- File Size: 225 KB
- Print Length: 72 pages
- Publisher: Kindle Worlds (August 23, 2017)
- Publication Date: August 23, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0753ZQKNS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #231,486 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Hell Yeah!: Old Dog, New Trixie (Kindle Worlds Novella) (Ignition Infantry MC Book 4) Kindle Edition
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I read the previous books by Ms.Rain/Ms. Storm, I decided to continue reading the series to see the characters introduced in previous books turned out.
There are several negative points regarding Old Dog, New Trixie and the series:
1. Sidda Lee Rain ‘shares’ the series with author, Billy Storm. Billy Storm and Sidda Lee Rain are one in the same. The characters are all members of the same group, all ride motorcycles, all served in the US military.
2. Ms. Rain is not consistent with identifying the series for the four books, two are listed as An Ignition Infantry MC Heir Saga book; this book and Don’t Mess with the Bull, (listed as written by Ms. Rain), are not identified as such.
3. Ms. Rain takes a lot of things for granted in Old Dog, New Trixie book. She’ll mention a character that has not been mentioned before and gives no explanation as to who this character is or why the character is needed within the story.
4. The main characters are not completed explained. Knowing more of Dog’s background would have made the story much more interesting to read.
5. Ms. Rain’s heroines (in this series), all have roots in the same brothel, (Shady Lady Brothel). Ms. Rain’s has glorified being raised in a brothel, for instance, the brothel had 'nice women'.
6. As what seems to be the norm for many indie writers, there are several misspelled words and poor grammar; so many that the story line is interrupted several times. The interruption interferes with the story line tempo.
The storyline of Dog and Trixie had a lot of promise: an older biker, a younger bright, baby store owner find feelings for the other. However, Ms. Rain did not take advantage of the storyline. Sadly, I would not recommend reading this book, or the series for that matter.