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- Print Length: 283 pages
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- Publisher: Whistling Book Press (September 17, 2018)
- Publication Date: September 17, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07GSD7L6C
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Double-Double Demon Trouble (Whiskey Witches Crossover 1) Kindle Edition
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When evil comes for Paige, Daxx finds himself in more trouble than he can handle alone (honestly though what is new with that?) and as we have come to expect with the Whiskey family, especially when Daxx charges in -Chaos and Humor and adventure ensue.
I am such a fan of the Whiskey Witches - They are such a ragtag bunch of misfits but above all their differences and their disagreements they are family - through thick and thin - Fire and Ice.
I may have a real soft spot for Fat Cat and Daxx- he has such a habit of jumping right in without a whole lot of forethought. He has such a big heart and I do so enjoy his cantankerous ways
This is the first in a set of three? (I believe) that is a crossover series - do not worry though everyone is here. We also get to meet some new characters and become better acquainted with some of the secondary.
As always if you love paranormal with a strong storyline, lots of action packed with an incredible cast look no further than the Whiskey Family
Oh yeah: highly recommended.
F. J. Wolfram, Double-Double Demon Trouble #1 - While I'm familiar with Whiskey Witches by S. M. Blooding, I haven't read anything by this author. This book picks up the day after Whiskey on the Rocks ends, which I haven't read. Since I only had read the first two Whiskey books, I wasn't sure if I would be lost reading with such a large gap in the WW world. No problem, I understood the parts that referred back to the first two WW books and didn't need to worry about the other references. I didn't get lost, but got immersed in another good WW book.
Double is well written, fast paced and with plenty of action. I still like the original characters I knew as well as the new to me characters that have joined the WW world. They were believable and their dialog realistic. Alma is my favorite strong female, with Paige close behind. The humor, the storylines and intriguing plot make it hard to put down the book. The language isn't as heavily vulgar as in the first book I read. I contacted Ms. Blooding to review her books. 5*
S M Blooding, The Demon Whiskey - Has an overview, which I appreciate knowing what the book is about before reading it. Although I was disappointed with the last part of Whiskey Witches, I decided to read TDW, which I had received as an ARC. This book can be read after or before WW, without any spoilers. Well written, with realistic dialog and an interesting plot. By realistic, I don't mean vulgar language, since nowadays that's considered the real way to talk. This book is heavy with vulgar language, which I found distracting in both books, and caused me to start skimming after a few chapters. But at least the English out weight the profanity. The author and I butted heads, and while we agreed to disagree, we found we had similar backgrounds. I found Blooding a nice and funny lady through our emails. Minor editing needed. I contacted the author to review her books after reading Whiskey Witches.
S M Blooding, Whiskey Witches - Intense. This well written, interesting story hits the floor running and doesn't stop until the last quarter of the story. The characters are believable and the twisting plot keeps the reader immersed in reading until the last 25%. The book then got boring and silly in places. Unfortunately, WW is heavy with vulgar language, which distracted me in places. I do credit the author with some restraint, since there could have been more profanity. Minor editing needed. This is my first book by this author and I will be reading The Demon Whiskey.