Thursday 15 October 2009


Obsidian Prey by Jayne Castle
Book 6 of the Harmony series by Jayne Ann Krentz/Jayne Castle

Genre: paranormal romance

My Take On This Book:
I had a hard time getting into this book, unlike it's predecessors where it was grab-you-and-take-you-away from page one. And the ending was a little bit too corny for my liking. The twists and plots is slightly predictable. About one-third into the book and I was pretty sure who the bad guys are which proved to be correct at the end. Still an enjoyable read. Story-telling quality is 4 out of 5. But on the whole, I give this book a 3.

Cherry's Rating: 3 out of 5 cherries

Caption At The Back:
The world of Harmony has it's own special glow, thanks to the aliens who left behind powerful amber and twisting underground catacombs. Sparks fly, senses are rezzed, and passion can take yo by surprise...

Three months ago, amber tuner and independent prospector Lyra Dore made the find of the decade in an underground rain forest: amethyst ruins. But the very man she was dating stole her claim - and her heart. At least she has her artistically talented dust bunny, Vincent, to comfort her...

Amber Inc. CEO Cruz Sweetwater never meant to hurt Lyra. His affinity for obsidian amber gives him the ability to sense that she is his true love. But the ruins have mysterious powers, putting everyone involved with the project in danger. Only by trusting their psychic instincts will Crus and Lyra survive - and surrender to the desire that binds them.


  1. I will posting my review of this book later this week or early next week.

  2. hmm, not sure about this one.


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