The niggly things include our Police Chief Delaney Reed, not locking her front door despite people coA few niggly things but overall a terrific read.
The niggly things include our Police Chief Delaney Reed, not locking her front door despite people continually just walking in; going for a lone run along the beach when she knows someone is possibly out to get her and knowing when she has a wrong one in sight but doesn't even check him out.
Loved the idea of a vacation spot for Gods in Ordinary, Oregon. And the fact that 'creatures' were also preseA very solid 4 stars, possibly 4.5 stars.
Loved the idea of a vacation spot for Gods in Ordinary, Oregon. And the fact that 'creatures' were also present and a largely unknowing human population rounded out the town. And also the Reed family, in this generation 3 sisters, all of them the town's police force. Still a question mark over how Reed senior, the Sheriff, died a year before the story started.
Delaney Reed, the new Sheriff, has the responsibility of bridging the Gods power when they vacation and if they die in Ordinary. Myra always turns up when she is needed & Jean the youngest, gets bad feelings when things are about to go down.
Ryder, Delaney's crush since she was a little girl, has moved back to town after 8 yrs away, and its obvious that it goes both ways. It is also obvious to us that he wants to get a look at something in the police files and that he has military & hunter training; and ends up rejecting Delaney in order to keep her safe, not realising that his old friend is more than she seems.
Looking forward to the next book, I think due out next month....more