There’s something about almost dying that makes a girl rethink her priorities. Take Nicki Styx—she was strictly goth and vintage, until a brush with the afterlife . Following a near-death experience, the owner of a vintage clothing store in Atlanta discovers that she can see dead people—and worse, hear. Dead Girls Are Easy (Nicki Styx, Book 1) This was another fun and easy read! Lighthearted, a bit of romance, and a touch of scary! Ok so it goes.
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Oh and did I mention the deead boat Dr. This was a fast, breezy read that has some laugh-out-loud moments, along with some truly creepy ones. Thumbs up for this book and the author! Meanwhile, Nicki is falling in love with her doctor, Joe Bascombe, whose estranged wife just might be Nicki’s long-lost twin sister.
Terri Garey Goodreads Author. Search for a book to add a reference. Discover new books on Goodreads. I am starting to really love Urban Fantasy books. I must say the author draws you in to the book from the beginning.
Represented by Spencerhill Associates, Ltd. This book was soooo garej. This book definitely earns 4 stars.
Book Review – Dead Girls Are Easy by Terri Garey
While trying to get these spirits to go into the Light, she quickly falls for the handsome Doctor as well. Preview — Jane Steele by Lyndsay Faye. Complex and valid religious and belief-based questions and themes were addressed thoughtfully and respectfully. I think Joe is a strong hero, but he didn’t do anything except worry about Nicki. Whistling Terrii the Graveyard 3.
Terri Garey (Author of Dead Girls Are Easy)
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I really enjoyed this. Everything flows, the language is fun and light hearted, very entertaining. Although the issues with Dr.
It was a slap in the face to find out she may be a twin. Dec 26, The tone stayed a bit lighter with the help of the flamboyant best friend Evan adding a touch of comic relief and a few cutesy relationship moments with the hunky doctor, and it dipped into a more traditional urban fantasy overcoat a time or two as Nicki dealt with the dark specter of a former friend, but beyond that was depth and weight and a serious message or two.
Terri Garey is currently reading Dust and Shadow: Unfortunately, and though I have nothing but the utmost appreciation for, and recognition of the intelligence of the book and the way it was written, I can’t say I ended up liking the book very much either.
Now in saying this, I have ran across several typos, one of which was glaring and jumped out at me. This was an harey fast read, once I actually sat down and read it. Beyond that, I didn’t care for Nicki enough to enjoy it despite my preferences, and the plot-driven aspects of the surrounding story just weren’t light enough or full of enough action to really keep me entertained throughout.
Forum rules This forum is for discussing a single book or single series in each topic thread. What can I say? I love the voodoo stuff in this book, hokey as it may be. Fun writing and characters that are memorable make wonderful stories to sit down with.
As the two start to develop a relationship though, an tfrri Voodoo worshiper decides to have fun with Nicki as well. I thought it was worth the time to read.