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Head Above Water (Gemini, #2)
Title : Head Above Water (Gemini, #2)
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Language : English
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Number of Pages : 243

Gemini, Book 2 Camille Ellis has tracked many killers during her career,but this time it's personal. Cut off from conclave resources, she won't let a small thing like a suspension keep her from accepting Cord Graeson's offer of help.Pretending to be mated to him is one way to secure allies, but the best that can be said of the Chandler Pack is they haven't killed or eatenGemini, Book 2Camille Ellis has tracked many killers during her career,but this time it's personal. Cut off from conclave resources, she won't let a small thing like a suspension keep her from accepting Cord Graeson's offer of help.Pretending to be mated to him is one way to secure allies, but the best that can be said of the Chandler Pack is they haven't killed or eaten her. Yet. Between the alpha's displeasure and the pack's distrust of fae, she's working overtime to keep her head above water.Just when the fur starts to fly, a tip cracks her case--and her life--wide open.

Head Above Water (Gemini, #2) Reviews

  • Talltree

    3.75 stars!

  • Angela (Angel's Guilty Pleasures)

    Head Above Water starts off right at the ending point in book one, Dead in the Water. The author hooked me from the begging to the end. I couldn’t put this one down and read way into the night.The world and characters are phenomenal. Their is no shortage of action, mystery, and a relationship that is just blooming. Cam is working on a case and the more she uncovers the more dangerous her life becomes. Besides all that the relationship between her and Cord is just growing, which they are dancin [...]

  • Anna (Bobs Her Hair)

    3.25 – Character Development But Story Needs a CompassDespite her suspension from the Earthen Conclave, Camille ‘Cam’ Davis is determined to find a missing friend and the killer whose motivation remains a mystery. Without the conclave’s backing she accepts warg Cord Graeson’s offer of help, but his pack’s animosity toward fae makes Cord’s offer debatable, as there’s conflict within the Chandler Pack. Cord is at the center of the rift in the pack. As Cam realizes Cord may be heali [...]

  • Jeanny

    -1 star cliffhanger ending

  • Hailee (haibooklovers)

    Solid follow-up!

  • Yellagirlgc

    I received a copy of this book for an honest review. Im sad to see the book end. Hailey Edwards writes books with murder, pack challenges and kidnappings but they also have romance and humor. I love the LOL moments! I'm ready to get my greedy hands on the next in the series!

  • Katyana

    I liked this better than the first one, though I think there are still a lot of problems.Graeson is still hard to accept as a male lead, because he's pig headed about respecting Cam's ability to handle herself, be informed, make decisions. He withholds all information until she basically trips over it . and how is that ever going to be a partnership? How can that possibly be a functioning relationship.Frankly, his redeeming quality in this book is that he's in his wolf form a lot. I like his wol [...]

  • Alison

    I received a free copy of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.I have mixed feelings about this novel, it took me a VERY long time to finish because I kept picking it up and putting it down. As a consequence, I'm not sure whether I failed to get a grip of the plot because of my sporadic reading or because it didn't gel together. I have just checked my review of the second Black Dog novel Heir of the Dog and I made some comments which apply equally to this on [...]

  • Kelly

    Soooo. I might have been the tiniest bit enamored of the whole Cam/Graeson dynamic after book 1. Tiny amount. You probably barely noticed. Let's just say that I would have broken my cardinal rule of series reads if book 2 had been out when I finished book 1. That's right, I WOULD HAVE PICKED UP BOOK 2 BEFORE WRITING THE FIRST REVIEW.I KNOW! Calm down. But I stand by that statement. I would have read this book immediately. As it turns out, I would have been well within my rights to my fangirling, [...]

  • Jess the Romanceaholic

    G-d I've missed this author's books. I only have myself to blame, of course I've actually had this book (and every other book she writes) on preorder as soon as I saw it on , but despite having had this on my Kindle since it released, I somehow managed to not read it.I won't do a full review because I read the last four books set in this universe back to back, and honestly, I'm not 100% sure what happened in this book vs the other books, save for the fact that there was a LOT of progress made on [...]

  • Shieldmaiden Darcy

    This book is a mystery, but not in a good way.Why on earth did I read the whole thing? It reads like a YA. The main character is a twenty-something juvenile. The main heartthrob is a cookie cutter were. I've read this book in different forms a thousand different times, written by a thousand different authors, only in the others, the main heroine wasn't stuck in the mentality of a ten year old girl who was perplexed at complex (what was supposedly complex, wasn't really written deft enough to con [...]

  • Linda

    Camille´s last assignment led her and her family to accept Cord´s offer of a place to stay, but she had no idea how this would turn out. Still searching for the friend that disappeared Camille has enough on her plate, that´s when the Alpha comes with demands. When the answer to her questions appear to be closer to home than they expected Cord and Camille has to make decisions and brace for repercussions. Can they get through this unscathed?PNR romance, action and suspense in a great combo. Ca [...]

