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Eye of the Tempest by Nicole Peeler
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Aug 03, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: fairytale, paranormal, bisexual, comedic
Read in August, 2012

Start of the book was not so great, but then book take same fast action, comedic and intresting phase where I have grown used in Nicole Peelers previous books.

Jane True is not typical paranormal heroine, but she is really independent woman who can make her own decisions and these independent thoughs are not typical I disagree with male lead and then realises during book that male lead was right. Nicole Peeler makes much more intresting plot twist as she make male lead to be cursed as dog most of the book and Jane gets new adventure companion, ancient fay who has unutterable name (least Jane can't say it), so Jane call her as Blondie, which Jane's libido, who has personality it's own, founds this ancient female fay very actrative, even that Jane didn't have any bicurious tendendies previous books, but reason for this attractions could also be Jane long dry spell. And same time as Jane's virtue and libido fare their conversations about which how Jane should sleep with, Jane's old enemies come back to haunt her and this time their plans threaten whole world, at least west coast of the North America, which is for Jane same thing. And to stop villians plans Jane much help Blondie to become champion of the most ancient creature of the world who a traped under continent of the North America, but this plan is not as straight forward as it seems.

I love how realistic character Jane is and her supporting cast is also very good. And best thing in this books is Nicole Peelers light and funny narration, but still her world has very dark side on it, which contrast it's lightness very well.
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