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Trace of Fever by Lori Foster
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Aug 01, 2012

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Trace of Fever what is there to say about this book? Well first of all it was a very pleasing book, but it wasn’t any great work that I would read again. The females name is some long name but is shortened to Priss which I know, but when I think of that name I don’t think of head strong women who are usually in these types of book, that is beside the point. I actually didn’t like Priss all that much she just didn’t feel like a real person one minute she was outgoing and fun and the next she was a totally different person sometimes it was just confusing. Trace on the other hand, had to be two people, he was being one person for the boss and one around Priss, and that actually worked I could see the transition but with Priss it was much harder. Now the plotline, the idea was a good idea, but I felt that it could have been condensed book instead of 400 pages. Normally if I had read this book as a single I most likely would have put it down, but I have the next couple of books in this series and I want to hear Jackson’s story. He was introduced in this book, and I just loved him! However, it kind of felt like she was just pushing him in there to get another book I still loved him though.
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Susan Hilton Love the cover of the book!

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