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Devil Du Jour (Book 2, The Book Waitress Series)

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  • Posted November 24, 2012

    This second book in the Book Waitress series begins exactly wher

    This second book in the Book Waitress series begins exactly where book one left off and you will probably be a bit, well a lot, confused if you have not read book one. I thought I was completely in love with book one, but this one was even better. From the first page you are on this amazing and mysterious paranormal adventure. Camille and Derek really play off of each other well and the relationship seems natural and not forced. I especially like this because they both have a bit of social awkwardness to them and I can totally relate to that aspect of their characters. They are also both bright and educated which adds a depth to them I also related to.
    I probably should not have read this so close to bed time because it does have some elements in it that are quite scary. I get especially spooked when people, as opposed to paras, do really bad things. Without giving away too much, there are some bad things that happen in this book that make it such an amazing book. Oh and the ending........ AMAZING! I so can not wait for the next book to be released! This series is quickly becoming one of my faves.

    8 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 18, 2012

    Second book in series rocks!

    For this second book in the Book Waitress series Ms. Remiel continues the story from the first and it is awesome! The relationship heats up between Camille and Derek just as much as Evil takes a bigger hold on the town. Can't wait for the next installment in this series to see what happens next!

    7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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