Review originally featured at Angel's Guilty Pleasures
Urban Fantasy - Paranormal Romance - Supernatural
April 30th 2016
Gemini, Book 2
Camille Ellis has tracked many killers during her career,but this time it's personal. Cut off from conclave resources, she won't let a small thing like a suspension keep her from accepting Cord Graeson's offer of help.
Pretending to be mated to him is one way to secure allies, but the best that can be said of the Chandler Pack is they haven't killed or eaten her. Yet. Between the alpha's displeasure and the pack's distrust of fae, she's working overtime to keep her head above water.
Just when the fur starts to fly, a tip cracks her case--and her life--wide open.
Head Above Water starts off right at the ending point in book one, Dead in the Water. The author hooked me from the begging to the end. I couldn’t put this one down and read way into the night.
The world and characters are phenomenal. Their is no shortage of action, mystery, and a relationship that is just blooming.
Cam is working on a case and the more she uncovers the more dangerous her life becomes. Besides all that the relationship between her and Cord is just growing, which they are dancing around, and Cam will have to make a choice. What every choice she makes she’ll have to navigate Warg politics.
We get to see Camille really come out of her shell and let someone else into her life; besides her Aunt and Cousin. The growth and development was superb on her end. I loved Cord even though he’s domineering and harsh at times. He did also make mistakes where Cam is concerned, but even with all that they both learn more about the other and come to see deeper then others have about who they are inside and what they need in their lives. These two do some healing and open their hearts.
Head Above Water was a faced-paced action-packed adventure. I am looking froward to delving deeper into the mystery of Charybdis and the relationship that is blooming between Cam and Cord. I am on pins and needles waiting for the third installment, Hell or High Water.
Rated: 5 Above Water Stars
*Disclaimer: I received a complimentary review copy provided by CrushStar Multimedia LLC via NetGalley with the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own.
Challenge(s): Pick Your Genre (Paranormal/Urban Fantasy) (2016)