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The Last of the Red Hot Vampires

Summary The Last of the Red Hot Vampires

Als Physikerin glaubt Portia Harding nicht an übersinnliche Dinge geschweige denn an Magie Umso skeptischer ist sie als sie auf einer Reise durch Schottland mit ihrer Freundin Sarah einen alten Hexenring entdeckt Doch als die beiden ein Beschwörungsrit I tried to read this for my real life book meeting It's a by the numbers paranormal romance with stereotypical characters You have the disbelieving physicist heroine who annoyingly uestions everything the daffy best friend who doesn't uestion anything and the gorgeous hero who is an angelvampireother assorted paranormal creaturePortia an uptight physicist takes a trip with her best friend to visit faery rings attend seances and go ghost hunting Why might you ask would a skeptic knowingly waste her time and money this way You got me While visiting the faery ring the friend takes off for some vague reason and Portia decides to read aloud some incantations her friend conveniently left behind She ends up summoning a virtue who bestows her with powers to control the weather Portia then literally walks around with a cloud hanging over her head And still she doesn't believe I had the same trouble with this Katie MacAlister book that I had with the previous two I attempted to read They are much annoying than funny to me The heroine is uptight upright and places herself in situations that make absolutely no sense to me considering her views on all things remotely woo woo and unproven by science The hero is an angelic creature and it's a good thing too because I doubt any other guy could put up with Portia who finds himself in harms way because of Portia's stubbornness to believe a word he saysI admit defeat sigh This book did me in I gave up somewhere around page 196 after rereading the same paragraph a good 20 times Overall A decent if over done premise but a terribly lame execution The result It bored the heck out of me Greek Mythology uestions everything the daffy best friend who doesn't Warrior Women uestion anything and the gorgeous hero who is an angelvampireother assorted paranormal creaturePortia an Michael Collins: Forgotten Astronaut uptight physicist takes a trip with her best friend to visit faery rings attend seances and go ghost hunting Why might you ask would a skeptic knowingly waste her time and money this way You got me While visiting the faery ring the friend takes off for some vague reason and Portia decides to read aloud some incantations her friend conveniently left behind She ends Loretta Rose up summoning a virtue who bestows her with powers to control the weather Portia then literally walks around with a cloud hanging over her head And still she doesn't believe I had the same trouble with this Katie MacAlister book that I had with the previous two I attempted to read They are much annoying than funny to me The heroine is A Season of Ten Thousand Noses uptight Silent Thunder upright and places herself in situations that make absolutely no sense to me considering her views on all things remotely woo woo and Si Dindo Pundido unproven by science The hero is an angelic creature and it's a good thing too because I doubt any other guy could put Si Dindo Pundido up with Portia who finds himself in harms way because of Portia's stubbornness to believe a word he saysI admit defeat sigh This book did me in I gave Wizards Tale III up somewhere around page 196 after rereading the same paragraph a good 20 times Overall A decent if over done premise but a terribly lame execution The result It bored the heck out of me

Summary ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Katie MacAlister

Ual rezitieren das Sarah im Internet gefunden hat geschieht das Unglaubliche Ein magisches Wesen erscheint und verleiht Portia die Fähigkeit das Wetter zu beeinflussen Kurz darauf versucht ein atemberaubend gut aussehender Verrückter sie zu entführen It took Portia until page 119 to believe in the “Otherworld” and its inhabitants It was frustrating and unpleasant having to read about her denial for so long I did not like it at allin fact I hated it It gave me a headache and was a completely awful experience that I wish to never experience again Portia gradually got better as she accepted the fact that the events occurring were real; she was still frustrating though Overall I didn’t care for any of the characters that much and I’m fed up with the word “sweetling” There was nothing that excited me in this story and very little that intrigued me It was nice to gain information about the Court of Divine but the inhabitants were so dreadful that it killed any enjoyment I would have experienced I hope that some of the information I learned is pertinent to the understanding of the next book in the series or one after otherwise this was a complete waste On a positive note at least there was some ethnic diversity in this book; the main male character Theo is of Indian decent I am happy to see some ethnic diversity in the characters and would appreciate Himig Ng Sinag: MGA Piling Tula und verleiht Portia die Fähigkeit das Wetter zu beeinflussen Kurz darauf versucht ein atemberaubend gut aussehender Verrückter sie zu entführen It took Portia The Test until page 119 to believe in the “Otherworld” and its inhabitants It was frustrating and The Test: Taken By The Men Who Raised Me unpleasant having to read about her denial for so long I did not like it at allin fact I hated it It gave me a headache and was a completely awful experience that I wish to never experience again Portia gradually got better as she accepted the fact that the events occurring were real; she was still frustrating though Overall I didn’t care for any of the characters that much and I’m fed Teacher Evaluation in Music: A Guide for Music Teachers in the Us up with the word “sweetling” There was nothing that excited me in this story and very little that intrigued me It was nice to gain information about the Court of Divine but the inhabitants were so dreadful that it killed any enjoyment I would have experienced I hope that some of the information I learned is pertinent to the Reticence understanding of the next book in the series or one after otherwise this was a complete waste On a positive note at least there was some ethnic diversity in this book; the main male character Theo is of Indian decent I am happy to see some ethnic diversity in the characters and would appreciate

Katie MacAlister ☆ 6 Read

Doch Theo North ist kein gewöhnlicher Irrer – er ist der Sohn eines gefallenen Engels und glaubt dass Portia die Einzige ist die seine Seele retten kann Erstklassige Mischung aus Humor Erotik und Mystery Riesenerfolg in den USA New York Times Bestsell 25 stars I think this would have been a higher score if I savored the book instead of speed reading through it I wasn’t able to pick up the funny parts that way which was the point of reading it It’s just that the humor isn’t the same as in the Aisling Grey series which I super love