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Divine Intervention (2010)

by Cheryl Kaye Tardif(Favorite Author)
3.72 of 5 Votes: 5
Smashwords Edition
Divine Trilogy
review 1: I liked the premise of this story quite a bit, actually. The only reason I had to knock a star off was because it was unpolished in several areas. The romantic attraction between the protagonist and another person didn't flow naturally; it felt more formulaic than anything else. And at times the dialogue and narrative was stilted. A lot of snarling, whining, growling, head swiveling, etc. Overuse of those types of descriptive words can start to affect the overall work, and that happened in this case. But the general plot was pretty good - just wish the characters could have been fleshed out a bit more.
review 2: I really wanted to like Jasi, truly. I loved the overall premise of the book, and actually appreciated the victims were unlikeable. But I could not fe
... moreel for Jasi or her plights because I just didn't like her. She was snarky, rude, angry, short-tempered...whatever you want to call it. If she flashed her badge one more time just to intimidate someone...I just thought she had a layer of personality that frankly, was mean! I felt more for the secondary characters, and if I continue with the series, it will be because I want to know more of their story. less
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I love this paranormal mystery. It kept me guessing until the very end
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