Review: Rejar by Dara Joy

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Review: Rejar by Dara Joy
Rejar

3 Stars

Book Info

Released: May 1, 1999
Series: Matrix of Destiny #2
Pages: 390

 

After really enjoying Knight of a Trillion Stars I decided to go straight on to this book about Lorgin’s younger brother Rejar. It started pretty much where the other book left off and after stepping into the vortex-thing Rejar lands in a carriage in cat form in regency England. He also finds himself in the carriage with Lilac who he is straight away intrigued by, and so he starts hunting his sensual prey as only a Familiar can!

I wanted to like this book sooooooo much, and I did kind of, but the one thing I cannot stand in a book is an annoying heroine. And Lilac really irritated me. I don’t know why, I understood why she was so resistant to Rejar and to be fair there was less whining as much as alot of her being angry. But it got on my nerves ALOT.

Also I don’t really feel the chemistry between them, and when they finally declared their love I wasn’t convinced. I think the problem was that there wasn’t enough about them as a couple, there was plenty about them having amazing sex, but apart from that I didn’treally see a connection.

But this book did have some fun bits and although I had many eye rolling moments I did enjoy it.

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Blazing new trails in experimental fiction is a top priority for Dara Joy. Her novels break all the rules and have captured a huge audience. Her unique works have gone on to receive numerous awards.

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Holly

Great review! 🙂 I enjoyed this book.