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Saturday, January 2, 2010
Review - The Art of Fang Shui by Sandra Sookoo
Title: The Art of Fang Shui
Author: Sandra Sookoo
Publisher: Eirelander Publishing
Releasing Soon from Eirelander Publishing
Rating: You Gotta Read
Reviewed by: Jennifer
A reluctant empath, her powers jump to the forefront of her life, and she has no choice but to take notice when dishy, arrogant Edwin attempts to kidnap her as part of a covert mission to save the Eight Realms. Will she be as successful in denying Edwin's potent sex appeal as she was in hiding from the paranormal world?
Edwin is a half-vamp, intent on collecting the bounty on errant paranormal beings. His best-laid plans go awry when he meets stubborn Hannah. He needs her telekinetic powers in order to vanquish the power-hungry Demon Lord, Andre. He's thrown off guard as she bewitches him with her sarcastic nature as well as her tempting curves. Will the urge to make Hannah a light snack sabotage his mission?
Together the unlikely duo finds themselves flung into a sticky web of supernatural foes and dark deceit in their quest to protect the world's magic. Can Edwin and Hannah save the Eight Realms before they fall under the evil influence of the deadly Demon Lord, or will the fire of their relationship destroy them first?
This is one of those times you shouldn't judge a book by the cover or the title. Both of which made me hesitate to open this book. I opened it and was hooked. This book has so many paranormal beings in it, and great sex and it's hilarious. I love the chemistry between Hannah and Edwin. I loved that Hannah took in all the stray paranormals as they traveled through the woods. I love the wandering through the woods and all the "people" they meet in the forest. Ms. Sookoo created such a unique world in her book. I don't want to give a lot away, because you just need to experience her world on your own, but it is so worth your time to delve into the world of Hannah and Edwin, and the others.