Saturday, October 17, 2015

Review: Undeadly by Cynthia St. Aubin

Matilda's life has become really challenging as her psychiatric patients now consist of supernatural beings she didn't know existed.  Now, she also sees ghosts and has to deal with her schizophrenic mother.  Her newest client is a vampire afraid of blood and she finds out all the supernaturals are now going to another therapist.

I felt like I came in on the middle of the story and there wasn't a lot of closure at the end.  It was fast paced, had interesting characters and some steamy sex, not to mention Demigods and a kidnapping.  So enough there to enjoy - but it really felt to me like chapters in the middle of a book.

Terri

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