Thursday, August 22, 2013

Review: Daylight by Karli Rush

reviewI don't even know where to start this review. I think this book could have been great but it was rushed. There was absolutely no character development. Why on earth would these two be infatuated with each other? There is a brief moment where Graham explains his pull towards Mattie and that's it. It's so brief that it's almost forgettable. I wish that the characters would have built more of a relationship. That way I could have justified their attraction towards one another. I have no problem with fast paced books but this had too many holes for me. The villain wasn't vile enough for me. If you're gonna be evil, you gotta play the part.

It had a lot going on and not enough follow through. Yes, she went to Solace to find this Daylight serum. What I would have loved to know was where is comes from? How do they make it? You know, the history of it. It was lacking in the world building department. There were only two things I liked about this book... the steamy scenes and her sassy attitude. That's it. I really wish there was 100 or more pages added to make it phenomenal. I wanted to love it, I really did. It kept my attention enough to finish it but I wanted so much more.




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Karli has always blazed her own trail, whether popular or not. She has three wonderful sons and is contently married to a supportive husband. Her passion outside of writing is photography and all things natural. She is an Autism advocate and enjoys hiking, bike riding and family.
Karli was born deep in Cherokee Nation Indian Territory where she grew up loving everything paranormal and has even, first hand, witnessed a womanly spirit. The sighting, as it is referred to, occurred in Eureka Springs, Arkansas one of the top ten most haunted hotels, The Crescent Hotel. This experience captured Karli in ways that have expanded her beliefs about the possibilities of other realms.
As a teen, Karli was an avid reader, she sought out solitude for her passion in nearby Indian Graveyards. Although writing was something that has pulled at her most of her life, it wasn't until a recent visit to a Shaman, who saw her spirit's need for creativity, that she truly began down the path.
The Crescent Bound series is her first work which will consist of five books in all. She is simply thrilled to be able to share all the adventures of Alyssa Worthington with you.
Karli's ideal world would be one of open-minded kindness from everyone.