adopted such an alternative lifestyle. IRONIC. Alls well that ends well. Garnet gets the wedding she should have planned all along. I like the Tereza/Daniel plot twist. Can't wait for the next one...

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  • Posted April 2, 2009

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    The latest Garnet Lacey urban romantic fantasy is a lot more amusing than the previous tale

    In Madison, Wisconsin, Mercury Crossing bookstore manager Witch Garnet Lacey and her vampire fiancé Sebastian are making wedding plans when his dhampir son Matyas manages to wake up his mother, Tereza, who has been in a coma for centuries. Tereza is irate to learn her husband considers her his ex-wife. Her plan is to kill Garnet and Sebastian; as a special combo zombie, vampire and witch paranormal she might be able to achieve her objective.----------------

    In the meantime Tereza curses the engaged couple. This proves instantly successful as wedding plans collapse when everything is abruptly canceled. Losing her cools, Garnet is ready to tackle the ex as her inner Goddess Lilith is fuming for vengeance, but the bride also has new people problems to harass her with the arrival of her clueless mortal parents.------------------

    The latest Garnet Lacey urban romantic fantasy (see DEAD SEXY and TALL, DARK & DEADLY) is a lot more amusing than the previous tale (see ROMANCING THE DEAD), as Madison's favorite witch learns a basic truism that Murphy was an optimist; nothing goes right. The story line is fast-paced from the moment Tereza curses the happy couple. Filled with angst yet amusing, DEAD IF IT DO is a terrific bewitching tale.-----------

    Harriet Klausner

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