Laying low and running her tiki lounge worked well until her parents showed up on TV. The world at large was sure she and they were dead. Now the other order is seeking them down. And that means death of the most unpleasant sort.
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So Cady seeks out the truth about who really committed the murders. The two battle against the clock, their pasts, demons and one very precocious year-old to try and save Cady and her parents. Along the way there are scary demons, kidnappings, movie nights and — oh, yes — sexy times. On that last part, Lon Butler is a new favorite. The single father who is also a badass is going on the book boyfriend list. That good. The plot is twisty enough to keep you turning the pages and the characters may become your new best friends. Urban fantasy readers who love a dash of romance will love Kindling the Moon.
I promise. So glad you enjoyed it!
Review: Kindling the Moon (Arcadia Bell #1) by Jenn Bennett
I am so glad you liked the book! This was one of my my top five favorites of Lon is a great hero. I love the single father aspect.
I have heard so many good things about this book. I just bought it and hope to get to it by next week.
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This book has been on pick-it-up-eventually-list for awhile now, but it just got pushed the top of the list. Thanks for recommendation. Great review! Your email address will not be published.
The relationship started with Arcadia hating Lon for little reason , we had a classic pointless misunderstanding and since Lon is an empath that just seems even more unnecessary. Despite only knowing each other for, maybe, a week, this relationship has lots of mini-dramas shoe-horned into it. All of them storms in a teacup.
Is there a checklist? Do all of these need to be included in a romance? The pacing of the book works really well in terms of interest — there was never a point when I was bored or felt that a scene dragged on and there was some really fun and powerful action scenes that were really well handled. But at the same time Arcadia needed to be more urgent for me. She has a deadline, after which she or her parents are dead — sounds like a reason to go all in.
The book was never boring, but Arcadia was never in a hurry either. Still, the story showcased the world and was interesting in its own right — I did enjoy it.
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And the ending? It can work — so long as there is enough of their own personality as well to back up the specialness. Arcadia didn't particularly annoy me as a character — but her special woo-woo is the only reason why she is the protagonist and I would have liked her to take a lead more in her own story.
In this book she was almost Lon's sidekick. She also came into America with a fake marriage.
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