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Psychic master talent Sykes Millet can vanish at will, read minds and control others with hypnosis. What Sykes cannot do is escape his destiny--an ancient curse foretelling the misery his dark beauty may bring to everyone he loves. Poppy Fortune knows all too well the burden of having paranormal talent. The supernatural world has fractured her entire family--now it's keepin Psychic master talent Sykes Millet can vanish at will, read minds and control others with hypnosis. What Sykes cannot do is escape his destiny--an ancient curse foretelling the misery his dark beauty may bring to everyone he loves. Poppy Fortune knows all too well the burden of having paranormal talent. The supernatural world has fractured her entire family--now it's keeping at bay the one man she wants more than life. Driven by hatred for the Millets, a killing force has attacked New Orleans. The evil Embran race has no conscience and intends to terrorize the city into submission. Sykes and Poppy must set aside old distrust and use their bonded talents to save their families, themselves...and New Orleans.


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Psychic master talent Sykes Millet can vanish at will, read minds and control others with hypnosis. What Sykes cannot do is escape his destiny--an ancient curse foretelling the misery his dark beauty may bring to everyone he loves. Poppy Fortune knows all too well the burden of having paranormal talent. The supernatural world has fractured her entire family--now it's keepin Psychic master talent Sykes Millet can vanish at will, read minds and control others with hypnosis. What Sykes cannot do is escape his destiny--an ancient curse foretelling the misery his dark beauty may bring to everyone he loves. Poppy Fortune knows all too well the burden of having paranormal talent. The supernatural world has fractured her entire family--now it's keeping at bay the one man she wants more than life. Driven by hatred for the Millets, a killing force has attacked New Orleans. The evil Embran race has no conscience and intends to terrorize the city into submission. Sykes and Poppy must set aside old distrust and use their bonded talents to save their families, themselves...and New Orleans.

30 review for Out of Sight

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mojca

    Ugh. And to think this series started off great. What the heck happened?! The reader is yet again treated to a mess of paranormal and suspense elements that simply refuse to stick together, making this book appear rather twitchy. The plot is all over the place, the characters from the previous books have somehow lost their sparkle (Marley and Nat respectively), and the effort of introducing Wazoo, Nat’s “best friend” felt forced. And don’t even get me started on the issue of Poppy and Sykes. I’ve Ugh. And to think this series started off great. What the heck happened?! The reader is yet again treated to a mess of paranormal and suspense elements that simply refuse to stick together, making this book appear rather twitchy. The plot is all over the place, the characters from the previous books have somehow lost their sparkle (Marley and Nat respectively), and the effort of introducing Wazoo, Nat’s “best friend” felt forced. And don’t even get me started on the issue of Poppy and Sykes. I’ve never read of a more mismatched (and not in a good way) and “cold” pair of leading characters. Usually such books have at least an upside in the paranormal/suspense department. Sadly, this story wasn’t one of those. The glimpses of what was going on around Poppy and Sykes were sporadic and dull, those baddies of the Embran have lost their flair from the first book, and, though started as integral part of the series arc, were relegated into the backdrop, revisited only as an afterthought. Really disappointing. And since two “bad” books in a row already start to make a pattern I won’t visit the Court of Angels anymore.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Janet Robel

    This was interesting and entertaining but I enjoyed the second book more than this one. It held my attention in the beginning, and I read to the end to be able to finish the trilogy.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    The final edition in the Court of Angels trilogy is the best of them all. By this time, the reader has gotten the hang of the somewhat confusing paranormal world these people are living in and what their powers are. Although, quite a few of them develop new powers as necessary to escape the current situation, which is somewhat lazy storytelling. Cameron is much better at writing believable chemistry between two characters than she is writing suspense, police jargon, or fantasy tales. The book re The final edition in the Court of Angels trilogy is the best of them all. By this time, the reader has gotten the hang of the somewhat confusing paranormal world these people are living in and what their powers are. Although, quite a few of them develop new powers as necessary to escape the current situation, which is somewhat lazy storytelling. Cameron is much better at writing believable chemistry between two characters than she is writing suspense, police jargon, or fantasy tales. The book really sizzles when focused on the burgeoning romance of Sykes and Poppy, who this reader had been rooting for since the previous book. It's very gratifying to see them come together. What is not gratifying is the climax to the Millet family's battle with the Embran and the big reveal of the Harmony and the Ultimate Power that it holds. Total letdown. Cameron uses a shadowy ancestor (a device she employed before in her Mayfair Square series, to much the same underwhelming effect) to imply that there may be more books forthcoming involving characters we've been introduced to in and around the Court of Angels. While that would certainly be welcome, hopefully Cameron doesn't think she needs to come up with a new supernatural threat to menace them. She should really just stick to couples meeting and marrying as that's what she does best.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jenn

