Monday, July 28, 2014

Title: Unlucky
Series: The Case Files of Dr. Matilda Schmidt, Paranormal Psy. #2
Author: Cynthia St. Aubin
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Accused of stealing gold from an infamous Irish street gang, Paranormal Psychologist Matilda Schmidt will die in exactly five days if she doesn’t cough it up—guilty or not. With minutes ticking away and her office overrun by a leprechaun who's loopier than he is lucky, Matilda makes a deal with a demigod—give him one night in her bed and he’ll help her locate the missing gold. 

 But when Matilda’s recent one-night stand shows up with inside information about the heist she’s being framed for, she finds herself caught between a hit man and a demigod both offering to protect her—if they don’t kill each other first.

 If Matilda’s luck doesn't change soon, death might be the only thing waiting for her at the end of the rainbow.

Unlucky picks up right where Unlovable left off. Matilda Schmidt is now being accused of stealing gold, and once again she is interrupted in her office by the demigod again. Only this time he's asking for something else in exchange for help with her little issue. But another person from Matilda's recent past also makes an appearance again, so Matilda will have to try to protect herself, and figure out what is going on between her and these two men. 

 This one was really good. I liked this one a lot better than the first, but I'm starting to get a feeling of a love triangle type of thing going on. But that's okay, the humor in this one was so much better than the first, and it was easy to follow as well. I really like how Matilda is handling everything, and I love the other characters as well. The only bad things in this book, were the love triangle aspect, and the cliffhanger ending. Well the cliffhanger ended is a good and bad thing at the same time. Now I can't wait to read more.
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