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Its ok, but not great
on 31 December 2009
I doubt you are buying this book or any of the authors other books based on a review. I know I didnt :) - I do think that potential buyers should be aware that the quality of this one and the third book as well, is nowhere near that of the first in the series. It felt as though Jacquelyn Frank was a bit unsure herself about the type of man that Magnus ought to be and the result is a character who is inconsistent and ultimately because of this, doesnt seem believable which destroys the immersion for me. His counterpart is much more solid and a better piece of work than he is. But you need two to tango and so it became a distraction to me everytime Magnus behaved out of character.
The eroticism is as good as the first one, but I couldn't get into it at all because I didnt connect with the male lead in this one. The book felt rushed.