    I gave this book 3 stars for several reasons; 1) Paranormal is not my main preference so I sometimes have trouble enjoying these 2) Obviously this is the third book in the series and I have not read the first two. As such, I was a bit confused but that's on me. 3) So many aspects were left unanswered which is frustrating. I do intend to read the first two books just to clarify some of the questions I have about this one. The characters of Poppie and Sykes were quite interested, I was confused abo I gave this book 3 stars for several reasons; 1) Paranormal is not my main preference so I sometimes have trouble enjoying these 2) Obviously this is the third book in the series and I have not read the first two. As such, I was a bit confused but that's on me. 3) So many aspects were left unanswered which is frustrating. I do intend to read the first two books just to clarify some of the questions I have about this one. The characters of Poppie and Sykes were quite interested, I was confused about Wazoo and David arrived with no closure on his character and what he can truly do. Maybe there is another book after this one, which I hope, as I do not like reading a book/series with so many questions unanswered.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Angie Gehrke

    Ok, so I finished all 3 books in this series, cause I really wanted to know the end of this story. Hate to say this, but still disappointed. I finally figured out what has been bugging me in all three books. Detail! I don't get enough detail throughout all the books. I enjoyed the storyline, especially the siblings with the powers and the long-dead relative to watch over and guide them. Not a fan of the Embran, theses villains needed more details written about them. I found the end of this book Ok, so I finished all 3 books in this series, cause I really wanted to know the end of this story. Hate to say this, but still disappointed. I finally figured out what has been bugging me in all three books. Detail! I don't get enough detail throughout all the books. I enjoyed the storyline, especially the siblings with the powers and the long-dead relative to watch over and guide them. Not a fan of the Embran, theses villains needed more details written about them. I found the end of this book to be a great let down.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lillie Roberts

    Poppy Fortune has a lot to make up for. First she almost sabotaged the burgeon romance between her brother, Ben, and his new wife, Willow. Even after their bonding, she still didn't believe Willow had the power to match Ben's. She tried to make amends, but it's an impossible sin to forgive, at least in her mind. Sykes, Willow's older brother and Ben's best friend, has been a thorn in Poppy's side. He shows her disdain for her misdeeds, but there's more to his emotions than meets the eye. At the f Poppy Fortune has a lot to make up for. First she almost sabotaged the burgeon romance between her brother, Ben, and his new wife, Willow. Even after their bonding, she still didn't believe Willow had the power to match Ben's. She tried to make amends, but it's an impossible sin to forgive, at least in her mind. Sykes, Willow's older brother and Ben's best friend, has been a thorn in Poppy's side. He shows her disdain for her misdeeds, but there's more to his emotions than meets the eye. At the first brush of their hands, electricity erupts, grabbing Poppy's attention. Sykes remembers Poppy from years of growing up along side the Fortunes, Ben's troublesome little sister. But, now Sykes has had his fill of Millet problems, Millet destinies, and Millet's mentor, Jude, who brought the Millet curse to Sykes shoulders. Now, all Sykes wants is to find a woman he can be himself with, he wants what others have found. Poppy brings a new realization into his life. She's all grown up and enticing as ever. Out of Sight by Stella Cameron continues the Court of Angels Series. Sykes is the oldest of the Millet children, now abandoned by their parents who are searching for the answer to the curse the Millet's have endured and having left Uncle Pascal in place as the lead of the family, a position that should have been Sykes by all rights. He's the oldest child in the family, but he's also the only one cursed, Jude Millet's curse of the dark hair and blue eyes, all the other Millets have the legendary red hair. Sykes thinks the curse is nonsense and so does Pascal, if the truth is known, and Pascal would like nothing better than to turn the reins of the burgeoning family over to Sykes capable hands. Pascal has his own problems to contend with, including a night of indiscretion in his wayward youth. But, the Embran, the creatures that would like to take over in this realm, also have to be dealt with, and it will take all the families working together to overcome the formidable foe. The Embran who are gradually disseminating and infecting their host bodies. It is only through finding the Harmony that the families can defeat the Embran, and only Sykes has the ability that they need. Out of Sight was another exceptional read from Stella Cameron who combines mystery, mayhem, psychic ability and a sensual romance all together in one book. This is Poppy and Sykes' story. Sykes, the long suffering true head of the Millet family and our enduring hero, and Poppy, the youngest of the Fortunes, deceived by her brothers into thinking she has the least of abilities and our heroine in this tale. Sykes has been searching for someone to complete his life and he really doesn't give Poppy a second look as the young sister of his best friend, Ben. But while Sykes has been searching, Poppy has grown up and come into her own. Now, he's having trouble denying the attraction and sparks that flow between their bodies. The question is, if Sykes takes the course laid before him by Millet mentor, Jude, will he ever find anyone else to fill the niche Poppy so completely fills? Will he ever locate the keys that will open the Harmony? And will the Embran take over New Orleans in the process? Out of Sight was an excellent read and I'll be looking for more from Stella Cameron. If you enjoy a little magical psychic ability with your mayhem and a sensual romance to boot, check the Court of Angels Series. Excellent paranormal romance/fantasy reading to be enjoyed by all.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Marcia Haskell

