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Deadly Desire by Keri Arthur
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Sep 30, 2009

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bookshelves: ebooks, urban-fantasy

Pretty ok addition to the series. Not as good as the last two books but for different reasons than the first four. I like to see Riley growing as a character, doing things like wearing sneakers to work instead of stilettos and trying to be--for the most part--a one man gal. What strikes me most about this book is just how boring Quinn has become. He's lost his teeth. Not literally, but... he's a char with a lot of depth and while I have been annoyed in the past by some of his poor choices I also hate to see him turned into a prop.

I have to agree with some of the reviews I've read, though, that one of this series' strengths is its cast of supporting characters. They are very noticeably absent here, and it leaves the whole thing feeling kind of washed out. Faded. I do like Kye, but I love triangles annoy the crap out of me. Will read the next to see how it goes...
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