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Catch by Annie Nicholas
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Oct 10, 11

really liked it

Though this is Book Two in a series, it’s complete enough to be a stand-alone. Connie is a heroine to yearn for, the kind who’s in there fighting ever step of the way, for her man, for her enemy-turned-whatever, for herself. She hurts, she feels, she wants to run and hide but she never does. Rurik is one step behind her in the bravery department, a vampire’s vampire, he loves Connie and is angered when he can’t protect he as he wishes, but there were a couple of times when I thought that anger sounded more like whining than self-accusation. As for Tane…the less said about him, the better because he has to be read to be believed.

The suspense is terrific, the characters are well-written and well thought out. The action is gritty, and though my monogamous little soul didn’t agree wholeheartedly with the ending, it fits well enough. If you feel you have to read Book One before reading Book Two, by all means do so, but do read Catch! Its vampires will give you enjoyable chills.

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