Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Review: Prime Evil by Heather Long

Prime Evil by Heather Long

Publisher: Sapphire Blue Publishing
Genre: Urban Fantasy

Heat Rating: 2



Nearly a decade ago, Randall Oakes left hedge witch Chance Monroe for dead— Now he’s back along with her ex-lover Jack Parker. The FBI wants Chance in protective custody, but Chance knows that it won’t be enough to protect her from Oakes.

Connected to the earth, Chance must rely on her supernatural senses and her own wits to survive this game of cat and mouse

Hunter’s Review

The book opens up very intensely, with Hedge Witch Chase Monroe helping a man with an imp problem. The action doesn’t stop there. Ms. Long has a real knack for drawing readers in and not letting them go. She does that in a major way with this book by creating Chase—a truly likable character—and by contrast, Randall Oakes, who is downright scary.

If I had any complaints about it at all, I would say that sometimes there was simply too much detail, so much that I would occasionally—to steal a cliché—lose the forest for the trees. But she always managed to draw me back in and it was an enjoyable read!

4 Tea Cups!

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