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Posted September 22, 2012
'Pretty When She Kills' is the second book in the paranormal horror trilogy that focuses on our heroine, Amaliya, as she continues adjusting to her new life as a vampire. Aside from being turned in the first book, Amaliya figures out that she is also a necromancer (awesome!) and had to defeat her enemy. Not everything was bad - she also fell in love with Cian, the vampire master of Austin. In this second installment, Amaliya is faced with even more problems as a huge paranormal war seems imminent, she is being hunted by a mysterious man and the progeny of the Summoner, and now her grandmother is having horrifying visions of another necromancer vampire. Will Amaliya ever get a shot at peace and a happy ending?
This book, like the first in the series, is incredibly well written. It is fast paced and flows effortlessly - making it a literal page turner. There are so many completely awesome things going on - a necromancer vampire!? - that the reader is immediately immersed in the world that the author has created. Our heroine, Amaliya, is witty and so badass. She doesn't take crap from anyone and tackles problems without (much) fear. All the characters are unique and have their own personalities - they are very realistic and easy to identify with, even though most of them are supernatural. There are so many twists and multiple plot lines going on throughout the novel that you are kept on your toes the entire time and keeps you trying to figure out what will happen next. I honestly can't say enough good things about this series. It's one of the most interesting and engaging horror/paranormal series that I've ever read. This is the first I've read of Rhiannon's work, and I'm now completely hooked and I may begin stalking her. If you haven't read this series - START NOW! You definitely won't regret it.
Disclosure: I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
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Posted October 14, 2012
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