Divinity and The Python

Divinity and The Python

by Bonnie Randall

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ISBN-13: 9780994026408
Publisher: Bonnie Randall
Publication date: 02/11/2015
Series: Secrets & Shadows , #1
Pages: 380
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.67(d)

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Divinity and The Python 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Flowergirlzmom1SW More than 1 year ago
' I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review ' Shaynie is a Bartender at The Python. But she can't wait to open up her own place. Divinity. But nothing seems to go her way. She is having problems with the bank. Problems with someone vandalizing the outside of Divinity. To top it all off she can feel that Divinity is alive. But where everyone else seems afraid of Divinity, she is not. She knows it will not hurt her. To top it all off is Cameron. She has feelings for him but doesn't know if she can trust them. Or him. She keeps getting memories of a night in the past and links all the players to this night somehow... Cameron, Jude, Gray, Steve, Noel. Who was it that hurt her so long ago and is this the person vandalizing Divinity? Do they mean her harm? Cameron is a hockey player. He is afraid if he gets too close to Shaynie that he may get hurt. Not physically. But he can't help himself. He is trying to get traded so what is the point in starting something? Will Cameron take a chance on love or will he go for the trade? I thought this book was great. It took me just a little over a day to read and that is only because I had to do other things besides just read. lol. There is definitely a paranormal atmosphere to this book. I liked all the twists and turns that this book took. It really grabs your attention and keeps you interested. I thought that the characters were great. You definitely had almost every character type in here. I would definitely give it a thumbs up and recommend reading.