I happen to read her latest two books before I started reading them in order. This left me very confused and I felt deja vu' coming on...since I read the follow up to this book firstly. Regardless, Handeland has a way of hooking you in, and I really do like her writing!! Her female characters are very strong, and there is much humor in their point of views (they are all first person.) I find them more believable, and that the stories could actually be reality. They are not so far fetched that you keep telling yourself "no way." She seems to put a lot of research into her settings and legends, which also aided in finding the stories believable.
I am glad I started reading them in order, and will most likely re-read the other two, since they were actually that good, and the characters all fit together. I would definitely recommend this series for anyone who likes paranormal, even if you don't like romance.
Definitely different. I actually live near Honey Island Swamp, which is why I got this book. (By the way the "Honey Island Swamp Monster" was really a very large nutria rat) Good read if you like that kinda thing.
If you like werewolves, you can't go wrong with Lori Handeland. She writes some of the finest books. Wonderful series.
One of the Jager-Suchers books, this story does not concentrate on the J-S's, rather it introduces Diana...held by a vow to her dead husband to prove the existence of werewolves, and Adam...a reclusive member of a family said to be cursed who roams the Louisiana swamps by night. Is he the one killing? Or does he just know who is?