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“Camille's powers intensify in this book, and she becomes a priestess of the Moon Mother. She also meets Smoky's father with a negative result. Camille also finds Trillian ,and she makes the choice to join with him forever.The sisters investigate the new general, Bonecrusher aka Stacia,who takes over where Karnavack left off. Not to say that this book did not have action scenes, but I felt like the sisters did not accomplish anything .They usually whoop the bad guys into a pulp, and they either find or lose one of the spirit seals, which one was done a lot more than the other
. So, I would say the book was entertaining ,but it did not truly help me advance the book in my my mind.”
“WILL BE GOOD”Issy wrote this review Friday, November 18, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Auch etwas Hexenzorn gehört natürlich in unsere Bibliothek!”MexxBooks Club wrote this review Friday, November 11, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“heerlijk sexy, spannend, boeiend en adembenemend.”jojootje wrote this review Saturday, July 16, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“D'Artigo sisters up against new general Stacia Bonecrusher, new revelations, considered new alliances, and new status for Camille to their enemies. It has actions, zombies, ruthless father in law, Eartside Fae Queens's proposal, magic, and sex.”Gregory F wrote this review Tuesday, May 17, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“The continuing story of the D'Arrigo sisters. Good study of ethics.”Celtic_Witch wrote this review Tuesday, May 22, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“This series has been really great, now its to the point I don't want to put it down... have to find out what happens next! Got to love a series that captivates you.”Sailon wrote this review Monday, January 31, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Another delight in the series. ”Linsey wrote this review Monday, January 3, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“I found this book was quite a bit darker than previous installments, and while I still love the characters and the world Galanorn has created, I found this book was missing much of the humour and lightness that has interspersed with the battle part in earlier books.
There wasn't much other than the battle the sisters are facing in this book. A few small moments of happiness, but the vast majority of this story was surrounding the escalating battle the sisters and their extended family [Trillian returns, and the girls' father also returns in this book] are engaged in to save the worlds - Earthside and Otherworld. I just found it very heavy and sad, and without giving spoilers, there were some really downer moments in this book that were tough.
I am going to read the next book in the hopes that there will be more than just battles and death - something positive to balance out the tough parts. ”
“The start of the 3rd trilogy (or book 7) in the D'Artigo sisters Otherworld series is a continuation of the 3 half-Fae sisters on the front line trying to find special magical seals before the demons can bring Hel on earth! Each story is told from a different sister's POV, and this is Camille's turn.
She is a witch, and the Moon Mother is her Goddess that she is pledged to honor during the Hunt each full moon! She has 2 husbands: Morio the Kitsune (Fox Demon) who is grandson to one of the Hags of Fate - Grandmother Coyote; and Smoky, a Silver/White Dragon Shifter, who needs to deal with some family issues in this novel. Her Alpha Lover Trillian has been missing/ undercover on assignment on Otherworld, and they are finally reunited! How will he react to her marriages to the other 2 men now in her life??
She gets summoned by the Black Beast (the Father to the unicorns!) during the equinox and full moon, where a Hunt like she's never experienced will take place!
On top of everything else, there's a new demon general in town who's proving to be quite ellusive while she stirs up trouble with some powerful necromancy use!
A lot of change comes Camille's way, including one of the first casualties in the war where it's personal and had me in tears! Things are only going to be getting tougher from here on out, and we have to wait until the next story comes out with Delilah's POV (she's my fave of the sisters!).”