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- ASIN : B0812BLBMM
- Publisher : Pen & Page Publishing; 1st edition (November 24, 2020)
- Publication date : November 24, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 4476 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 482 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1649640110
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #35,451 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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That being said, I hated the authors note. That it was necessary, that idiot people may effect whether she bothers writing more of this series in the future, and that those idiot people have been sabotaging her other work because it's not identical to this series. I like Booked for Murder, Outfoxed, and other books under RJ Blain too but they do all have different feels to them. The only similarities are that every book has at least a few instances that make you laugh out loud, from either pure humor or sheer audacity, and that her characters are strong people with their own flaws.
RJ is one of the few authors that I actually pay money to read. Normally I stick to KU books, but hers are good enough that I go out of my way, preorder, and wait impatiently for them to be released. Maybe one of the series isn't your cup of tea, but don't go leaving bad reviews because you got exactly what the book said it was.
Thanks RJ for another glimpse of our favorite cindercorn!
The author went off the deep end with this story, taking good characters and making them ridiculous at best. Seriously, gorgon mice? No, just no. Then, having the author repeatedly berate her bad reviews on social media was beyond the last step.
I am just sad at the waste of money, and time in reading her work. Even the main character Bailey has gone down hill in this version. No, just no. Glad this is the end of the Bailey and Sam stories. The author is played out.
Never again will I read a Blain novel.
Overall I really liked the storey and I recommend reading the others in this series about Bailey and Quinn.
That said, the end note where the author complains about readers was a massive turn off. I likely won’t be buying anymore of her books. Unfinished plot lines in otherwise very good books drive me crazy, and complaining about bad reviews is in such poor taste I just can’t any more.
While I will be sad that no more books will be focused on Bailey and Quinn, they deserve to raise their family (and various dohickies) on peace.
While there is comedy, don't let that overshadow the serious issues R.J. Blain writes about. Look beyond the laughs and think about the world we live in and how society sees certain topics.
I look forward to more of R. J. Blain's books.
Top reviews from other countries
It has got to the stage here I will buy the book without reading the blurb because I know I will enjoy it.
When pre-ordered, I eagerly await the arrival of the book and I tend not to sleep on the days those books arrive on my device.
This book did not break the pattern of enjoyment. This author is one where I feel I could read their books on a constant cycle and not get bored. They are a good length, cover a wide variety of topics and don't fall into clichés.
Can't recommend this book enough.
I don't understand why this series is thought of as being lightweight, when even a superficial analysis shows such heavy duty topics as child neglect, labour laws, people trafficking, animal welfare and rare species trade are all featured.
As a wrap to Bailey and Quinns story this was good and as chaotic as I expected