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  • Paperback
  • 392 pages
  • Out of Body (Court of Angels, #1)
  • Stella Cameron
  • English
  • 05 June 2017
  • 9780778327622

About the Author: Stella Cameron

Stella Cameron is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author With over fourteen million copies of her books in print, Cameron is now turning her pen to mysteries and independently publishing COLD, Introducing Alex Duggins She draws on her English background for this new, already critically acclaimed mystery series Atmospheric, deeply character and relationship driven, COLD reveals the po



10 thoughts on “Out of Body (Court of Angels, #1)

  1. says:

    Out of Body2 StarsSynopsis Born into an ancient family of clairvoyants, Marley Millet is no stranger to the unsettling aspects of the psychic world but now she has encountered a dangerous foe After witnessing the fate of two missing women, Marley teams up with former cop turned writer, Gray Fisher Can these two unlikely allies uncover the truth before it is too late and an unspeakable evil takes hold in the world Review Psychic phenomena are one of my favorite premises but Out of Body fails dismally in this area The book would probably have been better as a straight serial killer romantic suspense story without the paranormal aspects.The plot moves at a snail s pace and the writing is overly descriptive with some confusing jumps both in content and logic The nature of the supernatural creature allegedly responsible for the victims disappearances remains unclear as does the identity of the actual perpetrator Moreover, the supposed twist at the end is neither surprising nor exciting The romance is lackluster and it is difficult to care about either of the characters Marley and Gray are supposedly fated mates but their chemistry is non existent and the explanation of their connection completely illogical Marley is too independent and secretive She doesn t even trust the members of her own family and never asks for help even though she is in desperate need of it definitely TSTL Gray s characterization is better He has a traumatic past and it is interesting to see his developing abilities but the reason he is drawn to Marley remains unexplained Out of Body is disjointed and confusing, and the secondary characters are not interesting enough to compel me to continue with the series.

  2. says:

    Marley Millet is a clairvoyant who travels outside her body hence the title where she is trying to decipher who is killing singers in New Orleans Ex cop turned journalist, Gray Fisher was investigating two of the four missing women and seems to be a suspect When Marley and Gray team up, it is a strained relationship since Marley doesn t trust Gray On the other hand, Gray is instantly attracted to Marley and wants her assistance in solving the mystery among other things.This is a totally unique take on demons and dragons The psychic elements were a little different too The Millet family is a unique group of psychics with varying specialties The family curse is not a new element but having the only non red haired family member being the potential ruiner of the family is interesting Being the non red head in question, Sykes who isn t the hero but is featured in this book was definitely an anomaly Unfortunately before I can get to his story, I need to read Willow s first Willow wasn t a character that I particularly enjoyed but she s part of the family and I m sure her book will be good too.The only thing that I found disconcerting was that events were mentioned where it seemed that you should know what they were They the details were revealed in visions or dreams afterwards It kept me thinking I d missed something or that this really wasn t the first book in the series The suspense portion of this book was great The identity of the serial killer is a total surprise and a well kept secret right up until the end Even with the killer s perspective which was really cool , there were not enough clues to figure out the who or why.

  3. says:

    Little bit weak and disjointed in the telling Not as interesting as I had hoped it would be Obviously set up to be continued in the next two books Marley and Gray are fated to be with one another but the road to each other is lame and so is their adversary So there is this unknnown ancient enemy who is immortal but for the fact that it is infected with something that makes it rot and it has to find a portal back to the place where it can be revitalized Alot of women are kidnapped and some of dead and no one knows why Well, its the ancient enemy of course and his connections Why does the enemy have to be komodo dragon like with no identifyable dna This is all too confusing and not very interesting at all I had to struggle to finish this book It was not worth it Disappointing since I have read some very good books by this author

  4. says:

