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9 Bodies Rolling (Body Movers) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B07C772HS6
- Publisher : Stephanie Bond, Inc (May 29, 2018)
- Publication date : May 29, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 1241 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 176 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #195,330 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I did really love that Stephanie didn't go the unicorns pooping glitter route with the family reunion plus one! Of course there was going to be real life issues to deal with, and it was handled brilliantly. Poor Carlotta still can't seem to get a break and still has to be the glue to hold her family together. With the opioid epidemic grabbing national headlines, I'm also glad that Stephanie didn't miraculously cure Wes of his addiction. Opioids are hard to get off as it is, but mental addiction piece is even harder to overcome. I really enjoyed Carlotta and Prissy feeling out their new dynamic. Without giving any spoilers, this book screams to be careful what you wish for because you may get it. Things aren't always what you expect them to be.
Gotta love Hannah! Stephanie is able to write impossible situations without making them come across as moronic slapstick. The roller derby story line was funny and worked well with the main plot and subplots. All the characters continue to develop and grow which is refreshing. We also get to really meet Randolph and Valerie Wren.
As for the 3 men in Carlotta's life, it's kind of like a horse race and one man leads by a nose only to be overtaken by the other. For me, Peter was always out of the running and the real race was between Coop and Jack. I like both men. Both have flaws, Coop's alcoholism and Jack's overbearing nature...not to mention he got another woman pregnant. Just when you think one of them was out of the race and won by the other, all is not as it seems.
I usually take a day or so to read these. I tried not to binge read because I just want to savor the flavor, but I gorged myself. I hate that it was over and now I have to wait for book 10! If you are looking for a great read, start this series from the beginning. You won't want to miss a single page.
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There is not much of a mystery in this book as the main focus is on Carlotta and Wes adjusting to having their parents back in their lives. It was an enjoyable read, but with the thinnest of mysteries, it wasn't as good as previous ones.
Carlotta is still torn between Jack and Coop, which is difficult to resolve in an ongoing series as you are going to disappoint half your readers no matter who your character ends up with. Wes is still screwing up. If there is a choice to be made, Wes will always choose the wrong one. I would like to see some growth on his part. I know his problems add conflict, but I would like him to move on and develop new problems to tackle rather than the same ones over and over.
Stephanie Bond said this book was like a reboot of the series and it was. It is just a shame there wasn't a real mystery to solve in this one. I do enjoy this series and will continue to read it. Hopefully, the next book will have a better mystery in it.
I don't know whom to pick Jack is so Sexy & Unsure of him self, Coop is steady & Dependable & always there for her. Too bad she can't have both!