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Out in Blue by Sarah Purdy Gilman
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Jan 01, 2012

liked it
bookshelves: read-2011
Read on October 03, 2011

Angels and fallen Angels not a new concept but I enjoy reading different authors views on them.

The story jumped straight into it from the first page, it didnt drag and I enjoyed how we met both characters straight away.

I liked the main characters of Wren and Ginger and I enjoyed the story of them falling in love. What I didnt real like was how quick they fell in love. They didnt really get to know each other, it was bam! 2 days later, madly in love and wanting to be mated together.

I had guessed what had happened with Lark, especially when Ginger started seeing the ghost, and it all fell into place for me.

It was actually quite a short book, barely more than 200 pages I would guess.

I think it could have been filled out a bit more, to extend the story and the love story. I would have liked it to have not been so rushed as it felt very compacted.

I enjoyed the writing style and the story. I wasn't bored throughout all of this and really wanted to keep turning the page because I was enjoying it.

I like how the ending was also kept open for the character of Jett and I am definately intrigued enough to read the next one.

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