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Monday, October 26, 2009
Review - Killer Dolls by Angelica Hart and Zi
Title: Killer Dolls
Author: Angelica Hart & Zi
Publisher: Champagne Books
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Rating: You NEED to Read
Reviewed by: MarthaE
While bio-terrorists use her handcrafted dolls to attack the innocent, Letti Noel falls for FBI agent Taut Johnson. Deceit is a growing barrier to their love, but it's the stalking terrorists that threaten their lives.
This is a remarkably vibrant and fast paced romantic suspense! It is full of subtle and sassy innuendos that I have come to expect and enjoy from Angelica & Zi ‘s Tuesday Morning posts at J. Kaye’s Book Blog.
Letti is a wonderfully creative business woman. She has developed a unique line of dolls and I loved all the various descriptions of the dolls that are designed to suit the individual recipients. Suddenly the unique dolls start showing up with a deadly poison that could hurt the children or their loved ones who have ordered the dolls as gifts. Taut Johnson, FBI agent, goes in undercover to see if Letti is involved in the nefarious plot.
The book starts with a punch of evil from the bio-terrorist villains and an intense description of the first death. The writing is brisk and has its own irreverent and feisty style! Sometimes it had me smirking, others chuckling and there were parts where I was absolutely laughing out loud!! The story is heavy with sexuality, including some phone play, and some language is a bit rough and raw but it works well for the story.
I liked the short sub-chapters and the introductory phrases that clue you in to what will happen in the next section. There was an interesting shift in the story from the hunt for the terrorists to hot and heavy lovemaking! Then it slides back to terrorist action and an ironic ending!
I found the style of this book different from most of what I read. I enjoyed its unique “brassiness” and distinct humor. I would recommend this as a definite NEED to read for adults who don’t mind a little bit of raw language and who love catchy innuendos, a sound plot, fast action, and intense scenes.