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10 thoughts on “Divinity and The Python

  1. says:

    I believe the publisher calls this book a paranormal romantic thriller note not paranormal romance which is a related but different corner of the genre I'd have to agree It's sexy it's spooky and the tension keeps ratcheting up all

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    Finished this book in only a couple sittings It was hard to put down sadly I found I did not want to let go of this books main characters Shaynie and Cameron at the end of the book This was a fabulous well paced storyline and uniue plot I LOVED the Canadian perspective and the symbolism of the goodevil lightdark divinitypythonwell researched in the metaphysical aspects and I give this book a FIVE STAR LOVED it

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    Divinity and the Python is a paranormal suspense romance novel set in Edmonton Alberta a city well known for its cold winters and famous Edmonton Oilers hockey team Of course they are not mentioned by name but you know who they areWhen we meet the main character Shaynie you can tell immediately that she is not y

  4. says:

    Bonnie Randall's writing is electric It moves it grooves it rocks and it rolls Divinity and the Python is like a strobe light on a disco roun

  5. says:

    Just finished Bonnie’s Randall’s Divinity the Python I thoroughly enjoyed this book for several reasons First

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    First the legalese I'm on the Panverse street team free EARC's for an honest review? Yes please so if it seems I'm putting up a review awfully fast well I read it last month And soHockey and Tarot two things I know almost nothing abou

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    I thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book It was so fun to read a book in a familiar Canadian setting I read it in one sitting as I couldn't put it down I fell for the main characters Shaynie and Cameron The pictures painted by this talented author were so real and intriguing I loved the twists and turns along with all of the paranormal which I didn't think I was as into but really enjoyed in this book Get

  8. says:

    Understand Tarot is not my thing; in fact it’s against my religion It’s therefore astounding that I simply could not put Divinity the Pyth

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    This book was completely beyond anything I have ever read before It was a really intriguing mysteryromance all wrapped up in a very different take on what I can only think to describe as paranormalOn that note however I must say that I spent a

  10. says:

    Man I loved this book I became fully invested in the characters and the plot immediately and was thankful for the attention to detail that Randall provided If you have never had the pleasure of experiencing Edmonton in the middle of winter Divinity and The Python can take you there frozen toes and allI started

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summary Ì eBook or Kindle ePUB ¹ Bonnie Randall

The lies of its departed souls allow her to feel satisfied when the cards she draws there reveal Wands the Tarot's symbol for work And yetShaynie would be so grateful if the Tarot would also just once illuminate a Hellnight from her past A lost evening whose scars still slither over her skin Hellnight haunts Shaynie Yet when she calls the uestion of that chilling evening into her deckThe Cards Forecast Loveand love appears in the form of pro hockey star Cameron Weste Weste is haunted by scars and superstitions of his own and he wants. Bonnie Randall s writing is electric It moves it grooves it rocks and it rolls Divinity and the Python is like a strobe light on a disco round colors and sounds in constant motion shadows taking shape for a moment before dissolving into the floor Divinity and the Python is not my usual reading fare so it s the appropriate time to insert a Note of Disclosure The publisher provided a free copy in exchange for an honest review It s healthy to step outside of one s own zone and see what s happening in other writers and readers worlds in this case psychological and paranormal thrills with some sexy bits thrown in for good measure But this is not a novel that can be pigeon holed and I love that I love that Bonnie flips a double bird to genre classification and does her own thing staying true to the story she wants to tell In the hands of a less skilled writer I would not have gone past the word Go to read a story of hockey players tarot cards and a seedy nightclub in Edmonton Canada but Bonnie s writing makes the ride well worth the price of admissionThis is one of the talkiest novels I ve read and for that the pacing is fast and furious Her dialogue is crisp and realistic the voices uniue and engaging There s a hard boiled edge to Shaynie Grace and her posse of men some threats some protectors worthy of good crime noir I was distressed by Hellnight as much by the incident as by reactions to it and what led up to it I m flirting with spoiler territory here so I ll only say I felt the style of the book too light to treat this kind of violence with the gravity it deserves But a smart sassy strong willed heroine kickin ass and takin names in the rough and tumble prairies of Alberta Canada is something to behold

