Thursday, July 5, 2012
Curse of the Egyptian Goddess review
Given her ten-year curse that leaves her beaten and bruised, Emma Patrix has grown accustomed to drinking away the pain. And with a trail of dead bodies behind her, it was only a matter of time before the law caught up.
Now she's accused of murder and she must flee the country to find the one man who can help her break the curse-Calvin Konrad. She finally catches up with him in Egypt, but he's not the same sweet boy she remembers from her childhood. And getting him to help her proves more difficult than she ever imagined.
This was such an easy fun read. I loved Emma (Cleo)she was a very different sort of main character. I felt for her an the situation she had gotten herself into. Never able to be close to another person, always afraid. Enter Calvin, her childhood crush, he was not what I expected at all. He had his own issues to deal with and he didn't need her to pile her own stuff on top.
I was really happy with how this one ended, sometimes when I read a book, I'm disappointed by how it's left. This one made perfect sense to me, and I felt satisfied wit it.
I give it 4/5