    I'm going to review the books as the 3 volume set: started with 'Out of Body', the story of Marley Millet and Gray Fisher. The second book 'Out of Mind' is the story of Willow Millet and Ben Fortune; and the third book 'Out of Sight' is the story of Poppy Fortune and Sykes Millet. 'Out of Body', is the first in the 'Court of Angels' series. Born of an ancient family of clairvoyants, Marley Millet finds that her psychic gift is both unsettling and incredibly dangerous. She never wants to "travel" I'm going to review the books as the 3 volume set: started with 'Out of Body', the story of Marley Millet and Gray Fisher. The second book 'Out of Mind' is the story of Willow Millet and Ben Fortune; and the third book 'Out of Sight' is the story of Poppy Fortune and Sykes Millet. 'Out of Body', is the first in the 'Court of Angels' series. Born of an ancient family of clairvoyants, Marley Millet finds that her psychic gift is both unsettling and incredibly dangerous. She never wants to "travel" again—but the choice is not hers to make. After glimpsing the fates of two missing New Orleans jazz singers, Marley knows she has no choice and must speak up before more women disappear. Flinty cop-turned-writer Gray Fisher, who interviewed both chanteuses before they vanished, takes a special interest in Marley's incredible story—and in Marley. Scouring the wild clubs of the French Quarter, Marley and Gray make an unlikely and uneasy team. But their determination is matched only by the heat between them…and the evil they have uncovered. 'Out of Mind' is the second of the 'Court of Angels' series. Willow Millet longs to deny her family's exceptional gifts—paranormal talents known to few, shared by even fewer. Benedict Fortune is one such—a connection that should have strengthened the undeniable bond between him and Willow. But her self-doubt has driven them apart. Married instead to her business, Willow's concierge we-can-do-anything service is thriving until it is hit by a string of bizarre and fatal accidents—every victim a client. Now her livelihood depends on two enigmatic socialites and their notoriously decadent parties. In this anything-goes atmosphere, Willow and Ben are thrown together again and their need for each other is as strong as ever, but they are challenged at every turn…. For dark forces are stalking Willow—coveting her gift as a means of cheating death…and ruling New Orleans forever. 'Out of Sight' is the third of the 'Court of Angels' series. Psychic master talent Sykes Millet can vanish at will, read minds and control others with hypnosis. What Sykes cannot do is escape his destiny—an ancient curse foretelling the misery his dark beauty may bring to everyone he loves. Poppy Fortune knows all too well the burden of having paranormal talent. The supernatural world has fractured her entire family—now it's keeping at bay the one man she wants more than life. Driven by hatred for the Millets, a killing force has attacked New Orleans. The evil Embran race has no conscience and intends to terrorize the city into submission. Sykes and Poppy must set aside old distrust and use their bonded talents to save their families, themselves…and New Orleans. I enjoyed these books as a series, but preferred the first two books to this third one. Any set of books that contain characters who have paranormal abilities, but who live and function as normal people with professions who live ordinary lives in most aspects of their worlds, is a series I enjoy. The premises of these books (that there is a race called Embrans who feel they need to destroy the Millets) is not especially unusual in the world of paranormal novels, but the actions and abilities of each pair of characters do surprise and delight me. The concept of Millet Bonding was really fun and the struggles the women went through accepting the down side (being protected by being controlled) was fun to read. I found this last book a little less inventive than the earlier ones, but do recommend the set.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Bookaholics

