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  • Posted June 27, 2013

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    In this latest installment of Emma Holly┬┐s Hidden series we find

    In this latest installment of Emma Holly’s Hidden series we find out how Resurrection (that pocket of reality that is part Fairy and part human) came to be. Werewolf cops Rick and Tony Lupone are on the way to work when a call comes in about two pureblood fae fighting with swords. They are closest and take the call. When Rick comes upon one of the fae who is dying she tells him that he has been chosen to protect the woman who is to be the Keeper and his failure to do so might mean the destruction of Resurrection. When he finds out that the woman he is to protect is the half-fae he had a crush on in high school the job doesn't look too bad. Cass Maycee doesn't know what to think when high school hottie now Detective Rick Lupone shows up on her doorstep but she isn't kicking him to the curb either. It appears that Rick and Cass are going to have to solve a mystery and keep the bad guys from unmaking Resurrection and if they fall in love along the way so much the better.




    This is an incredible story. Emma Holly always tells a smoking hot tale but she has out done herself this time. She makes this world real and the inhabitants mean something to you. I couldn't put this book down. Watching Rick and Cass learn to trust and love each other while on the run was at times painful and at others so erotic I blushed but always I needed to turn the page to see what happened next.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 25, 2013

    In my opinion, Emma Holly is the most overlooked writer in the p

    In my opinion, Emma Holly is the most overlooked writer in the paranormal romance genre. Her books are clever and sexy. This one is no exception. The characters are fully developed and engaging. The romance genuine. I wish more writers wrote as well as she does.

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