Oct 152011
 

Ugh… I mean Mary Nealy.

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Hott Synopsis

The fight between good and evil is never ending. As a matter of fact, it Chicago it’s starting to feel like it may never end. Someone – or something – has decided that ‘his people” need to be let go and the city will suffer as Egypt suffered until it allowed the Israelites freedom.

Keren, a Chicago PD detective, has always been able to just know whether a person is good or evil and she knows that something tremendously evil is lurking. Even if it’s not this detective turned pastor who it seems she’s destined to include in her investigation.

Paul, the detective turned pastor in question, knows that he made mistakes. He knows he has a lot to make up for. He’s not sure what he’s done to warrant these plagues or the detectives wrath.

When a woman spends her life exorcising demons, it only makes sense that one would target her.

Hott Review

I have to start this with a confession. I did a really dumb thing. I started this book because I just couldn’t wait any longer. It was dumb because I started it during a week I knew I wouldn’t have much time or energy to read. So every evening, so very tired I could barely keep my eyes open, I’d read for 15 or 20 minutes until I crashed. Then I would dream about what could have happened next. Then the following night I’d need to re-read what I’d already read so I’d actually know which parts were in the book and which I’d just dreamed. Yes, I know.

Anyway,

Author: Mary Nealy aka Mary Connealy
Rating: A
Steam: Y/A — An older YA though because of the intensity
Series: Not yet…hint hint

Ten Plagues is a RRR book for me. I’d been craving and searching for it ever since I saw the previews on Seekerville. Then… I read a review at ‘A Room Without Books is Empty‘ and ran out, grabbed it, and devoured it. Thanks for your review, DetweilerMom!

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  One Response to “Review: Ten Plagues – @MaryConnealy”

  1. Oh wow. How cool. Sounds like it got in your head.

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