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    Strong, determined heroine

    I love any book where the heroine is a strong determined leader and Kat Nichols delivered just this with Deadly Secrets! New characters, paranormal elements, and action abound in Deadly Secrets. Kat opens many doors where the story can continue and I can't wait to see where she goes with them. Check out this book and take a break from reality - it will do you good!
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    Vampires and Fae, oh my!

    While a little slower to start as we caught up to what Sophia was up to since the end of Family Secrets, once the book got into its groove it was action right til the very end!! Lots of intrigue in this one, both with just Sophia and with the supernatural community at large. I really enjoyed Thomas's role at the beginning -- almost wish we could have seen more of his training sessions with Sophia. And as we started to see in this book, there is sooooo much more to learn about the supernatural world in The Secret Societies Collection books. In some ways I'm going to miss learning it from Sophia's perspective, b/c I can't help but feel she has more to offer. I'm sure she'll be making her appearances in the books to come. LOVED the introduction of the vampires. I felt like the book really picked up its pace at that point and had me on the edge of my seat for most of the rest of the book. Sophia had been struggling through so many of her adversities up til then, and this was our first real glimpse of her lady balls again, and I LOVE ballsy Sophia. Despite her epic nerves and the potential danger, it was soooo like her character to do what she knew to be the right thing for everyone involved. Plus, the vampire families were epically intriguing -- so different from each other, with their own unique "flair". EVERY TIME Sophia rallied for the right way, I wanted to stand up and cheer!! She still had her share of rash and impulsive decisions, but it was hard not to support them anyways. I loved having Sydney back -- she was a good counterpart for Sophia. We were introduced to some other interesting characters that I would love to learn more about, since we really only got a taste (most notably Tony and his relationship with Sydney). And of course I want to see more of the vampires.... Sometimes the lack of time spent on the characters was frustrating for me...I think that's a personal taste thing. I love really well developed characters and love learning all about them, and this book was more plot-driven at times. Like I said, I'm kind of sad to let Sophia go as our some ways I feel like she has so much more to say. But at the same time I can't wait to learn more about the world and see where the next books take us (FAE!!!)!!

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