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  • Posted September 18, 2010

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    Amy Lane Keeps getting better!!!

    When I found Amy Lane and her Little Goddess series I read 1,2 and 3 voraciously....Each one had such special meaning, a coming of age, a growing up, and the clear feeling of "unconditional love" The characters are so well defined, the author makes you feel them as your own...She is true to them and who they are ...and they are true to us.

    In Rampant, our Cory has grown up in the years we know her. She is learning how to temper her powers and with that comes more power. We have a wonderful story in book 4, going off in three different directions . One, we have a pedophile vampire in a Kiss in Redding that is turning children into vampires. Cory is needed to address this issue ...Another is the age old In-laws (Nicky's parents). They want to visit with their son, thinking he's made a terrible mistake with Cory as his wife and being on Greens Hill. With them they bring Annette and trouble ...The third story which I found facinating was Green finding the Hill in a blackmail situation.

    We have our usual cast of Characters... Arturo and Grace play a smaller part this time, Jack and Teague and Caty (please read their story on Amy Lanes Website) join us and play a larger role, along with Nicky and his parents. We also meet a few new people Tanya and Sam and Annette. I loved the beginning of the book there was a Table of Characters so to speak. Reminding us of who we met and what there story was...A brilliant brush up after the time we had been away from the Hill

    In Book 1 Vulnerable... I cried
    In book 2 Wounded, I sobbed
    In book 3 Bound, I had hope
    In Book 4 Rampant I laughed, with its fun because they now were my friends...I know that Cory might puke and Nicky loses his socks ...I cried when Green prostituted himself and Cory found out, I loved that Cory let Bracken have that moment with Andres..Ohh...Andres another story....sometime??? I love Green and Cory and Bracken, all so broken and the strength they make together.And oh yes, it's still there what I felt from the first....Unconditional Love

    Amy Lane I cannot give your stories enough praise. Your writing is so heartfelt....I feel these you want me to...Its 10 stars as always

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