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  • Posted November 11, 2010

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    Woohoo! Girl power!

    The Setting - is southern Texas on the great highway to South Padre Island, great mecca of spring breakers and vacationers wanting fun in the sun. However, the destination is halted in a tiny ranching town with more cattle than people, and a very racially diverse population.

    The Characters - are some returns of the favorites from the previous books. Maggie, D&D Lisa, and Justin, as well as a colorful cast of locals. I think one of the things I adore about Rosemary's books - are her characters. I love Maggie's sharp wit and Lisa's dry sense of humor and Justin's sense of do-goodedness. They seem like living people to me. Like I might actually meet Maggie at the coffee shop or something.

    The Plot - is at first nothing more than a spring break road trip - but when you're the paranormal version of Nancy Drew nothing is that simple! A turn of circumstances leaves Maggie and D&D Lisa stranded in a small town with a strange situation of disappearing livestock. Maggie, Lisa, and eventually the uber cute boys must figure out what's going on and how to defeat it! But all along the way there are other problems to solve, things in their way and questions to answer.

    Rosemary's books are so much fun to read. The stories may or may not be simple and straight forward, but part of me could believe them - which I think is rather important when you write paranormals these days. It's a world on top of our own and we know this one well enough to spot a bad copy when we see it, so being able to overly those tones and make me suspend my own reality is a thumbs up job.

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