In order to review this book appropriately I have to share a bit about myself. I am a Pagan, I believe in love, light, nature, and balance above all things. Anyway, I shared that with you because reading this book I felt believe I connected with the characters (the decent ones at least) on an entirely different level than if I were not of the Pagan religious persuasion. There are a few scenes, mainly ones featuring Anabel that I just felt at peace, there is a quote, I don't have access to the book anymore but the quote basically states my beliefs more eloquently that I could ever get them to come out. I wish I had the book to share it with you.
The characters are complex, rich, and wonderfully developed. The villain is truly a villain, you can just tell, he is just a bad guy. On the other side, the protagonists are everything that is supposed to be a romantic protagonist couple, and a super hot one, like sizzling hot, at that. I'll take a leather wearing, ripped, book reading, motorcycle riding, all around delicious author to save my butt any day of the week. I again, L-O-V-E this book and I will read it over and over, it is now snug on my favorites shelf
Saturday, March 27, 2010
The Bibliophilic Book Blog review of RAMPANT
If you popped over to the interview I posted yesterday, you might have seen Monica's review of RAMPANT while you were there. I actually have to keep checking that it's my book she's talking about. :o) Her love for RAMPANT is a writer's dream come true. Check it out!