(Charley Davidson #7)
by: Darynda Jones
- Reyes and Charley are finally married and pregtastic. YEY!
- Leland was murdered by someone who is investigation Charley really close and that may or may not be informing to the Vatican. Plus, now that Lelan is a ghost, he can be more productive. Still, it breaks my heart to see it happen this way. He didn't even went to Charley's wedding because he was dead in a warehouse. I'm sorry, Charley.
- Osh'ekiel is the real name of the Dealer and he has become quite a good friend, but I still have my doubts. Plus, he is more interested in the well being of Beep, than her mother, Charley. Something here doesn't look that good to me.
- Charley's powers keep leaving me speechless. I knew that she was powerful, but damn. She even brought to life a kid.
- The Twelve are really weird. I cannot even compare those creatures to any supernatural being from the TV show.
- I knew angels excited, but right now reading that Rocket heard about Archangel Michael... I don't think those are really good news, even though he is one of the good guys.
- I am very confused of the fact of the Twelve. There are two sets, of what I understood and every character did, the ones that were summoned (we still don't know who summoned them) and the ones that were sent. Leland kept repeating that fact and it may be bad. Why does everything has to be bad for Charley? Jeez.
- Amber has superpowers too! She can actually read you the cards and very good by the way. I'm surprised.
- Charley's humor will NEVER let us down.
I was busy perusing the suicide notes and waiting for Belvedere's water to finish its treatment when I heard a thud from Cookie's office. Then a mousy squeak. Then a throaty moan.
"Cookie," I said, wiggling my fingers at Belvedere to get him acquainted with out strange ways, "are you masturbating?"
"No. I got a paper cut."
Oh. I didn't see that coming.
I woke early the next morning to sticky wrists and a raging headache. I felt like Barbara, my brain, had exploded into liquid goo but Fred, my skull, was keeping everything intact.