    The Millet family has always been different But their gift of paranormal powers is also their curse, thanks to Jude Millet marrying the wrong woman, resulting in the family s exile first from Belgium and then from London Now, three hundred years later, the Embran, the dark creatures living deep underground, the same race Jude s wife was from, are back, trying to find the cure to the disease the woman has brought into their domain And the Millets are the only ones that can stop them Again, thanks to Jude Millet, the Mentor, living in the attic of the Millet house, supervising and guiding them Thus begins this story, the first in an exciting new series of paranormal thrillers.The first story introduces the reader a little into the history of the Millet family and the supposed curse brought on by Jude, the only dark haired, blue eyed male in the family of redheads and the race of dark beings, called the Embran, that seek the cure to the disease on of their own brought upon them from her journey to the surface Jude s wife Apparently the only way they can survive on the surface is by killing and feeding of their victims, which results in a couple of jazz singers female missing and a floater found in the river with no water in he lungs and multiple puncture wounds on her body was it really a gator attack.Marley Millet has had close contact with the missing women as close as an out of body experience can get her and she knows she s the only one who can find these woman and help them Pity she cannot go to the police and tell them of their experience, since everybody in New Orleans knows of her woo woo family But as things start to escalate and her guides keep begging her to save the women Marley knows she has no choice She needs to do something Lucky for her, the detective in charge has some prior experience with the woo woo stuff and his friend, ex cop turned journalist, Gray Fisher, that interviewed the missing women, seems to be a latent psychic And also her Bonded partner the Millet family variation on soul mate.Soon Marley and Gray find themselves immersed in a race against time to find the missing women, prevent killing and keep the creature away from Marley, all the while dogging her family members especially her nosy and sometimes invisible dark haired, blue eyes brother, second in the family determined to protect Marley from Gray because he terrifies her, but not for reasons they think , then determined to find out if they re really Bonded, and of course fighting the attraction between them that s becoming painful with each passing moment.I cannot tell you how much I ended up enjoying this book I read the prologue, I was hooked, and my interest didn t wan until the very end The premise was intriguing and nicely executed, the pacing was even at the beginning and increased with each page toward the end What would otherwise be a gripping thriller was nicely sprinkled with paranormal elements, that sounded fresh and intriguing, and a good, well developed romance.The characters were wonderful, nicely layer and well developed, I loved both Marley despite her annoying habit of never needing anyone and keeping everybody at a distance and Gray one of my favorite heroes out there, quirky and serious, professional and funny, and all in all a hot tamale, though I don t particularly like blondes , and the supporting cast was just wonderful, with Gray s detective friend Nat Archer and Marley s quirky family I m looking forward to Sykes book in May.A wonderful start to the series, making the reader want to know Quickly 5 stars

  5. says:

    From the beginning, I had a hard time reading this book It was as if huge chunks of the mythology were left out and the reader was supposed to already know about the Millet family But, even as of the story started to unfold, I still felt like I was a step behind I ended up reading the other two books I ll read because they ve already been mailed, but this series is definitely not Cameron s best.Marley Millet is psychic She can see what s happening in other places, right now what s going on with women who are being kidnapped in New Orleans, singers specifically Gray Fisher has been writing a story about the women musicians and is suspicious when Marley comes into his ex partner s office and describes how the abductions happened He decides to stick around this weird lady and ends up uncovering his own psychic potential Not really loving this, I feel like his character wasn t really well developed, we only got little snippets of what made him the man he is today The same was true for Marley The second book got a little better, but only marginally.

  6. says:

    This book has it all, a love story, magic, and good old fashion horror This is the story of Marly Millet of the woo woo crazy Millet family in,where else, New Orleans The whole family has different paranormal talents and you do get a good look at her family also They are trying to find out about the Millet curse, mom and dad in Europe leaving the family in the hands of Uncle Pascal.This is Marley and Grey s story of how they fell in love while trying to solve some murders It kept me interested from the beginning and did wrap up this part of the saga nicely, leaving you to look forward to the next book I do recommend this book, it has something for all Not just a wham bam thank you ma am, the story will leave you page turning until all hours of the night.

  7. says:

    I m not usually a mystery fan, but this seems doable Maybe it is a paranormal elements that made me comfortable When I started I had some trouble getting into the story It felt like I was missing a large chunk of the history and that chunk was needed to understand As I read on I realized that the chunk is also missing from the characters A prevalent story line is about the family finding out who they are and if the curse is real It s much easier to feel lost when the characters are unsure as well I just hope the next two novels continue addressing this.

  8. says:

    29 June 2015

  9. says:

    Out of Body was okay It wasn t great because there was lots of repeat garbage about Bonding that despite being mentioned in every chapter is never really explained Why harp on it if your not going to explain it.Things not explained 1 bonding2 some kind of trial3 curse4 Mentor5 embran Seriously this is 4 things too many to not be explaining in your own work I m truly sorry but hopefully this makes your books way better in the future Because as the reader it is not my job to be explaining your concepts and or completing your book for you.

  10. says:

    I loved the concept but immediately, from the start I could tell Marley was just another Mary Sue I don t like stories where the main character female isn t intelligent enough see the bad thing coming Authors should be able to write better than that I like strong capable women who can take care of themselves and don t need to be rescued.

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