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Rampant: Witchcraft (Witches of Scotland) Kindle Edition
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It wasn't the situation / story of the main character, Zoe, who held my attention, it was that of the 'ghost' - this is more than a steamy story and although the characters are not developed in much detail there's enough to make you want to read on and find out what happens next.
The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because I did find myself at one point counting pages between sex scenes to see what the record would be; could have managed with less of them (in case you're wondering, the record is probably around 6 depending on whather you're on paper or Kindle!).
An enjoyable page-turner, with a bit of suspense towards the end as you don't know if one of the main characters being entirely truthful. I won't spoil things by saying any more!
It felt too much like soft porn, woven around a witchcraft story. I'm no prude - but the mix of sex and sorcery just didn't seem to hit the right balance. Bit contrived and I'm never convinced by a book (or film) where a lone female travels somewhere alone and doesn't get spooked by seeing someone crossing the landing out of corner of her eye - etc. etc.
Interesting to see some people describing it as steamy, though....I thought it was a bit beyond steamy, in parts.
Anyway - plot didn't grab me and gave up halfway through.
To be blunt, I'm glad I picked it up for free, because if it was a paperback it is the kind of book I wouldn't be bothering to pack to bring home!
In terms of tone, it read like a ramped-up version of Nora Roberts' Three Sister's Trilogy, with a similar sense of magical peril and hunky men.
The only bad thing to say about it was the annoying use of America spellings throughout - the constant 'color' and 'flavor' drove me mad. Why is a novel by a British author set in Britain using American spelling?!
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