    Out of Sight by Stella Cameron Paranormal Romance- April 27th, 2010 4 stars Familiar characters return in this 3rd installment of the Court of Angels paranormal series. I loved the combination of paranormal and contemporary in this book. Out of Sight was a fun read and I really connected to the 2 main characters and enjoyed reading about them. Poppy Fortune has always felt inadequate. Her paranormal powers have always been weak and she can’t do things the rest of her paranormal family takes fo Out of Sight by Stella Cameron Paranormal Romance- April 27th, 2010 4 stars Familiar characters return in this 3rd installment of the Court of Angels paranormal series. I loved the combination of paranormal and contemporary in this book. Out of Sight was a fun read and I really connected to the 2 main characters and enjoyed reading about them. Poppy Fortune has always felt inadequate. Her paranormal powers have always been weak and she can’t do things the rest of her paranormal family takes for granted. Added to this is the guilt she feels for trying to break her brother’s relationship with the love of his life. Although she had good intentions Poppy realizes the harm she could have done. But trouble brews when a wealthy and influential admirer of Poppy's is accused of murder and asks Poppy for help. Unfortunately he may to be connected to the Embrans (their arch enemies). But when Poppy tries to help him the annoyingly confident and sexy Sykes Millet keeps interfering. Sykes is a powerful paranormal but his different coloring has ‘cursed’ him. He hides his unhappiness from his family and keeps himself separate. But the evil Embran are plotting and Sykes finds himself embroiled in trying to stop them while discovering the secret behind the mysterious keys behind Court of Angels. But what worries him most is the irrepressible and wildly attractive Poppy. Poppy has always attracted him but when he finds she might be in danger he is willing to bare his feeling to keep her safe. I have read Stella Cameron’s historical and suspense books but found this new series more complex and fascinating. I really hope she continues to write more books with a paranormal theme because she excels at it. The only problem I had was that I read the 3rd book without having read the 1st or 2nd! So while the author does a good job up keeping the new reader up to speed I felt there were nuances that I missed and sections where I wasn't sure the implications of because I hadn't read the earlier books. So I would highly recommend reading the previous books. What I enjoyed the most about this book was the relationship between the 2 main characters. Both were extremely likeable and I felt very empathetic towards them. I really felt that they had found the ‘other’ to complete them. Both feel they are outcasts. Sykes because of his family curse and Poppy because she lacks the ability to read minds like the rest of the paranormals. Both are attracted to each other but have a difficult time verbalizing their feelings. It was great when they finally were able to let their guards down and allow their mutual attraction blossom! Overall, I really enjoyed this book especially the genuine connection between the 2 main characters but I did feel I missed lot not having read the first 2 books and will be going out to get them. This was a smooth, fast read that was easy to get addicted to! The only reason I didn’t grade it higher is because I feel I didn’t get as much enjoyment from it as I know I would have if I read the earlier books 1st. I only hope she continues this series since there were several characters I would love have their own stories. Reviewed by Steph from the Bookaholics Romance Book Club

