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Vixen [Kindle Edition]

Julia Barrett
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  • Length: 26 pages (estimated)
  • Series: Vixen (Book 1)
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Book Description

Superheroes are dropping like flies. Cause... Unknown. Supervillain-in-charge, Alley Cat, holds the key. My task? Convince her to let me in on the secret so I can save the day and my superhero lover.

Product Details

  • File Size: 786 KB
  • Print Length: 26 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00M8HNA3W
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #993,401 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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3.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining but not worth the price IMO November 24, 2014
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I think the idea of this story is really fun and I would be interested to see what happens next to Vixen and Cat but I can't really get on board with spending $.99 for 25 pages. If the next chapter ends up popping up as free I'll most definitely get it. The story was fun and had an interesting premise: superheroes and super-villains are real but are dying from a disease that only their kind is suffering from.

Cat is a super interesting character/villain that I want to find out more about. More than the MC. I think the MC's superpowers seem like they are going to be used as a plot tool later on but I can't truly speculate on that, it just seems like something that is going to be very convenient. I also agree with another reviewer that it seems like there is this giant missing lesbian sex scene in the middle that isn't alluded to enough to even let us know if something actually happened or not.

All in all, entertaining but not worth $.99 each for a 25 page chapter.
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When J. R. writes, you follow. I was just going to read the beginning... Her tale of sick superheroes pulls you in so smoothly you don't realize you're fully engaged until it's too late. It's a complete story - and it feels like a teaser. I want to know more - and I have the feeling there will be. Every detail slips in without a fuss - just at the right time. Superbly written.
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3.0 out of 5 stars it a decent story October 4, 2014
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But it feels like there is a giant lesbian sex scene missing in the middle.
We get the explanation of Vixens powers, but there is nothing about where the Cats blood came from, the inference is that it was collected during sex, but there is no lead up, and no follow through, it's just a missing part of the story.
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More About the Author

Julia Barrett was born into an landed family in Northumbria in 1689. She was raised by a governess in the typical fashion of the time until, when Miss Barrett was aged 13, her mother died in a unfortunate sausage-cart accident, after which her father, driven mad by grief, began to raise her as a son, cutting her long tresses, dressing her in trousers, and enrolling her in school.

She quickly showed an affinity for writing which was encouraged by the headmaster who saw in her a return to the classical English style that was, at the time, being overwhelmed by the popular realism style growing in the Continent. With the headmaster's help, Barrett was able to publish some short essays and dramas, but to little acclaim.

It was while attending university that Barrett, bound for a career as a male English instructor, discovered a new pride in womanhood brought about by a chance meeting with Henry Carey, a talented satirist five years her junior.

Though their relationship was brief, it provided Barrett with a great sense of confidence, both in her gender and her talent. She never returned to her earlier masquerade of masculinity.

Barrett's writing took on a new focus, writing romance from the point-of-view of her heroines. This new style was both highly controversial and highly popular, and would go on to make her a household name even to this day.

Julia Barrett died in 1766. Originally it was believed she died of syphilis, but further research has debunked this theory. This was likely a rumor spread by her detractors. Recent studies point to a congenital heart defect.

She was survived by fourteen children, all adopted from Africa.

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