Review: Rogue by Rachel Vincent

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Review: Rogue by Rachel Vincent
Rogue

3.5 Stars


Book Info

Released: 01 April 2008
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Series: Shifters #2
Published by Mira
Pages: 394
Format: Paperback
 

 

“Vincent has left me wanting to know more about not just what will happen with Faythe and Marc, but also what the world will throw at them next” ~ Under the Covers

Faythe has been receiving mysterious phone calls from someone in her past, but it’s something she can’t deal with and certainly something she can’t tell her boyfriend Marc. Especially as a bunch of missing strippers, strippers who look a lot like Faythe, seem to be missing and a sudden increase in murdered strays seems to be appearing, the only thing that seems to link them seems to be Faythe.

Since I started this series I have been told that it gets better as it goes on. It seems that I wasn’t being completely mislead. Like the first book in this series Stray, Rogue takes a while to pick up the pace. But once again when the book gets moving I found it difficult to put down. I love when Vincent get the story moving, she makes it action packed and interesting, it just seems to take her a while to pick up momentum.

As for Faythe and Marc. Please don’t read this book with a brick wall nearby, it makes you want to repeatedly bang you head against it. Although Faythe has managed a bit of maturity in comparison to the previous book, sometimes her actions boggled my mind especially in regards to one of the newer member of my harem, Marc.

The storyline and world building continued to develop in Rogue. Vincent has left me wanting to know more about not just what will happen with Faythe and Marc, but also what the world will throw at them next. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series if it continues the trend of improving with each book I am in for a treat!

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About Rachel Vincent

Rachel Vincent is a former English teacher and an eager champion of the Oxford comma. She shares her home in Oklahoma with two cats, two teenagers, and her husband, who’s been her # 1 fan from the start. Rachel is older than she looks and younger than she feels, and she remains convinced that writing about the things that scare her is the cheapest form of therapy—but social media is a close second.

 

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Timitra

Thanks for the review Suzanne

Chris Alexander

Isn’t Marc fabulous? I love the were-world that she’s built. It’s so rich and believable.

I really enjoyed this series. I really miss this world. I’m really glad to revisit with this new spinoff series that exists in the same world.

Elizabeth

Yes faythe is trying at times

Carol H.

You’re the reason I started this series, and hung in there to finish it! Each book gets better and better, until you don’t want them to end!!! 😉

Under the Covers Book Blog

Ahhhh so glad to hear that!!!!!

Amy R

Thanks for the review.