  9. 4 out of 5

    Paranormal Romance

    Ok, for the life of me I still can quite figure out what this book was about. There was defiantly a disconnect between the plot and my brain as I'm lost as to what the plot actually was. As far as I can see it was about keys to the Harmony- a book which will bring harmony I guess to the 7 magical families. At the same time it was about a bunch of body snatchers taking the body of the a rich and spoiled 3rd wheel to the main characters relationship and framing his for murder. Again, this is just Ok, for the life of me I still can quite figure out what this book was about. There was defiantly a disconnect between the plot and my brain as I'm lost as to what the plot actually was. As far as I can see it was about keys to the Harmony- a book which will bring harmony I guess to the 7 magical families. At the same time it was about a bunch of body snatchers taking the body of the a rich and spoiled 3rd wheel to the main characters relationship and framing his for murder. Again, this is just guessing as the whole book was a glaze over. I was rather excited to read about this hero as I enjoyed his playful demeanor in the previous books and I also began to love him for his obvious bitterness about being passed over as the head of the family. I liked some aspects of the heroine but also disliked some as well. I really liked how mature she was. Though she did snap at people and be a little bitchy at times, she was woman enough to immediately apologize and attempt to her wrongs. But she was stupidly naïve to the motives of the 3rd wheel. She did lead him on despite what the hero says because she allowed the guy to get to the next step. It's obvious he intends to marry you and the fact that she didn't immediately shut him down gave him the idea that she was playing hard to get. At first the hero and heroine chemistry was nice. There was obvious tension between them due to the heroine's past actions. The hero actually put the heroine in a trance to stop her from seeing the 3rd wheel whom is being accused of murder but unwittingly this triggers their Bond and from there on they are attached at the hip. I thought it disturbing that the hero actually slept with the heroine while she was in the trance so she was unaware of her actions but she forgave him quickly enough. I think it was ok because the trance just man her aware of her true deep emotions and desires but it was still off putting to say the least. I was extremely disappointed with this book. It had zero substance or drive. It certainly wasn't a suspense or even a murder mystery. It had romance was it wasn't a very good one. I'm said to say I found this entire series lackluster and rather dull to say the least. But the fact that it ended on such a low note has seriously made me reconsider reading any further novels by this author.

  10. 4 out of 5

    CorLostForWords

    This is the third novel in the Court of Angels story arc. The storyline was okay, though I had a hard time figuring out who or what exactly the "Embran" were. They never were fully explained, but that could be because they were probably explained more fully in the first book. I enjoyed the chemistry between Sykes and Poppy, and I liked the secondary characters, however some of the scenes weren't quite believable. Specifically one between Poppy and Sykes. Poppy doesn't argue about something I thin This is the third novel in the Court of Angels story arc. The storyline was okay, though I had a hard time figuring out who or what exactly the "Embran" were. They never were fully explained, but that could be because they were probably explained more fully in the first book. I enjoyed the chemistry between Sykes and Poppy, and I liked the secondary characters, however some of the scenes weren't quite believable. Specifically one between Poppy and Sykes. Poppy doesn't argue about something I think she should have raised more questions about. Other than that, the story was okay, I just had a hard time connecting with it and the characters. Overall, not a great read for me, but I'm sure fans of Cameron's works will enjoy it. Disclaimer: This book was obtained through netgalley, free of charge, in exchange for an honest review. Many thanks to Harlequin Teen for sending me this copy to review.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jacqueline Seewald

    Out of Sight by Stella Cameron I just finished reading the third novel in Stella Cameron’s A Court of Angels series. Although the book cover claims that this is the third and final novel in a trilogy, I hope there will be more Court of Angels novels. The ending leaves the door ajar for more books. Set in exotic New Orleans, this sensual paranormal romantic suspense novel follows Sykes Millet, part of an ancient family of psychics, as he becomes involved with Poppy Fortune, another paranormally talen Out of Sight by Stella Cameron I just finished reading the third novel in Stella Cameron’s A Court of Angels series. Although the book cover claims that this is the third and final novel in a trilogy, I hope there will be more Court of Angels novels. The ending leaves the door ajar for more books. Set in exotic New Orleans, this sensual paranormal romantic suspense novel follows Sykes Millet, part of an ancient family of psychics, as he becomes involved with Poppy Fortune, another paranormally talented individual. A gruesome murder involving a wannabe boyfriend of Poppy, involves both her and Sykes in a homicide investigation. However, this proves to be no ordinary murder case. This novel, as did Out of Mind and Out of Body, involve members of the Millet family and their lovers in fighting paranormal evil forces. If you like creative horror and fantasy combined with sensual romance and mystery, then all three novels are must reads. I recommend them.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Darla Stokes

    Wow. I didn't even realize this was the same author who wrote the mess that was Cypress Nights until I found the same characters. I enjoyed this book MUCH more. Although, come to think of it, my problems with this book were the same as my problems with Cypress Nights--they were just less pronounced. That is: there's still the tendency to go off on introductory tangents whenever a character is mentioned, although it's now less intrusive--just a few words instead of a few paragraphs. And the first Wow. I didn't even realize this was the same author who wrote the mess that was Cypress Nights until I found the same characters. I enjoyed this book MUCH more. Although, come to think of it, my problems with this book were the same as my problems with Cypress Nights--they were just less pronounced. That is: there's still the tendency to go off on introductory tangents whenever a character is mentioned, although it's now less intrusive--just a few words instead of a few paragraphs. And the first sex scene between the hero and heroine really hit my squick button hard. But the characters and the plot were both much more engaging. If I'd read this one first, I'd have been more likely to pick up others by this author. I enjoyed the concept of paranormal families in the real world--it's reminiscent of Patricia Rice's "Magic" series (which I loved).

