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Zoey Rogue

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

The best book Lizzy has written to date. I have read every book

The best book Lizzy has written to date. I have read every book that Lizzy has written, and I think this is the best story she has written. The main character, Zoey is a tough, fighting "chick". She bucks the system whenever she can. And of course, believe...
The best book Lizzy has written to date. I have read every book that Lizzy has written, and I think this is the best story she has written. The main character, Zoey is a tough, fighting "chick". She bucks the system whenever she can. And of course, believes she is unstoppable. Yet, there is the insecurities she has in her personal life that she tries to hide from everyone. Her insecurities is what really draws you to her character.

Then, there's Declan. Wow! Also a very strong character, yet Lizzy does show you that he too may have some insecurities..

When the two finally meet it's like a volcano erupting. Through the whole story you're rooting for Zoey and Declan. Of course the road of trust and love does not run smooth. When Zoey is betrayed by Declan as a reader you feel her pain and sorrow. You also feel for Declan when he realizes the pain he has caused Zoey.

Great job Lizzy!

posted by JoannIL on May 31, 2013

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Soul-mates Incubus Enforcer Style

This is usually not the type of book for me but I was pleasantly surprised by Zoey Rogue. The intricacies of the Succubatti and Incubatti Societies as they interacted with the human world was interested. The soul-mate bond between Zoey and Declan even more so interestin...
This is usually not the type of book for me but I was pleasantly surprised by Zoey Rogue. The intricacies of the Succubatti and Incubatti Societies as they interacted with the human world was interested. The soul-mate bond between Zoey and Declan even more so interesting.

Zoey is a typical headstrong and stupidly reckless heroine, a Halfling in the Succubatti society. While her snark and humor were refreshing, her rebellious recklessness made her a frustrating and almost unlikeable character.

Then there's Declan, Incubus and head of the Enforcers. Declan is the sexy bad boy with a sweet gentility to him that is endearing.

The combination of Declan and Zoey makes for an entertaining read.

The writing was not great nor was it super descriptive. All in all, Zoey Rogue is a quick and entertaining read.

posted by LoverOfBooks0 on May 21, 2013

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