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The Suck Stops Here: A Paranormal Women's Fiction novel (First Fangs Club Book 4) Kindle Edition
For one thing, the trip includes a stop off to meet the parents of her daughter’s boyfriend. Something Donna isn’t particularly looking forward to. After all, they’re upstanding citizens and she’s, well, the soon-to-be former wife of a mobster currently awaiting trial.
For another, the dark shadow of serious allegations hangs over Donna and her human assistant, Pierce. Allegations made by her arch nemesis, Governor Fitzhugh, that will require both Donna and Pierce to appear before the vampire council. She feels certain she’ll be able to deal with the outcome of her hearing, but Pierce is a different story. The vampire council isn’t known for their mercy with humans.
Protecting Pierce weighs heavy on her. There has to be a way to persuade Fitzhugh to drop the charges, but at what cost? And can she trust his word? While pondering these questions, the funeral activities get underway, and Donna makes a strong new ally.
Then events take an interesting turn and Donna is left with a brand-new issue to deal with. Should she bite the bullet and say yes to the epic deal she was offered before the trip? Even when she feels inadequate to handle what’s required of her?
The only thing she knows for sure is enough is enough. For once and for all, the suck stops here.
- ASIN : B0958H4CGV
- Publication date : August 6, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 1997 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 386 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1941695671
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #42,068 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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However, when the cliffhanger is as big as it is at the end of this book, rather than make you crave the next one, it simply makes the book feel incomplete. I don't read books in order to feel stress and anxiety about not knowing how the book has ended, but rather as an escapism through fantasy. A cliffhanger this profoundly jarring takes me out of the story and leaves me feeling unsatisfied. I very much doubt I will be buying future books in this storyline because of this. And I will reconsider whether I will buy other books in a continuing storyline of this sort from this author.
To the author: I don't know if you're reading this, but I hope you are. When you create a cliffhanger like this, rather than ruminating over the story itself, this type of cliffhanger makes me think about your money making career as an author. Don't get me wrong, I have been HAPPY to pay for your books. I've never once considered them not worth the cost (until this one). I get that you have a living to make and I don't object to that. However, when you create a cliffhanger ending so jarring it takes your reader out of the story/fantasy, you've ruined the story for that reader and have failed as an author.
What is even worse is that I already suspect how the main character is getting out of the death sentence thanks to a previous book she wrote so the cliffhanger isn't even a cliffhanger for me. Either the author will have Pierce, who is now a Reaper, temporarily harvest her soul, thereby technically "killing" her, then put her soul back again bringing her back to unlife (see The Reaper Rescues the Genie) or they will escape via the invisibility potion or some combination thereof. If I'm wrong and pleasantly surprised by a nifty and original plot twist, I will stand corrected, but as much as I hate to say it, I think we've reached Lazy Author Syndrome level and that just sucks, pun intended.
Had bought book 3 but decided to wait for the fourth ( skipped to back pages and saw another was on its way) so I could read together. They did not disappoint! I knew she would go after the Car to get Rico back and the ending of that guaranteed the fourth would continue the ongoing feud with Fitzhugh.
Each book left an ending opening for the next book but the fourth book seems to be the end of the series!
There were so many unanswered questions----- where will she live as Queen? Do Pierce and Donna finally become more than friends? What happened to Claudette and is she gonna help Donna, who saved her life? Why didn't the Emissary ( her father) text her back? Is this the last book, as in Donna has been found guilty so no more to write?
When I saw the title for the fourth book, I remember thinking it might mean it was the last book, " stop here " usually means The End!?
In shock from the ending, when I turned the next page imagine my surprise. Read this line multiple times!
"If you loved this book and want to see the series grow, tell friends and take the time to leave a review" WTH!!
First time I've ever seen this!
Of course I would like to see the Series grow; I want more of Donna ,Pierce ,Will, Charlie , Neo, Temo Cammie!
Was this a ploy for good reviews?! What about the unanswered questions?
I loved this series and I may have to wait 7 months for the next book but I will definitely be buying it!
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Don't want to spoil anything, but hell girl what a cliff hanger. Much better than who shot JR.
Well done one again.