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Jackie Rutledge has seen her share of supernatural killers. But her latest murder case is what recurring nightmares are made of. Brutally exsanguinated human victims, vanishing-into-the-ether evidence, and a city on the edge of panic mean that she and her psychic partner, Laurel, are going to need more than just backup. So Jackie is fine with any help rugged P.

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The first in the paranormal romantic fantasy series, Deadworld, set in modern-day Chicago. My Take Jackie and the FBI seem cool with it but we never do learn just why such a conservative outfit like the FBI has allowed a gay psychic on the team and appears to take Laurel seriously. For the most part, the dialogue ran true. I did like the character of Jackie, for the most part; she is such a drama queen.

Not what one expects from an FBI agent. Jackie is The first in the paranormal romantic fantasy series, Deadworld, set in modern-day Chicago. Jackie is supposed to be such a tough little thing and good at her job. There is no way Jackie or Laurel are going to lie down and let some civilian do their job! So the clash is on. Meanwhile, Jackie and Laurel are trying to figure out how, who, or what is killing these people and leaving absolutely no trace while also hounding Nick and Shelby as to their involvement.

The Story An old vampire has been playing games with Nick Anderson for well over years now. And Jackie has found pictures dating back decades which look just like Nick. The one of his father when he had been accused of killing five people back in the s really has her…curious.

Then she finds his "museum"… The Characters Jackie Rutledge drowns her past in work. The more the better. Laurel Carpenter is her partner and a psychic who senses ghosts. Nick Anderson was a sheriff in Wyoming. In Where his family was killed by a vampire, Cornelius Drake. Nor are we given any information as to why Drake would turn Nick into a vampire. Well, at least, someone did something to Nick as his family lay dying.

Shelby Fontaine was brought over by Nick in the s when she lay bleeding out. Lovers for a time, Shelby and Nick work together in Specialty Investigations, a private eye firm specializing in ghostly issues. She just loves racing her BMW motorcycle. He comes across more as a stern, caring dad.

The Cover and Title The cover confuses me. Urban Fantasy is not my usual reading genre. I hate cop stories, vampires, graphic sex, etc. In all honesty, there was really no reason for me to buy this book, but since I had connected with the author through Twitter, I wanted to support him. A lot of different readers have had varied opinions on Deadworld, ranging from hating it to loving it and everything in between, all for various and conflicting reasons.

Some say the plot was gripping, while the characters were lackluster. Some say the writing is monotonous and disagreeable. Others say the exact opposite.

Jackie is hard to like at the beginning of the story. They apply the bad cop, good cop roles in the story. I loved Laurel from the very beginning.

My inability to connect with Jackie because of her personality was rectified with Laurel. The author did a good job taking the usual vampire stereotypes and turning them on their head without losing the essence of vampirism. While some readers claim the characters lack depth, I came to love the main characters, even Jackie.

I felt their pain, happiness, and anger right along with them. I actually cried at one point. The characters are what made the story for me. One particular scene was painful to read, not because it was badly written, but just because of all the emotional baggage that went into it. I just felt bad for Jackie. As far as the plot goes, it was so-so. I was more involved with the characters.

The bodies are piling up and both Nick and Jackie want to stop the killer.

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DEADWORLD J N DUNCAN PDF

A lot of different readers have had varied opinions on deadworld, ranging from hating it to loving it and everything in between, all for various and conflicting reasons Some say the plot was gripping, while the characters were lackluster Some say the writing is monotonous and disagreeable Others say the exact opposite. As I said in the first bit, there s a lot of graphic romance or mentions of it One particular scene was painful to read, not because it was badly written, but just because of all the emotional baggage that went into it I just felt bad for Jackie That said, a decent romance blooms between Jackie and Nick, one where she s sober and not reliving her abusive past, so that was nice. As far as the plot goes, it was so so The pacing was great for me, possibly slow for others, and the author put cliffhangers in the proper spots I kept telling myself one chapter for about thirty chapters while reading one night I didn t find myself really caring about the plot itself I was involved with the characters The bodies are piling up and both Nick and Jackie want to stop the killer Nick s personally involved, and it s Jackie s job to catch the villain I didn t find the villain particularly threatening, but he is deplorable. The supernatural aspect isn t overwhelming as it is in most paranormal or urban fantasy stories Even with vampires, ghosts, psychics, and the world of the dead, it felt like the world we live in, with just a little bit extra The supernatural was a backdrop for the story rather than the story focusing on the supernatural bits I liked that. All in all, I really enjoyed deadworld, so than I expected to It was a complete story for me with no real questions hanging over my head I don t know if I ll read the sequel The Vengeful Dead when it comes out in October The cover does look fantastic though.

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The first in the paranormal romantic fantasy series, Deadworld, set in modern-day Chicago. My Take Jackie and the FBI seem cool with it but we never do learn just why such a conservative outfit like the FBI has allowed a gay psychic on the team and appears to take Laurel seriously. For the most part, the dialogue ran true. I did like the character of Jackie, for the most part; she is such a drama queen.

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