Chong Cheng Cheng itibaren Phang Thiam, Phra Thong Kham District, Nakhon Ratchasima 30220, Tayland
This is the 2nd book I've read by Elizabeth Hoyt. I enjoyed Raven Prince very much and haven't been able to find the sequels in any book stores in my area, so I decided to start this series. Emiline came off as very uppity and snotty. I didn't like her at all and that's what ruined the book for me. Because she was such a snob, I found myself imaginging her owning slaves when her and Samuel moved to America, and I imagined she'd treat them like crap. That has absolutely nothing to do with the storyline of To Taste Temptation, but I still found myself thinking those thoughts. Can you tell I didn't care for Emiline? Samuel wasn't interesting enough to overcome my dislike of Emiline so the story just fell flat for me. The mystery of who set up the soldiers didn't pull me in either. I was so disappointed! This book was boring! The best part about it was the Iron Heart fairy tale at the beginning of each chapter. Now, THAT was interesting. I'm going to hope for the best and finish out this series.
in ketab kheili jaleb be rizekarihaye ertebatate zano mard dar jameye emroze iran mipardaze az nazare adabiat va ravani kheili khob pish rafte.
"Ask Betty" is perfect
There was some absolutely beautiful writing stored within the pages of this book but it just doesn't make it to my list of great or even close to great books. Maybe with some time she will develop some more maturity in her writing. Some interesting images of Mexico, Texas, and Japan. The Mexico segment of the book was far too graphicaly violent for me. The characters almost got to where you cared about them but just fell short of the mark. Interesting idea to take a myth and turn it into a current day story but I really believe the Lightening Thief was a better book.... Just because a book has high level vocabulary, does not make it a great book. Sorry but no kudos here.