Review: Close To You by Stacia Kane

Posted September 28, 2013 by Annie in Reviews / 1 Comment

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Review: Close To You by Stacia Kane
Close To You
by Stacia Kane

3.5 Stars

BOOK INFO


Released: October 8th 2013
Series: Downside ghosts #5.5
Published by St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages: 35
 

 A nice taste of the holidays, Downside style.  ~ Under the Covers

CLOSE TO YOU is a holiday themed novella set in the Downside Ghosts world. It’s not going to be your typical holiday story though. This is Downside we’re talking about. It’s far more creepier and a little sexier than you think. But that isn’t a complaint because I thoroughly enjoyed this little taste to tide us over to the next book.

Chess and Terrible (*swoon*) get caught up in a very creepy situation on Christmas Eve. Miss Havisham is a woman who loves in the extremes. She is adamant about spending time with her long dead husband for the holidays, which only seems to freak Terrible and Chess out more when she becomes combative.

At only 35 pages long, this novella seemed way too short a treat for any real character development or plot progression but nevertheless, it’s a nice taste of the holidays, Downside style.

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i really enjoyed reading the review will be picking this book up