  • Ashley Martinez

    Picking up where the first book left off, this story focuses mostly on Graeson and the pack. I was a little disappointed as I was hoping for more of the high action and mystery that was present in the first book. This one had a slow start for me but it did eventually pick up and for that I was glad for. I definitely liked the twists and turns the book took and am looking forward to the next one.

  • Saruuh Kelsey

    Thoroughly entertaining, emotional, and surprisingly romantic. All the stuff I hated about Graeson in book one were blessedly absent. He's somehow a nice guy now, and I actually love him?

  • Shannie

    Another great read!!! Can't wait to read the next book!

  • Auriane

    Ich bin überrascht davon, wie sehr mir auch dieser zweite Teil gefällt. Camille Ellis ist gleichzeitig eine typische UF-Heldin und gleichzeitig auch nicht. Ihre Handlungen und ihr Charakter werden auch noch in diesem Band maßgeblich durch den Verlust ihrer Schwester Lori bestimmt. Aber sie zeigt immer Ähnlichkeiten zu anderen Protagonisten des Genres: unüberlegtes Handeln in gefährlichen Situationen, bei Personen in jedweder Machtposition kein Blatt vor den Mund nehmen, überraschende Fäh [...]

  • Jo Dawson

    Head Above Water is the continuation of the Gemini series by Hailey Edwards. Camille Ellis finds herself with a few weeks of unanticipated leave and a warg who has manipulated her into helping him get to the bottom of his sister’s murder. Warg politics, family bonds, and witchy threats complicate the informal investigation while one warg in particular continues to insinuate himself into Camille’s life.The only thing better than stumbling onto a good book is when that book is the first in an [...]

  • Denise Belt

    Camille Ellis works for the Earthen Conclave, and is investigating a serial killer that drowns children. Camille is a Gemini twin who lost her twin at the age of 8. She is unique in the Gemini community and is punishing herself for not saving her sister by trying to save others. As her investigation continues, she meets a warg named Cord. As much as she’d like to resist Cord he keeps finding a way into her heart. When Cam meets Harlow, a mermaid she is not impressed. The more time she spends w [...]

  • Meels

    While significantly slower moving than the first book, possibly due to its being around 70 pages longer, it was still very good. The world building and the characters are unique, entertaining and endearing. The author employs Gord’s favorite “cliffhanger” method by resolving the current book’s issues, while creating new ones at the very end to spur you on. Also, the overall arch continues throughout. But, the series is complete, so it shouldn’t be any hardship. These are fast, easy, en [...]

  • Kitty Galore

    I am enjoying this seriesIn book 2 we find Cam and her family living right outside of Graeson's pack land. They are still trying to hunt down Charbydis as well as locate her new friend. Things amongst the pack keep them from focusing on their mission how ever. This series so far is full of action, a hint of mystery as the clues and info unfold, shifting which you just have to love, and just enough romance. I am about to dive Right into book 3

  • Jana Gundy

    A great story that will keep you up This author always writes very detailed and complicated tales. Nothing is ever easy and there is always a twist or turn you don’t see coming. A lot of time and effort are put into each book and you can tell. I loved this continuation that dealt more with Cam,ie and Graeson than the villain and we are left with more questions than answers and I loved it.

  • Arielle Pettis

    Still loving it1Another great read to this series!!! I am seriously having a hard time putting these books down I am super stoked that Cam and Jackson are together, and I cannot wait to see what happens in the next book! I truly hope our mermaid will be okay. I also want to know what's going to happen with Isaac and Dell!!!

  • Sara

    So good!I’m amazed at every single book I read by Hailey Edwards. Each one grips you, shakes you, and cuddles you after. She is such an artful writer. The stories are fresh and her characters are very well flushed out. I can’t wait to see how this series wraps up!

  • Elizabeth Kiefer

    This dragged for me. I think I skimmed the last 1/4 of the book. Ellis or Cam isn't a compelling character for me and the fact that her "relationship" to mating for life with Graeson is all of a week old, that's super tough to suspend my disbelief for. Especially since there were so many issues.

  • Cora

    GoodReally liked this book. Engaging and well written. Now moving on to the next in the series. Can't wait to read it.

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  • Janice perry

    Loving this series

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  • Debbie

    I think that this series, and the adjoining series, might just join my list of favorites. The writing is solid. The characters have depth. The "world" is just enough different to make it stand out among the current mass of paranormal fiction.

  • Janelle

    **I received a free copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review**5 starsWhen Camille Ellis is put on administrative leave from her job at as a Specialist with the Conclave – an agency that polices all things supernatural – she feels like she’s been left as a shell of her former self. The one that did her job and didn’t get involved in other’s issues or feelings – the one she was before she met Graeson Cord, a warg (wolf shape-shifter) who’s sister was killed i [...]