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Deadly Dancing (Mars Cannon Book 1) by [Pierce, Nicolette]
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Length: 213 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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For more information on Nicolette Pierce, please check out her website at NicolettePierce.com

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  • File Size: 792 KB
  • Print Length: 213 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: July 12, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008L8IXUM
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By D. Wilson on January 15, 2014
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The writing was good, the characters were good, but the two mystery plots were just not plausible. The Sledgehammer Killer? I knew who that was from the beginning......but the whole concept was stupid. And the mayor and his wife. Sigh.

Also, if you want people to pay for a book, hire an editor. We shouldn't have to insert words the author left out and correct the spelling if we pay for the book.

Great potential with the characters, though. I will read more books from this author if an editor is used.
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This book could do with a good editor. Bad spelling (bare for bear, you're for your, bride's maid for bridesmaid are among the more glaring); changes in tense and other problem made it hard to read. The plot is improbable and the sex scenes are standard heaving thighs and hot breathing with stock characters including an eccentric 80 year old neighbor and gay co-worker. Won't be reading the next one
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The good: I finished it. Most of the words were spelled correctly. With an editor and several revisions, it could be a pretty decent novel. It was free.

The bad: Even suspending all concepts of reality, the author expects us to believe that Mars shrugged off assault, threats, breaking and entering, vandalism, and burglary with no desire whatsoever to contact the police. Why have a natural response to crime when one can trust a male stripper met 2 days prior? I mean, why would we NOT trust him? Surely a refusal to give his name isn't a sign of deception, right? Nah, he's cool because he sets the loins a-flame. Let's wait until a drive-by shooting in the workplace to contact the police...then have a brief exam by paramedics before leaving the scene without so much as a word to the police. Has this author bothered to research even the most basic actions taken in a police investigation?
The final straw was when Mars realizes her stalker is a serial killer, but she ca't be bothered with that right now because she has a wedding to plan. If your characters aren't concerned about their lives, why should the reader?

To the author: Please, please, please hire an editor. If you can't, then find new friends because the ones that read this and said "YES! Perfect! Publish it!" are dirty liars. You had a good start with interesting characters, but you lost it with the grammar, spelling (she's supposed to shudder, not shutter), and continuity errors.
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Mars is a party planner who gets mixed up with male dancers. She has two cute guys wooing her. A woman killer called "the hammer," is after her because of the dancer, Brett she is seeing. Mars is planning a wedding and other parties while trying to figure out who is after her and who killed the dancer. Characters are creative in this book and the plot is good, but some of the dialogue is dry or unbelievable.
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A fun read! There is plenty of action. You’ll love Mrs. Janowaski and her paintball gun.
Mars Cannon is an event planner who gets sloshed after drinking only one glass of champagne. Her first encounter with a murder is when she plans a bachelor party for her best friend. A male stripper was murdered there, but the party must go on. Whoa, she meets a male stripper who makes her heart go pitter-patter. His name is Levi Mann or is it Chance or is it something else?
Through the magic of fiction all the men are entranced with Mars and all the women can’t keep their hands off whatever his name is.
There is a murderer killing women with a sledgehammer. Each victim attended male strip clubs numerous times. That puts Mars in danger. But what about the male stripper who was killed?
What’s his name manages to keep up with Mars as she runs from event to event, always doing everything perfectly except keeping her wardrobe intact. A quirky twist when the murderer catches both Mars and Brett, yea that is his name. Oh yea, they solve 2 crimes amidst all the amour.
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After Reading Nicolette Pierce's The Big Blind and High Stakes I had to buy this book to try it. This book is about Mars Cannon (great name) who is an event coordinator. Poor Mars goes from no dates to a love trinagle with EMT Evan and a male stripper named Levi (is that his real name??) throw in a crazy stalker who is mad that Mars is seeing "the guy" but which guy? Throw in a dead male stripper, a drive by shooting, and what an exciting ride the readers are on. I think this is a great read for anyone who enjoys laugh out loud moments and a lot of high jinx.

Totally have recommend this book to everyone :)
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Mars is just trying to do her job as an event planner and friend when she gets embroiled in a couple life threatening mysteries. It doesn't hurt that she also has two hot guys interested in her. Will she be able to survive long enough to see if there is a future with either guy? This is a warm, light-hearted story that requires you to read at least one additional book to know how it ends. The book is filled with interactions between warm, strong, likeable characters. Not generally a fan of stories where she has to pick between two guys so I will pass on reading the next book, especially after reading reviews and seeing where the next book goes. I will leave Mars somewhat happy with the one guy.
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