Dead Girls Are Easy (Nicki Styx, Book 1) [Terri Garey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. There’s something about almost dying that makes a . Following a near-death experience, the owner of a vintage clothing store in Atlanta discovers that she can see dead people—and worse, hear. Buy a cheap copy of Dead Girls Are Easy book by Terri Garey. There’s something about almost dying that makes a girl rethink her priorities. Take Nicki Styx–she.
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Write a customer review. I wanted to know all about them. Even though she’s a big scaredy-cat who can’t watch horror movies or visit haunted houses, she loves moonlit graveyards, moss-covered headstones and dewd idea that lif A Southern girl with an overactive imagination, Terri Garey writes award-winning and critically-acclaimed urban fantasy.
I didn’t though, because I’m always critiquing what I read. Garet can visit her on the web, friend her on Facebook and occasionally find her on Twitter.
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I thought it was worth the time to read. While trying to get these spirits to go into the Light, she quickly falls for the handsome Doctor as well. I think Joe is a strong hero, but he didn’t do anything except worry about Nicki. She also complained about seeing dead people, but I think she should have seen more dead people in order to really ramp up the complaining.
I really enjoyed this.
Book Review – Dead Girls Are Easy by Terri Garey
Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. A proposito di una soap opera scadente in fase di sviluppo As if those two things weren’t enough, sexy ER doctor Joe Bascombe is very interested in her as a patient whose death didn’t stick, and intends to use her as a subject for his paper on NDEs.
But, none of that matters.
Parts were, don’t get me wrong. Log In or Sign Up for Free.
I was particularly impressed with the attention to detail given to both the religious themes and the psychiatric profession and appreciate what seemed to be quite a bit of well researched information. Take Nicki Styx—she was strictly goth and vintage, until a brush with the afterlife leaves her with the ability to see dead people. I’ve seen it and read it all before.
I liked parts of it, and I didn’t like others No obligatory black dye job. Unfortunately, she becomes less dynamic as the plot unfolds, letting herself get pushed around by Joe and by Caprice’s grandmother, Granny Julep.
Likable protagonist, amusing supporting characters, and a wicked grey spirit that will make you turn on all the lights.
It took me about pages to really get into the storyline but once I did, the book was a quick read. I mean, what aesy doesn’t want or need an overly dramatic and heterosexually challenged male BFF?
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Despite her having traits I usually admire in a character, though, I found her difficult to like, and I can’t quite put my finger on why. Return to Book Page. Other books in the series.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Mar 24, Desiree rated it liked it Shelves: Dead Girls Are Yarey will both thrill and chill you. Some bits seemed rushed and uncomplete, while other bits were nice and really nice. Imagine slightly suggestive dialog fading out to a happy morning after – I wouldn’t be surprized if gzrey book counts as young adult fiction.
On the sidelines, Nicki falls in love This is a chicklit paranormal romance, though as far as romance goes, it’s rated PG. Her novels have been described as “smoldering” by Publishers Weekly, and “sultry and upbeat” by Library Journal.
You meet Nicki Styx in an unimaginable situation. She’s smart and spunky, perhaps just a tad irresponsible, but she is a fun, fun heroine in this novel. See all Editorial Reviews. Indeed, I think the twin sister thing is a little weird. Although the issues with Dr.
varey Then comes the demands of the dead, the actual logistics of explaining why she has to say this and that to the loved ones left behind, con Dead Girls are Easy by Terri Garey is that little bit of sweet gothic literature where you can nibble or binge and be happy about it all. I made the mistake of starting this book at night while hopped up on cough medicine.
Complex and valid religious and belief-based questions and themes were addressed thoughtfully and respectfully.