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The Forest Bull by Terry Maggert
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it was amazing

Ring, Wally, and Risa are saving the world from monsters. When he was in the army, Ring “found [he] was average at taking direction, poor with guns, good under pressure, and able to kill with little lingering introspection.” A World Cup soccer fan, Wally is a dangerously beautiful, tall blonde woman with an unexpected streak of compassion. The analytical Risa possesses “fearsome intelligence, [with a] taste in music on par with a cheesy disco rat.” And last but not least, Gyro, the huge, drooling Great Dane, loves the other three members of his team as much as he loves ice cream.

This fast-paced, well-plotted work reminds me of Laurell K. Hamilton’s Anita Blake series. I felt as if I was in the middle of the action, living it along with the characters. Characters like Sandrine, an excellent conversationalist who wears Chanel as well as a non-human scent, will take away your breath…if you give her a chance. (Sandrine is still giving me cold chills!)

While not for fragile, swooning Southern Belles, the book is an excellent read.

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October 1, 2013 – Finished Reading
October 14, 2013 – Shelved

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