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Once an impoverished and homeless orphan, Kaylin has worked toward becoming a Hawk, the equivalent of a police force in her world. The recent deaths of local children hit entirely too close to home as she becomes involved with trying to discover who/what is causing them. Although I haven’t come to expect greatness from Luna books, this was disappointing. I spent most of the book confused -- not only about the immediate goings-on, but also about the entire plot in general. I didn’t feel I had enough information or understanding about the world the protagonist lives in or even about Kaylin herself for the story to come together and make sense. Also, fans of other books published under Harlequin’s Luna imprint will be disappointed in the absence of any romantic element to the book whatsoever.
posted Sep 11, 2006 at 2:51PM
A funky girl/woman who is disappointing, agravating, sweet, sinister and likable allthe same. She gets to be the person we all are among our loved ones and who we wish we were among our rivals.
posted Jul 28, 2007 at 4:02PM
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Fled her home seven years ago; has mysterious tattoos on her body; has magical powers; taught herself to read and fight; member of the Hawks; sent back to her homeland.