Friday, January 16, 2015

Masquerade Tours Review: Broken Dolls by B.R. Kingsolver

Disclaimer: I received no compensation from the author or publisher for this honest review.

Here's what I'm giving it:

Rating:  3 stars

Here's why:

I read this book in a day and I can honestly say that for the most part I enjoyed it. The main character, RB, was a breath of fresh air. She was strong and able to protect not only herself but others. I like the fact that even though she was a beauty, she didn't go out of her way to flaunt it overly much. She is a very confident character, though sometimes her stubbornness drove me nuts. It's alright to be tough, but it's also alright to ask for help which she seemed very reluctant to do.

There was not a huge amount of backstory/character development which I would have liked to see a little bit more of.

The action scenes, however, were well-written and very believable. Also, the social norms for this particularly word/setting were brought to life and were very realistic.

Would I recommend this book to others? I would to anyone who likes a fast-paced stories, paranormal or urban fantasy reads.


Private investigator RB Kendrick makes her living nailing cheating spouses, digging up other dirt to help in a divorce, finding long-lost relatives, and occasionally sniffing out criminal activity and fraud.

When she takes a job to find a missing girl, she has no idea she is headed for the most dangerous case of her career. Usually, her ability to read minds gives her an edge. But when the people she’s hunting are also telepaths, that advantage is limited.

The search takes her into the dark underbelly of telepathic society, where anything, and anyone, is for sale. She discovers that telepathic women and girls are being trafficked as the ultimate sex slaves.

With people trying to kill her, she’s on the run, not knowing who she can trust. Will she find the missing girl, or become a victim herself?

A novel of paranormal suspense set in the world of the Telepathic Clans.

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