Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Review of Killer Intentions by Christie Silvers

Killer Intentions is the third book in the Liz Baker series by Christie Silvers. In this installment of the series, Liz gets some devastating news about her half sister, Jesika. Someone has already volunteered to help Liz and Jesika. Unfortunately, it's Gregory, Liz's vampire father. When Liz refuses his help, he sends her other siblings after her. At the same time, the nagging voice in Liz's head, which bears an uncanny resemblance to Dolly Parton, rears its ugly head and plagues her with self-doubt. Enter a werewolf whose job is to protect her and a visit from her mother with some surprising news and it's no wonder Liz's life feels like it has turned upside down.

I attempted to read this book in one sitting. Had life not gotten in the way, I would have done it! This third installment kept me flipping the virtual pages. Liz is an empowered, independent woman who is having a tough time right now. This book shows more of her fragility as she attempts to juggle all kinds of new revelations and to protect herself and her loved ones. As more of her layers are being stripped away, she is also blossoming into someone even more magnificent. Eventually she is going to come into her own; we are just here for the ride.

My only complaint with this book was that it ended too soon (with an appropriate cliffhanger) and the new installment isn't due out until later this fall. I can't wait to get my hands on it!

I received a complimentary copy of this book from author Christie Silvers in exchange for my honest review.

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