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Friday, March 22, 2013

{Book Review} Mystically Bound (Frostbite, #3) by Stacey Kennedy

Mystically Bound (Frostbite, #3)
by Stacey Kennedy
Released: January 31st 2013
Genre: Fiction- Adult: paranormal, urban fantasy
How I got it: received a copy from author

Tess Jennings’ life is in chaos. Her ghost lover, Kipp McGowen, vanished into the Netherworld without a trace. Now, she finds herself in White Castle, Louisiana, surrounded by the Animus—a secret society of the supernaturally gifted. To make matters worse, they present her with an offer she cannot refuse. If she helps solve the murder of their Grand Master, they will assist her in saving Kipp. Soon, Tess will land herself lost in another mystery she doesn’t want. But she will have to trust her enemies to gain what she most desires—a life with Kipp. Only problem? People are hiding secrets and dark pasts. Tess will soon discover that nothing is as it seems. She might want to save Kipp from his ghostly state, but someone has decided it’s better for her to join him…

Review: After the ending of book 2 I couldn't wait to read this installment. The beginning was a little eh, but whoa. Tess is trying to save Kipp, but things don't go the way she plans. In order to get the information she needs she must solve a murder. Unfortuntely this ghost is unlike any other she has dealt with, he's much mush weaker. As Tess works to over come the issues this case throws at her, she has to also worry if the murder is still in the house and if she's next.
A lot of information comes out in this book. Many of the things that happened in book 2 are explained and I felt drawn into Tess and Kipp's world even more. All of the great characters from the other books are here. My only complaint would be that it felt to short. I felt like instead of having a beginning, middle and end this was just the middle. I think that's why the beginning of the book was so eh to me, because it felt more like a big middle of the story. There is one more book in the series, so I know that the cliffhanger at the end will be resolved. And holy cow was it ever a doozy of a cliffhanger. While I'm enjoying the series following Tess and Kipps adventures and very hot ghostly encounters this book wasn't as great as the first two.


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