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March 22 2012 @ 04:18 pm
Haunted by Amber Lynn Natusch (#2)  
Title: Haunted
Series: Caged, 2
Author: Amber Lynn Natusch
Pages/Size: 567 kb
Rating:
Links: Kindle

Book Description:
"I cowered away from him, unable to formulate a coherent sentence. Questions ran through my mind though none made it past my lips. I wondered how this could be happening, what he wanted, and what major injustice I'd brought against the universe to bring a fate such as this upon me.

Perhaps being born was reason enough."

After his near death experience only months earlier, Cooper's behavior is rapidly deteriorating.
So what does Ruby do? She adds a new roommate into the mix. When her friend Ronnie is abruptly called away for a family emergency, Ruby takes in Peyta, Ronnie's highly intelligent and overly observant teenage daughter. With an increasingly unstable Cooper in the house, Ruby fears for Peyta's safety.
But when Peyta's behaviors become as perplexing as Cooper's, Ruby finds herself juggling a series of lies to ensure their safety as well as her own... Until the lies, and the bodies, start dropping.


What did you think of the book? (Why this book?, New Author? Read more by author? Keeping? Thoughts on Hero? Heroine?)
Great book. Really kept me on the edge of my seat wondering what would happen next. Natusch has us begging for more with the unrequited love story between Ruby and Sean. The twists and turns in there "relationship" are truly enthralling. If that weren't enough we learn new things about our characters.

As if Ruby doesn't already have enough on her plate with a recovering Cooper, she is then thrown into teenager watch when Ronnie has to leave town. Ruby's parenting skills are fantastic to watch as is her continual banter with Cooper who has a few surprises for us as well.

Again, if that weren't enough we learn there is more to Peyta (Ronnie's daughter) than we could ever imagine... and we it comes down to it there is more to everything than we expected.

Natusch is great and keeping you interested and moving the story along quickly but wonderfully. Highly recommend.

Other Book in the Series:
Caged
Haunted
Framed (March 2012)
Scarred (May 2012)
Fractured (Fall 2012)
plus 2 more to finish the series