All in Time
Sara's life is filled with mysteries. Why did her parents abandon her as a baby? What's behind the baffling blackouts she suffers and the frightening images she creates while she's out? Who is the strange woman claiming to hold the answers - and why does she keep calling Sara a Hussy?
Morgan's got a few mysteries of his own. What was his father...more
This is a fast, sexy read about a group of women called The Hussies. They're an old organization made up of special ladies who have the ability to sense those men who will somehow better the world. Each hussy has a particular ability that helps them in their quest.
I had a hard time getting past the whole "Hussy" thing. I mean, couldn't they have been called something more dignified, more threatening? Something that would strike terror in the hearts of those who seek to keep them from their calli ...more
And that's where I felt the author really shined. I liked the plotline, the paranormal elements were interesting, and the way she wove the characters' backstories w ...more
I think the reason this wasn't a higher rating for me is because I read Ciana Stone's other sho ...more
Once I managed to worm my way past the whole Hussy thing, the book was pretty good. It moves quickly, the characters are likable, the sex is pretty hot. While it w ...more
Interesting concept with The Hussies - I would like to know more about the leader and her background and whether she gets to be with her true love again! Don't leave me hanging Ciana!
My suspension of disbelieve was really tried when they knew assassins wanted to kill them but instead of leaving they have a lot of sex ...more
Too high concept, not enough explanation and,I think, unintentionally humorous. Every time the author mention the Hussies, which she calls female warriors, I giggle as I associate that term with the name my grandma called loose women.
This needed some vetting by a writers group prior to publica ...more
This was an odd book. I think it could have been better if the story was told in more detail. The only part that really had detail was the romance, which really isn't even the appropriate word for what it was. It really was just a faint storyline overcome with raw sex.
The storyline of the Hussies is one that I would love to read more of and, no, I didn't have a problem with the word hussy.
A light read, perfect for a rainy Sunday afternoon.
This was a freebe on the Nook so I picked it up. It has a nice fantasy/paranormal twist and a little adventure. I liked it. Ciana Stone tells a nice story.