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Red-Headed Stepchild by Jaye Wells
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May 08, 2009

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Read in May, 2009

Sabina Kane is pompous, self absorbed and annoying. For the first half of the book. Once she meets Adam (the sexy hexy), she becomes a likable character. Throughout the book there are some obvious set-ups for a series of books staring Sabina, namely the talisman, the unknown prophecy, the mysterious twin and a budding romance that should-never-have-happened. If you're looking for fluffy, but fun this book is for you. The plot is loose, but the writing was decent for a debut novel. I'm curious to see what the second book has to offer.
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Jaye Wells
“I walked to the door where Clovis waited. When I looked up, he was staring at Adam. A quick glance backward confirmed Adam was returning his stare. Freaking males, I thought, they couldn’t be more obvious about their territorial dispute if they’d both peed on me.”
Jaye Wells, Red-Headed Stepchild
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