Sunday, May 10, 2009

Key to Conspiracy (Gillian Key, ParaDoc, Book 2) by Talia Gryphon

Key to Conspiracy (Gillian Key, ParaDoc, Book 2) Key to Conspiracy by Talia Gryphon

In northern Russia after a devastating earthquake, paramortal psychologist and Marine Special Forces operative Gillian Key helps break up a ring of child traffickers preying on newly orphaned children. But away from Count Aleksei Rachlav, the irresistible vampire she left behind, Gillian is vulnerable to the Dark Prince himself, Dracula, who would like nothing more than to use her as a pawn in his escalating war with Rachlav.

My review

rating: 3 of 5 stars
This was an okay read. I really like the characters of this series, but I find that the author really does not do a very good job of moving the story along. The events in the story have no transition. One minute we are fighting goblins and the next we are in the middle of a treaty signing. One minute we are rescuing children in Russia and the next we are fighting Jack the Ripper. Lots of action but really does not have any transition between events. Almost like the author is trying to cram way too much into the short 250 pages of book.

That being said I will read the next in the series, because I do like the characters and the basic storyline. There is a lot of action and just enough heated romance to keep me reading.

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