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BettySchmidt

Betty Schmidt

Ich wurde 1980 in Stuttgart geboren, wo ich auch heute wieder lebe. Während meines Studiums der Sozialwissenschaften habe ich meine Vorliebe für das Schreiben entdeckt und beschloss danach mein Hobby zum Beruf zu machen. Hexen, Zauberei und das Übernatürliche haben mich schon immer fasziniert, weshalb es nicht verwunderlich ist, dass ich in meinem ersten Buch, Lunadar – Das Erbe der Carringtons, darüber geschrieben habe. Fertig bin ich damit allerdings noch lange nicht. Im Orden der Meander, dem zweiten Band der Lunadar Reihe, wird sich meine Reise durch die Welt des Übernatürlichen bald fortsetzen. Ideen für weitere Bücher habe ich auch schon.

Ich lese gerade

Skinwalker
Faith Hunter
First Grave on the Right (Charley Davidson 1)
Darynda Jones

Flame Angel

Flame Angel - Lisa Andel I was a little torn between giving 3 or 4 stars. While I liked the book, I wasn’t as excited about it as I have been when reading others. I think the main reason for that is that I couldn’t really identify with the protagonist. While I do understand, that Angies extreme lust for Devon had supernatural reasons and she didn’t have a choice about how she felt I didn’t really get why it wouldn’t bother her more in the beginning that she had sex with him. She believed he was a killer and even thought that he might harm her. If I were her I would at least have been upset or frustrated that I wanted him anyway. She only got frustrated about halfway through the book. Another example of when I couldn’t understand her actions was when Devon made Chase disappear in front of her eyes. Angie briefly thought that she hoped Chase (whom she had been having sex with a lot and even used to love) was still alive, but she never even asked Devon what he did to Chase. She just moved on.
I wish there had been a bit more plot, too, but I guess that wasn’t the point of the story.
To sum it up, I thought the book was well written, interesting and sexy, but had some flaws. Still, I liked reading it and would recommend it to anyone who does like these kinds of books.