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Riding the Ether: Lakeland Heatwave

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  • Posted July 17, 2013

    "I received this book as a review copy in return for an hon

    "I received this book as a review copy in return for an honest review"
    I just love this trilogy!
    The way K.D. brings in new characters to the story is amazing. I always wonder where she is going to go with the new characters. They bring in so much more life to the story. It keeps you on the edge of your seat because you never know what Deacon is going to do next! I wish I had an Anderson in my life. He is amazing! This was a wonderful story and everyone brings in something new in every book. If you like trilogies this is a great one to read!

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  • Posted April 24, 2013

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    The Excitement & Consequences Increase in this Second Series Book

    This second book in the series picks up right where the first left off as the coven has to work together to fight the increasingly powerful demon, Deacon. In this story we have Cassandra, who has a unique ability that can only be brought out fully by the ghost Anderson. They can only be together in the Ether though which can be dangerous, so their attraction could get them killed. Cassandra wants answers though and is willing to brave everything to get them as her coven needs her. She must embrace her past for the future she wants with Anderson. This story is hot from the beginning and as sex is what fuels them, you see lots of sexual encounters. Surprisingly, these scenes gave great insight into the characters and I found myself completely immersed in their lives. Along with the main characters you get a glimpse of characters from the past who add to an already exciting and fast-paced story that leaves you clamoring for the next installment.

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  • Posted April 7, 2013

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    Picking up after the first book, the danger to the characters is

    Picking up after the first book, the danger to the characters is increasing, and the Elementals are facing threats from a Demon who wants to piggyback to earth to wreak havoc.    As I had hoped, characters are firming up their stories, and their voices are getting more individualized and dynamic as the story is progressing.  With a return of the relationship of Marie and Tim, and the introduction of the very flawed Cassandra and her lover Anderson there are several characters to enjoy or despise depending on your perspective.




    Of course, much of the recharge of the coven’s magic is gathered through sexual activity – and there is plenty of that in nearly every configuration, to light all fires!  From ménage to lesbian, gay and even straight (although not vanilla) combinations and scenes, the book fairly scorches your fingertips while the story has you dying to know who prevails in the battle to outwit the demon.  




    With suspense enough to bring you to the edge of your seat, and a solid mystery and evident teamwork from members in the coven this book will keep you turning pages to the end.  




    I received an eBook from the author for purpose of honest review for the Jeep Diva. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility. 

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