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Divinity and The Python

Shaynie's Tarot to answer far deeper uestions than she first guesses this sexy lothario to be capable of Who knew Weste was this intense The Tarot apparently And yetThe Cards Forecast The DevilWhen Cameron Weste lands in her life a stalker surfaces too dropping clues to a connection between Shaynie Cameron and her lost brutal Hellnight Suddenly every card warns of deception and nowhere feels safe Shaynie and Cameron have to fight for their love and their lives as The Devil their stalker is determined to turn the Death Card for them bot. This book was completely beyond anything I have ever read before It was a really intriguing mysteryromance all wrapped up in a very different take on what I can only think to describe as paranormalOn that note however I must say that I spent a rather large portion of this book utterly perplexed I could not for the life of me figure out if the main character Shaynie Gavin was schizophrenic or if there was something else really going on Several times I had to refer back to the book blurb to see if I was just being completely daft or Shaynie was a little bit crazy And for the first part of the book the schizophrenic assumption fit the bill much betterThere were two reasons why I thought this1 Shaynie keeps thinking someone is following her but there really is not any proof of this just what appear to be her delusions at least for a good while into the book She ll just be walking along and then think Eyes No shadow following her No sound in an otherwise uiet alley Nothing but Eyes I think if one of the main themes of the book is a stalker there should be no doubt for the reader of this fact after so many pages And it went way past that point for me2 Shaynie keeps talking to a building And the building keeps replying But this idea of a personified building a morgue she is repurposing and has named Divinity is not explicitly laid out It basically has to be inferred and having never read a book with such a premise I had no idea that is what I was supposed to interpret So naturally I again turned to the conclusion that she was schizophrenicNow that I have read the book and know better I can tell you the idea of assuming her schizophrenic is completely inaccurate and way off track I do not believe it is meant to be a mystery that Divinity is alive in its own way given the tagline for the book is that Everything has a soul But I think it could have and should have been made clear exactly what that meansAll that initial confusion aside this really is a very good very well written and very different bookShaynie works at a bar The Python with her longtime best friends where she brings in pretty good tips as a bartender but all at the expense of working somewhere that just is not her a bar where the town s hockey stars show up in all their fame and glory She wants her own place Divinity and is working to open it up but she just doesn t have the full start up funds without her tip moneyHowever her dream to open Divinity and her efforts to do so are continually thwarted by someone who appears to have a personal vendetta against her And to make matters worse there is the hunky hockey heartthrob Cameron Weste who shows up and won t uite leave her alone And she does not know how she feels about that Or himIn fact Shaynie does not know how to feel about anything really because she is still haunted by the events of a year prior events which she cannot uite remember but terrify her nonetheless And because she cannot remember she really does not know who she can trustYet in the midst of her fears her uncertainties and what she dubs her burdens Shaynie still has Divinity And Divinity she can trustWhat follows is a whodunit type mystery that I am sad to say is really very obvious I mean the culprit becomes rather blatantly so to me when view spoiler he is the only one who never seemed to make the suspect list hide spoiler

summary Ì eBook or Kindle ePUB ¹ Bonnie Randall

Divinity Where desire and deception both hide in the darkThe Cards Forecast WorkShaynie Gavin is so much than the sexy siren who mixes cocktails at The Python A carpenter with a business plan Shaynie is trying to amass enough funds to launch her own dream Divinity a place where up cycled furniture from the past is sold alongside Tarot readings forecasting the future and all in a setting that could not be perfect a former funeral parlor Shaynie's belief that Divinity is attuned with the passions the loves and even Divinity and MOBI #224. Divinity and the Python is a paranormal suspense romance novel set in Edmonton Alberta a city well known for its cold winters and famous Edmonton Oilers hockey team Of course they are not mentioned by name but you know who they areWhen we meet the main character Shaynie you can tell immediately that she is not your traditional romantic main character She is an independent not afraid to get her hands dirty carpenter who builds one of a kind furniture pieces that are works of art In addition to being a carpentry artist Shaynie has a dream of transforming an old downtown morgue into a Tarot lounge which she calls Divinity Shaynie and Divinity share an interesting relationship and the building definitely shows up as a character in the storyUnfortunately to finance her dream for Divinity Shaynie must supplement her income with her job as a bartender in the popular yet sleazy nightclub The Python which is owned by her long time friend Jude Jude and his cousin Gray who is the DJ at the club have been Shaynie s friends since childhood ties that also make it difficult for her to leave The PythonWorking at The Python is a double edged sword for Shaynie she definitely needs the money but it also makes her feel like someone she is not The Python too has a personality all its own and Shaynie feels vulnerable to it especially since Hellnight a night of which she has only vague memories but those memories have shaken her to her coreWhen Shaynie meets Cameron Weste handsome star of the city s famous hockey team there is a definite connection between the pair But word on the street is that Weste isn t a fan of the frigid city and is campaigning to be traded to a team in California All the while there is a mysterious person in the shadows following Shaynie breaking into her apartment leaving reminders of Hellnight There is also vandalism happening at Divinity Who is trying to sabotage her plans for Divinity Are the two connected Shaynie s brother Andrew a city police detective is trying to solve the case and protect Shaynie a role he is now reluctantly sharing with Cameron In addition to the main characters Randall has created a very interesting supporting cast including Shaynie s metaphysical mentor Cele and her partner Barnabas There is also Cameron s jealous team mate Noel Nelson who also seems to carry a bit of a torch for Shaynie Other characters include a jilted ex boyfriend a puck bunny Chrystal who might be dangerous than she seems and a pair of red headed bartenders who would be than happy to take all the tip money for themselvesYou can tell that the author has a great love for the city of Edmonton Alberta readers will enjoy reading about familiar streets and landmarks mentioned as Shaynie travels about the city