  13. 4 out of 5

    =^☺^=mskitty

    I really enjoyed this series "The Court of Angels". This one seems to be the last, but leaves an opening for future books. In this one Skyes Millet and Poppy Fortune fall in love as three of the the psi families in the French Quarter come together to kill the Embren that are invading us. Again as in the first 2 books, great love story, great old fashion horror. The small part of this book is devoted to Uncle Pascal's "coming out of the closet", this has been obvious from the beginning and he seem I really enjoyed this series "The Court of Angels". This one seems to be the last, but leaves an opening for future books. In this one Skyes Millet and Poppy Fortune fall in love as three of the the psi families in the French Quarter come together to kill the Embren that are invading us. Again as in the first 2 books, great love story, great old fashion horror. The small part of this book is devoted to Uncle Pascal's "coming out of the closet", this has been obvious from the beginning and he seems upset that no one is shocked. The funny part is, his 18 yr old son showing up at the same time as the anouncement. I could not put any of these books down, each one getting better and better. I recommend this series to all.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Barbara ★

    I'm glad this is the last book in the trilogy because I don't think I could stand anymore of the Embran. Out of Body was excellent; Out of Mind just ok; and this one, mediocre at best. When reading the first two, I didn't feel any connection with either Sykes or Poppy so reading a story featuring my two least favorite characters is just bleh. I thought the ending was too simple a conclusion for the fierce Embran and too pat. I'm glad this is the last book in the trilogy because I don't think I could stand anymore of the Embran. Out of Body was excellent; Out of Mind just ok; and this one, mediocre at best. When reading the first two, I didn't feel any connection with either Sykes or Poppy so reading a story featuring my two least favorite characters is just bleh. I thought the ending was too simple a conclusion for the fierce Embran and too pat.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mandy

    This is my favorite of the trilogy, but I really wish more time was spent on getting to know the characters. We get tiny glimpses of them as is needed to solve the mystery, but not much extra. I'd like a story about these characters when they aren't trying to save New Orleans / The World. Even just a follow-up story.....what happens with David? Does Sykes ever take his rightful position? Do they ever confront their parents? Do the paranormal families stay in contact or split again? I want more!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sennett

    I loved the different characters in the series but the driving force moving the plot forward petered out by the third book. The Embran still remain a huge mystery even after the third book. The different psi characters were delightful but they fell flat when pitted against such a dull/boring enemy. The ending was too abrupt with no real questions answered. I had hoped the book about Skyes would be better since he seemed like a larger than life character in the first two books.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    I was (mistakenly) informed that this was the first in the series. It is not and a lot of the back story is alluded to, but not explained, so it may be better if you read them in order. But I can go with paranormal or aliens. Both seemed a bit much.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kim

    I felt the ending was way too rushed and all of a sudden. I wish there was a better ending... But I did like the ending. It just left an empty feeling. It felt way too easy when the enemy was taken down. Overall, it was okay.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Brianna

    excellent third book in the Court of Angels trilogy. Skyes is awesome and Poppy is a good choice for him. I am glad that skyes found out that he is not cursed. He deserve to be happy.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne

    Good Trilogy, but I smell another addition or 2 to this series

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ana Kenley

    I skipped the second book in this court of angels series, but had no trouble picking up what was going on in this one. I found it a fun, entertaining read and finished it pretty quickly.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Cecely

    Felt unfinished, as far as the series goes. This particular installment was good, and I enjoyed it

  23. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    There better be more of these. While it wasn't a cliff hanger, there seem to be many more stories to tell.

  24. 4 out of 5

    SandraE

    A great finale to an awesome series.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Michele bookloverforever

    suggesst you read this book in order.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Charity

    The last books in the series right now. Which I think this one is my favorite of the three because I LOVE the hero/heroine in this story.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Terry Mccullough

    stella cameron never fails i stay up very late at night because i cant put her books down

  28. 4 out of 5

    Lynda Mackiewicz

    Excellent book

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ratforce

    Stella Cameron’s Out of Sight has a little bit of the supernatural mixed in with a good dose of romance.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    I didn't know it was part of a series and started with this one. Having no context took a star away.

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