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Spider-Touched

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  • Posted July 17, 2009

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    Jory Strong continues to paint a post apocalyptic world

    In Oakland, Arana the human thief has the uncanny ability to change the threads of lives of others due to the deadly spider tattoo that wanders all over her body. Though an outsider due to her anomaly, she has felt safe and loved for a few years due to the protectiveness of two endearing pirates, Eric and Matt. However, both are dead and she is taken prisoner.

    Tir has no memory of his past and has had his power drained to almost nothing due to a collar he wears. He knows one thing with certainty: he loathes humans. He and Arana meet while both are being held prisoner; each is stunned; he because a mortal liberates his mind and she because he is immune to her tattoo. They become lovers with a goal of freedom, which begins with learning who they are and where they come from.

    As with GHOSTLAND, Jory Strong continues to paint a post apocalyptic world (following The Last War) as a dark, grim realm. Ariana is a refreshing kick butt heroine and Tir who detests humans with his deepest soul (can an angel or whatever have a soul?) is a heroic Prometheus like figure. Together they are a formidable team in the deadly streets of New California. However, on the other hand in the boudoir scenes her acquiescence as a submissive to his dominance seems off kilter for her take the hill personality. Still erotic urban fantasy readers will relish SPIDER-TOUCHED (and GHOSTLAND) while looking forward to many more Strong escapades in the Oakland diocese

    Harriet Klausner

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    Posted September 6, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 1, 2012

    Took me forever to finish it

    It just didnt have the feel that Ghostlands did, took me no time to read Ghostlands but this one took about 3 months. I cant eve begin to tell you why it didnt hold my attention until the end so i give it a 3.5. Hope her book Healer's Choice *fingers crossed*

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  • Posted December 30, 2011

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    Beware the tenderhearted

    Great follow-up to the first novel, Ghostland. Beware to tenderhearted: the writing is slightly offensive, but I personally love the writing. Post-apocalyptic world, unique and erotic, can't wait for the next installment.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2010

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    great series

    Can't wait for the next one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 13, 2009

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    Satisfying Series Continues

    This is the second book I have read by Jory Strong, the first being Ghostland. Her writing transports you to a intricate world where Supernaturals have come "out of the closet" so to speak and civilization as we know it has taken several steps back. But aside from the interesting world she has created she has populated that world with mesmerizing characters full of secrets and courage, passion and heat! I would highly recommend both books in this series. They will both certainly occupy prominent places on my keeper shelf!

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  • Posted August 11, 2009

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    Great world building and heat!

    I have been reading Jory Strong's e-books for a long time and was excited when she started publishing in paper. This is her second book set in a post-apocalyptic US but is a stand alone novel. I enjoyed this even more than Ghostland her first novel set in this world. The main character Arana is an interesting enigma and it is not until part way through the book we even figure out how she fits into this world populated with humans, vampires, Djinn, Angels, Weres and gifted humans. Her match Tir is an enigma also albeit a hot one! The sparks fly between them immediately and in addition to good world building and plot there is plenty of heat! I can't wait for more!

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