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- Print Length: 159 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: September 18, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009D7VMUS
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,479 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Trolling for Trouble (The Lynlee Lincoln Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The main character of this book is Lynlee Lincoln. She is a witch -- who is a neutralizer. Lynlee's job is to cover up the mishaps the MAUCs sometimes get themselves into. One of her busiest days is Halloween. I don't write spoilers (and how can you write a long review about such a short story where things happen fast fast fast) but this is one of those --I CAN"T PUT THIS BOOK DOWN -- type stories. Once you start reading, you will find it hard to stop until you reach the ending.
I was given a copy of this book for an honest review.
Olivia Hardin is one of those precious ones, who can transform a few pages into Wonderland. I fell for Lynlee and her struggle to not either strangle or kiss Beck. She tries so hard to wrap herself into that tight shell, to control her magic and her feelings that she is almost forgetting how to live. Imagine how she feels when Beck comes strolling into her life (again), threatening to remove the little self-control she has left.
It comes out early that Lynlee and Beck have a history and that it ended badly, but we only get snippets of why. I’m kinda curious about the why and how. Maybe we’ll find out later?
Anyway, I really liked Trolling for Trouble, and Lynlee is very likable. I like that she thinks fast, reacts the same way, and doesn’t back down for anything. There was a particular part involving a troll and some serious cleaning that made me laugh out loud :-)
This book is about Lynlee Lincoln a witch, whom is a neutralizer. Her job is to cover up the mishaps the maucs (Magical and undead creatures) sometimes get themselves into. She has very creative ways to handle each situation. She had a very busy Halloween night and is exhausted. She is pulled from bed only to discover two children in her kitchen. She is drawn to them... then their father Beck appears, the man whom is her true love and left her years before. She is caught between not wanting to get involved with him again or helping his children.
"Her eyes were as green as the grass in a spring field"
"She laid her head down on his shoulder and stuck two fingers in her mouth as she examined me."
“I told her I’d sleep in there too, but she said I can just hold her hand.”
"Very charming and almost like something from a fairy tale"
"I leaned in but my witch’s hat got in the way so I tossed my head back sharply to knock it loose"
It's a wonderful story with a wonderful ending. I love how Lynlee interacts with the other characters. You will probably want to have Tangled in Trouble ready to be read as soon as you finish because while the story is summed up nicely, you will want to know more about what happens to Lynlee by the time you are finished with this one.
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This short novelette introduces Lynlee. She is a witch with special abilities who works closely with MAUC's (magical and undead creatures) to mitigate any fallout when normal humans get involved, unwittingly or not, in the hidden supernatural world existing parallel with our own.
Delightfully humorous, the characters interact well together in this story. After reading this, I was chomping at the bit to learn more about Lynlee and find out if she and Beck will have an opportunity to reconnect. Thankfully, the next book, Tangled in Trouble, was ready and waiting.
Reviewed by Laurie-J