Night Mares in the Hamptons

Night Mares in the Hamptons Graphic novelist Willow Tate is a Visualizer able to draw images of beings from the realm of Faerie bringing them from their world to ours in the process After a ten foot tall red troll follows her

  • Title: Night Mares in the Hamptons
  • Author: Celia Jerome
  • ISBN: 9780756406639
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Paperback
  • Graphic novelist Willow Tate is a Visualizer, able to draw images of beings from the realm of Faerie, bringing them from their world to ours in the process After a ten foot tall red troll follows her from Manhattan to Paumanok Harbor in the Hamptons, Willow realizes that many of her relatives and their neighbors possess psychic talents truth knowing, scrying, weaving wisGraphic novelist Willow Tate is a Visualizer, able to draw images of beings from the realm of Faerie, bringing them from their world to ours in the process After a ten foot tall red troll follows her from Manhattan to Paumanok Harbor in the Hamptons, Willow realizes that many of her relatives and their neighbors possess psychic talents truth knowing, scrying, weaving wishes, picking lucky numbers, and So when magic and mayhem return to Paumanok Harbor, and Willow is called upon to rescue the town, she enlists the local talent Three magical mares are searching the Long Island village for a missing colt, and their distress is causing sleeping nights, bad tempers, and dangerous brawls among the gifted but peculiar residents Though the Department of Unexplained Events sends Willow a world famous horse whisperer, Texan Ty Farraday seems interested in whispering in her ear than in rescuing the kidnapped colt whose terror only Willy can feel Even with help, she still has to struggle with snakes, drug dealers, tourists, hidden caves, a mad scientist and the almost overwhelming distraction of that sexy cowboy

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    1. Night Mares in the Hamptons is the second book in Celia Jerome's Willow Tate urban fantasy series. Unlike many urban fantasies, this series is much light-hearted in nature, without that dark atmosphere, and while the characters are fun, it does still have a serious slant to it (so it isn't all about humor). There's also a strong, significant element of romance.The premise of this book is that night mares have crossed over from the other side (after a breach in the first book) and they are affect [...]

    2. Not really what I wanted out of the sequel but since I'm not the author I can only follow the story along and hope it comes out decent this one was ok.I really got annoyed with Willow being down on her cousin for her casual sex when she was the worse for dumping Grant her fiance over the phone and then jumping into bed with Ty and then being all wishy-washy about relationships and the future. Either enjoy the sex or wait for a relationship don't look down on another because they know all they wa [...]

    3. Decent enough story, half romance and half paranormal adventure. Second of five books dealing with an artist who's part of a village filled with paranormal talents, and somehow it always falls to her to sort things out when things go sideways.

    4. Also fun! I didn't enjoy this one as much as the first, this storyline seemed a little forced. That's not enough to deter me from starting the next one in line!

    5. You may also read my review here: mybookishways/2011/11/My favorite graphic novelist and Visualizer,Willow Tate,and her cranky Pomeranian,Little Red,are back in book 2 of Celia Jerome’s charming series! This time,three magical white horses are rampaging through Paumanok Harbor at night,causing its citizens to wreak havoc among one another,and giving Willow dreams of a baby horse that may have been kidnapped for nefarious reasons. When sexy cowboy Ty Farraday arrives in town to help Willow loca [...]

    6. I like the very interesting and unique mysteries that have been presented in the series so far. These mysteries are very different from many of the urban fantasy novels I have read. I also like that the world presented in this series is unique and different from other urban fantasy novels. But that's about all that I like about it.I do not like that the author reuses her plot. I can't remember exactly what happened in the first book of this series, Trolls in the Hamptons, but I do remember that [...]

    7. I unfortunately didn't enjoy this venture with Willow as much as I did the first volume. What had been cute and quirky quickly became annoying and repetitive this time around.As intriguing as I find Willow's ability as a Visualizer, I would have thought her main goal would have been to learn how to control her power so it didn't run amok like in the first book (A TROLL IN THE HAMPTONS, as you can guess the title tells it all). There is also the matter of her fianc‚e sending a flirty, hot, cowb [...]

    8. I remember enjoying the first book. But, what I liked in the first, annoyed me greatly in this one. Magical mares are looking for a lost colt. In the process, they are causing havoc amongst the inhabitants of Paumanok Harbor. Willow is tasked with finding the colt. Once that happens, everything will return to normal.I didn't like Willow much. Granted, she eventually does what needs to be done. But, first, she tries to get Grant to come and do it for her. Her "can't" and any variation of that got [...]

    9. I loved the first book, it was such a unique storyline and idea. Our MC is a 35 year old woman and is everything I usually complain I want my heroins to be. Confident, independent and unafraid to take what she wants. Given everything I desire in a character I can't help but feel sad but intrigued by the direction this book has taken. It reminds me of Sookie finding herself and love interest. This is a continued story line and has a promise of a HEA or at least we hope after several books there w [...]

    10. A fun read - not as silly as the cover makes it look. The main character was fun and I'd be interested in more by this author and these characters.

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