Cole is working late, and the sisters are having a girls'
night in. So, on the spur of the moment, Phoebe accepts what
seems like an innocent date with a friendly stranger. But
good intentions are quickly misconstrued when Cole leaves
work early to surprise Phoebe - and is stunned to find her
sharing a drink with another man. Cole can't believe that
Phoebe would betray him, and Phoebe can't believe Cole would
even think she'd betray him. Their escalating argument quickly
highlights some fundamental trust issues they each harbour.
But soon they discover themselves trapped in the Underworld,
at the centre of a lovelorn demon's plot to destroy the Power
of Three. If Cole and Phoebe can't reconcile their suspicions
and insecurities, there's more than their own relationship
sounds rather dull from the synopsis, but it isn't as dire
as it sounds. You could be forgiven for mistakenly believing
this is going to be one of those teen-angst stories. And while
to some extent it is, there is also a whole lot more spooky
goings on working in the background - being a Charmed
novel you wouldn't expect anything else, would you?
is also a wicked sense of humour running through this story
loved the way Cole was given a kazoo to summon his guide and
the Ferryman of the dead has a great sense of humour too.
Dokey's style is sharp and amusing and I couldn't help thinking
he/she was wasted here. Writing dialogue is probably one of
the hardest writing skills to master, but Dokey writes as
though it were second nature.
also works as a stand alone novel - take away the familiar
characters names and replace them with different ones and
this could be any novel. So, if you are not a Charmed
fan, this could be the book to get you hooked.
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