- Taschenbuch: 288 Seiten
- Verlag: Bella Books (31. Dezember 2013)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1594933863
- ISBN-13: 978-1594933868
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 1,3 x 14,6 x 21,6 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 1 Kundenrezension
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 160.035 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
Weeping Walls (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 31. Dezember 2013
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I rarely rate books, but this one I read in one go...couldn't put it down....not really a fan of "supernatural" books, but Gerri Hill
got me wanting more!
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At the same time they are exploring their new relationship, trying to keep it hidden from the colleagues, while finding ways to spend as much horizontal time together as possible.
What they find case wise is a haunted house, creepy neighbors, batty old women, and a lot of evil. More importantly what they find is the beginnings of something serious.
Great follow up to Keepers of the Cave.
In the second of the series Ms Hill takes her more than slightly odd FBI team to a haunted house. In another great X-File-esque romp the team face friendly ghosts, possessed middle aged women and incompetent local cops.
This book gives us more of Ice and Billy and develops the team dynamics, especially amusing as the big baldy is terrified of ghosts. But once again the central characters are CJ and Paige who's burgeoning romance started in Keeper of the Cave. Here CJ and Paige start to explore their relationship outside of the play-acting - will it develop into something more than a short term fling while on the case, or will Paige's mother and CJ's insecurities derail it?
Amusing, lighthearted, funny, touching romance, great sex as always. Am enjoying the development of this off the wall series.
In this sequel we find the beautiful and girlie Paige and her sexy soft butch CJ moving into a more serious level in their relationship. Gone are CJ's all-nighters at the bar with faceless women and too much tequila. Nothing repressed about how Paige feels about her woman. Her assertiveness and love for CJ was totally hot. These two practically live together in this one. At work, these FBI agents, along with their partners, Ice and Billy, are dealing with the outcome of having so many people die in the last book's fiasco. Their boss has been demoted and they are given a 14 year old cold case combined with an active one that no one expects them to solve. Basically, it's a crappy assignment. This includes lots of visits to a trailer park and one haunted house with a seriously angry ghost.
Off they go to investigate, dragging us through interview after interview in a kind of real-time mode. About halfway through I was skimming a lot of that stuff. Ack. Way too repetitive. It opened pretty promising and the sexual interludes were awesome but they kind of disappeared or did the fade to black thing about halfway through. Had they continued in more detail to the end I'd of gotten through the trite paranormal stuff without complaint. Though I will say that Gerri Hill really is getting bold in the bedroom and experimenting with new positions, lol. I LOVE Gerri Hill for these sexy new choices!! My guess is the little old ladies in the editing room musta had an aneurysm over this particular strap-on scene, ahaha. Hello Mt. Lesbos Publishing!!! It's 2014!!!! LOL.
These two are definitely hot every time they get to be alone, sex or not. Every time Paige called CJ "tiger," I just kinda melted. But the exciting build up from Keepers of the Cave did not exist here and I just wasn't as seduced into quietly putting up with the detective and paranormal stuff until the focus came back to the couple alone. It takes more than more of the same to produce a good sequel... especially when the characters have changed. I really wish Hill had put the romance at the forefront and done something more interesting with them. There is life after hooking up and I wish Gerri would explore this intelligently and creatively and not just in terms of whether or not it's safe to say "I love you." Because it's so OBVIOUS that they do!!! No need to resort to a boring detective/paranormal plot to fill in the time. Why do some writers always think something other than the romance can possibly be more interesting?!
However, I will say that Paige and Ice just shined here bringing quite a bit of humor to the plot. I learned Ice is an African American and has an amusing fear of haunted houses. And if Paige was a vegan in the last story, I guess I forgot. I laughed out loud at all of Paige's little obsessive and uppity quirks. She was definitely the star in this one. The complication of having a vegan diet was amusing... and her bossy and condescending attitude toward non-vegan mortals was hilarious... all too true of 99.9% of the vegans I've met in real life, I must say (sorry, but it's true). In this case, it just made Paige more amusing. At some point I thought food took way too much of a focus here, lol.
I want to say the plot was more interesting toward the end... but I'm just not much of a paranormal fan. I was bored and wanted the romance to have much more of a focus.
A couple of quibbles regarding Paige. She is what interested me most about the story and she is one of my favorite Gerri Hill femmes... so I was disappointed at the lack of physical description. Not one mention of her blonde hair until 82% of the way through. You CANNOT forget to sexualize hair and tell me about her clothes... or give me a visual of her pretty legs. That's like the best part for me. (Though Paige naked under her robe *was* enough to give any dyke an imaginary Radclyffe hardon.)
FURTHERMORE, I can deal with all the peeing Gerri Hill's characters are always doing. I wouldn't even grumble over menstruation if she goes there. But please don't even talk about farting...