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Sexy Little Liar (Misadventures of Mink LaRue) Paperback – October 30, 2012
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When Miss. Peaches informs Mink that her deadly ex-boyfriend, Gutta is coming for her, Mink's even more determined to get her grubby hands on the Dominion fortune.
Now that Mink and Bunni have returned, their presence has repulsed both Barron and his fake cousin, Pilar. To Mink's disbelief, there's a new foe lurking in the swamp. She's a raggedy Mink look-alike who goes by the name of Dy-Nasty. If you think Mink is foul, Dy-Nasty is even more trifling. She's willing to do anything to knock Mink out the race to get her fair share of the Dominion's millions.
Uncle Suge is STILL sexy, cool and crazy for Mizz. LaRue.
Frankly, I was a slightly disappointed with the ending. I wanted to witness Mink's reaction to her Aunt Bibby's revelations. Nevertheless, Noire's portrayals of those living in urban areas (the "hood") are both uncannily realistic and hilarious. I can't wait for the third installment.
Final rating: 3.5 stars
Fresh from her visiting her "long, lost family" in Texas, Mink and her partner in crime, Bunni are back in New York living it up on Mink's inheritance money. Wilding out of control, Mink and Bunni are living hood rich. Not heeding Peaches's warning, Mink is broke, she doesn't have Gutta's money that she squandered away while he is in jail, and she still haven't paid Punchie. With her back against the wall, Mink decides she will go back to her family, the Dominion's.
In Texas, the same ole things are going on, Pilar is still playing kissing cousins with Barron, Dame is still getting high, Viceroy is still barely alive, and Selah is mourning her "lost" daughter Sable.
But behind closed doors, Pilar and Barron are plotting a takeover of Dominion Oil. Barron is trying to get Viceroy declared incapable of performing his duties, so he can be the HNIC, and skip out on paying his family what is rightfully theirs. With the family divided, and one vote being the deciding factor, the family is introduced to the real Sable Dominion---Dy-Nasty.
All hell is about to break lose between Dy-Nasty and Mink. Who really is the sexiest little liar of the two?
Can't wait to read the conclusion (hopefully, the conclusion) of the Liar series.
The only problem that I have with these latest series (starting with the G-spot series , that dwindled down to pamphlet size ), is that that they no longer have that semi- complete feel as her other books.These books can be read in one sitting and then the reader is kicked off a cliffhanger for another year until the next installation comes out.
I am fully familiar with context of a book series, in my opinion these are like a huge meal of junk food - delicious and delectable while you're eating it, then after the meal is done you look back and wonder why you did it to yourself.
Love Noire, I'm a big fan,but these books come off as a cheesy ploy to keep the reader hooked, which would be an excellent ploy if they came in quick succession and didn't have two books stretched out into eight or nine installations at full price.