Sunday, April 18, 2010

Fugue Macabre: Ghost Dance by C.J. Parker

Title: Fugue Macabre: Ghost Dance

Author: C.J. Parker

Publisher: Sapphire Blue Publishing

Publication Date: 2009

ISBN: 978-1-934657-07-2

Genre: Paranormal / mystery

Length: 391 pages

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Rating: 5 Diamonds

Heat Level: sensual

Other: oral

Reviewer: Devoni Rayne

Date: 04-18-2010

I know I was supposed to be reading this book with reviewer’s eyes, but I became so entangled in the story I ended up reading it for pleasure. I devour books like some people do meals and I have to say this is one of the best stories I have ever had the pleasure of reading.

Tabatha is a strong woman with a fervent desire to love and be loved. She is written in a way that a person can actually see her as being the girl next door and in a way wishes she was. Derek is the dark detective who is tormented by his past. He is a likable character from the start. His need to solve a harsh case involving the murder of children only makes him more appealing. Every character in this book was perfectly written and I could write a paragraph about each, but then I’d have a novel of my own.

They say people always remember the beginning and ending of things they read, but I will remember every detail of C.J. Parker’s book. The characters and scenes will haunt me for a long time to come. I could see this book on the best sellers list, or even as a hit movie.

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