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Wrong Question, Right Answer (The Bourbon Street Boys Book 3) Kindle Edition
About the Author
Elle Casey, a former attorney and teacher, is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling American author who lives in France with her husband, three kids, and a number of furry friends. She has written books in several genres and publishes an average of one full-length novel per month.
- ASIN : B01CGBC72E
- Publisher : Montlake Romance (August 23, 2016)
- Publication date : August 23, 2016
- Language : English
- File size : 1347 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 338 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #162,293 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This book did just not do it for me. I did not like the character of Toni at all. I don't very much care for tough, crude female leads in books. I just couldn't stand Toni, the way she spoke, they way her monologues were in her head. I literally skipped over most of her because she annoyed me so bad. I mean she thought she was a murder, in hindsight she was but not really it was self defense. I just dint really get the whole story line either and to me Lucky was not male enough for me as a character. He bent over backwards and walked on eggshells for Toni who to be it seemed like she cared less. She was very rude to the other characters May and her sister and I don't know why either. The writing style was good and I loved the other characters from the other books we saw, but this book to me just did not hook me. It really saddens me that I din't like this book. I loved the other to books and enjoyed the authors writing style. I really hope the other books are better.
Then we have the plot which wasn't about a crime really, just some work is done.
It was okay. I hope the series bounces back
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I hadn’t expected to enjoy a story about Toni. The prickly female just didn’t seem to interest me in past novels. I should have had a little more faith in Elle, as she seems to be able to reel me in no matter who or what she writes about. As it turns out, Toni is a wonderfully complicated woman. I kind of love the way her mind works, and although I did get angry at her a couple of times for the way she thought about May, I forgave her by the time I finished reading. It’s obvious poor Toni doesn’t have much experience dealing with female friends, so May and Jenny are good for her. Lucky also seems to benefit from his friendship with Jenny, as much like May, she’s determined to get people to open up to her and help them any way she can. Thanks to her, he starts to deal with his issues, leading to his and Toni’s relationship taking a turn for the… well… confusing, since neither seems willing to label what they are.
I love how the sisters, May and Jenny, seem to be bringing the best out in those around them. Actually, if I’m honest, I’m kind of upset Elle didn’t include any bonus material in this book, as I would have loved to have seen a couple of scenes from May’s or possibly Ozzie’s perspective, as several things occurred outside of Toni’s perspective that I would have loved to have read about. (Sorry to be vague, but I do so hate including spoilers in my reviews). Fingers crossed, Elle might just backtrack and include them in a later novel. I may not have found this novel as funny as the previous two, but it was very touching. In fact this may be my second favourite book of the series. (My favourite being ‘Wrong Number, Right Guy’). I can’t wait to find out what’s next for the Bourbon Street Boys.
Suggested Audience: Mature readers of Romantic Fiction
Perspective: First person
Sexual content: Infrequent
Cautionary element(s): Domestic abuse and suicide are topics of thought/discussion.
But as I read on, some humour started to appear and Toni became a much more sympathetic character when her back story emerged. I became interested in her and her relationship with Lucky.
This was a more serious storyline with abusive relationships to be thought about and how you might react, and the impact of prison on your personality and behaviour.
The ending is really good too.
Their relationship is not any easy one as it is complicated by several issues.
It was brilliant to see how both of them grew and adjusted. Toni has always been the one who holds her self back. She would avoid spending time with May or Jenny and always came across as hard headed and unapproachable. Lucky was always a quiet character and generally tended to blend into the background. So, I was delighted to read more about these two characters and I was not disappointed in their development.
There was the usual input from May and Jenny, which I found hilarious. May is a brilliant character and her regular input broke up the tension between Lucky and Toni.