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The Later Acts So later Acts So Really Is Important it really is important read them in order Shame on me Christy I like her I think its funny and completely believable that she chastising herself about being a dumb chick in the slasher movies when she went into creepy dark spots We ve all had those thoughts when we re taking out the trash late at night or we re walking home in the dark So I thought it was refreshing to hear her be a normal human being I m also intrigued by something Christy said to herself about her counselors and her mind Hmm whats up there Roman I ve got mixed feelings about him and I don t completely trust him Maybe its because I read the 2nd Act first but even in the 2nd Act he did nothing that would make me suspect him Or maybe because Charlie gave Christy a warning about Roman s man whoring I ust don t know I think everyone is a suspect at this point Whats got me umping up and down in my chair and trying to read as fast as I can is the emblem with a set of links dangling from it like a collar and chain crossed by a whip that Christy found in the bowels of the opera house Great character development and I suspect everyone I m hooked to this fascinating retelling of Phantom of the Opera One very creeptastic and scary meeting doesn t change anything I amend that This makes two creeptastic and scary meetings 35 SLIGHTLY CREEPY STARSI liked it The heroine s slightly naive but that s nothing knew The phantom s mildly creepy Yeah I like himI have to wait until January 16th for episode 2 So the first installment of the Master of the Opera Serial series didn t disappointment I am a fan of Jeffe Kennedy since I read Five Golden Rings I thought her attention to detail and easy yet detailed way of writing thought her attention to detail and easy yet detailed way of writing was something to be admired How she took a very independent and strong minded female that could own her sexuality in the bedroom was very telling on the smart clever writer that she is This first installment didn t lack any details The easy flow and voice of Kennedy made getting to know these characters and the world building very easy Kennedy wrote each character uniue and yet keeping to the original style of Phantom of the Opera Christine as a character has always been uestionable to me She was docile yet strong yet kind of pathetic all at the same time She was very much the same in th Reviewed originally at Buterrfly o Meter Books on Dec 23rd 2014In a Flutter Effing awesomeFluttering ThoughtsWorldbuilding Santa Fe Opera house meets mystery intrigue and a whole lot of awesome in this first installment of the Master of the Opera serialCharacters Christy the female MC is daddy s girl trying to make something of herself on her own I loved her she s vibrant fun and down to earth with a flavor of incurable romantic one of Jeffe s trademarks if you ask me She comes up with these uber awesome characters that you can t help but loveI m in love with the phantom so far and I can t wait to find out about him and Charlie is also very interestingPlot Since this is a serial I think it s fair to say Act 1 gets you hooked Though we don t get a lot of story of course this bit stops exactly where it gets you screaming MORE Very promising start and I trust Jeffe to make it a fantastic ourney she always doesWriting Third person narrative Christy s POV Jeffe Kennedy s writing Sculpting Making a Toddler Doll just keeps getting better and better with gorgeous descriptions and amazing atmosphere buildingCurb Appeal Good cover great blurb irresistible author name for me instant buy materialAll in all t This review is for the entire Master of the Opera series which includes the followi. T day she discovers that her dreamob has a dark side Beneath the theater a sprawling maze of passageways are rud to be haunted Ghostly music echoes through the halls at night And Christy's predecessor has mysteriously disappeared Luckily Christy finds a friend and admirer in Roman Sanclaro the theater's wealthy and handsome patron He convince. .
Ng 6 instalmentsAct 1 Passionate OvertureAct 2 Ghost AriaAct 3 Phantom SerenadeAct 4 Dark InterludeAct 5 A Haunting DuetAct 6 CrescendoWhen I started this Dark InterludeAct 5 A Haunting DuetAct 6 CrescendoWhen I started this novel I was expecting a dark and dirty retelling of Phantom of the Opera with added BDSM so I had high hopes and fully expected to love it Unfortunately that isn t what I got and it turned into a weird and confusing mystical realism that included a bizaire orgy with incorporeal beings in the spirit realm In all honesty it Soldados del Multiverso: Guerreros del pasado (Guerras del Multiverso n 2) just got a little bit too weird for me and I came very close to not reading all 6 instalmentsIt seemed to start out well and Christy seemed to be the right mix of naive and innocent but it didn t take long before she started to get on my nerves There were so many times Iust wanted to shake some sense into her and I ended up not caring about whether she was going to survive or not The Master was deliciously creepy in the beginning but he remained too much of a mystery we never really got to know him well enough for me to connect with his character so I didn t feel invested in what happened to him either It didn t help that I hated the other main character Roman I know we weren t supposed to like him but his character was such a stereotypical controlling bordering on abusive boyfriend and I would have liked a bit depth I think that s my main issue with all of the characters really we never really got to see below the surface and ARC provided by publisher through NetGalley for an honest review I m sorry I On Disgust just couldn t get through it It wasn t interesting I know nothing about any of these characters I don t even care about any of these characters I hate giving bad reviews but in this case I have to There is no way I can read the rest of the series I fear it would be a waste of my time Christine Davis is the new apprentice at the Sante Fe Opera House after the last one mysteriously went missing Reunited with childhood friend Roman her father s business partner s son and going out on dates with him it s almost enou Jeffe Kennedy has a new e serial romance coming out in January titled Master of the Opera with six acts installments Act I Passionate Overture isust the beginning and seems to set the tone for the rest of the series I have not read Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux nor have I watched the musical by Andrew Lloyd Weber so I won t be able to tell you much about whether Master of the Opera is similar but so far I am intrigued and a little creeped out in a good wayChristine Davis is an apprentice at the Sante Fe Opera House She is stuck doing a lot of inventory work in the lower levels of the Opera house when she meets the Opera Ghost for the first time She is uite freaked out about it as anyone would be since her predecessor went missing However Christine has an intense dream about the Ghost and he has only shown kindness to her She isn t sure what to think of that After being introduced to Christine the Ghost and Ramon one of the the Opera House owners you start to feel that love triangle that I anticipate will happenJeffe s description of the Opera House provides you with the image of beauty and the lovely sound of music Jeffe also describes the lower levels in the Opera House in a way that makes the hair on your neck stand up along with Christine
at times is especially one part that would cause me to have a panic attack if I were the Christine I love it when books can make me really experience those emotions Passionate Overture sets up the Master of the Opera series nicely and definitely ends in a way that makes you want to pick up the next Act rather uickly to find out what happens next. S her there's nothing to fear until she hears the phantom's voice for herself Echoing in the labrynths Singing of a lost love Whispering her name ChristineAt first Christy thinks she's hearing things But when a tall masked man steps out of the shadows and into her arms she knows he's not a phantom of her imagination He is the master of her desi.s at times