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4.0 out of 5 stars Hunters become hunted, 6 May 2008
Helen Hancox "Auntie Helen" (Essex, England) - See all my reviews
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Janie Parker is a supernatural assassin, tied to working for The Boss against her better instincts but unable to escape her contract except by death. When The Boss sends her to collect a supernatural artefact called The Eye, Janie soon runs into Michael Quinn, a former vampire hunter and the man that was her childhood crush. Quinn has recently been turned into a vampire and is struggling with his thoughts and feelings about this, thinking he should be dead but not quite able to commit suicide. Quinn has learned that The Eye grants one wish to a supernatural person and he hopes to find it in order to be returned to a human.

Quinn and Janie find themselves travelling together to find the eye, neither trusting the other. They run into various problems including another vampire who is after The Eye. Can they follow the treasure map to the Eye, keep it from the baddies, and can Janie overcome the hold that The Boss has over her.

This was a fun read which was never boring and had some amusing moments. The story had good pacing and the characters were interesting as they learned about each other, particularly Quinn's doubts about his new status as vampire. The denouement at the end felt a little rushed and there felt like there was also some repetition in the writing style but apart from these small niggles it was a good read.

Originally published for Curled Up With A Good Book © Helen Hancox 2008
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Loving Immortality Bites. . ., 21 Feb. 2012
How love this series of book... this one is a bit different as it covers a story of Janie and Quinn. But I still loved Michelle Rowen's witty humour...

If considering these book which I highly recommend do yourself a massive favour and buy them all at once, switch off the phones prepare to burn the midnight oil as I couldn't put them down and bits had me laughing out loud- so not recommended for public transport as I even snorted a couple times I laughed so much!!!

Great Read

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