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Deadly Sting - Jennifer Estep
Deadly Sting
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The eighth hotly anticipated book in the Elemental Assassin series by New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Estep: it’s Gin Blanco’s party—and you’ll cry if she wants you to.Against her better judgment, Gin is coerced into attending a high society gala with the rest of Ashland’s elite... show more
The eighth hotly anticipated book in the Elemental Assassin series by New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Estep: it’s Gin Blanco’s party—and you’ll cry if she wants you to.Against her better judgment, Gin is coerced into attending a high society gala with the rest of Ashland’s elite underworld. On display: the priceless art collection of her deceased nemesis, Mab Monroe, and an excess of crime boss swagger. While not comfortable in her fancy attire, Gin gets vastly more interested in the evening’s events when a group of thieves bursts in and tries to seize the valuable, dangerous gems. Facing a Die Hard-esque scenario in which she must free hostage partygoers while herself trapped in the museum, things get a little bit messy when the bloodshed begins. Let’s just say that Gin should have chosen the red gown.  
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Format: papier
Edition language: English
Series: Elemental Assassin (#8)
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Wanda's Book Reviews
Wanda's Book Reviews rated it
3.0 Deadly Sting / Jennifer Estep
Most people shy away from blood, but for an assassin like me— Gin Blanco, aka the Spider—it’s just part of the job. Still, it would be nice to get a night off, especially when I’m attending the biggest gala event of the summer at Briartop, Ashland’s fanciest art museum. But it’s just not meant to be...
Romance Reader (and Writer)
Romance Reader (and Writer) rated it
4.0 Deadly Sting
I'm kinda happy that a reunion may be on the cards in relation to Gin and Owen, they are so good as a couple! In relation to everything else. I'm glad that Jonah McAllister has finally got his comeuppance. I'm glad that the storyline was different once again (and how the cover really captures it! ...
Bookish Things & More
Bookish Things & More rated it
3.0 Deadly Sting
This book is definitely slower than previous booksGin reflects on an assignment she helped Fletcher with regarding a giantShe spends too much time thinking about things with Owen while figuring out how to stop the heistI was pissed at Owen in the last book, and that doesn’t improve much in this one....
PG's Books
PG's Books rated it
4.0 Deadly Sting
This was definitely one of the better books in this book series and certainly an improvement upon the previous two books.One thing that makes me write that it is better is that it finally have a story where the main thread is not just a variation of the same one used in most of the previous books. I...
Harbinger of Books
Harbinger of Books rated it
4.0 Review for Deadly Sting
Our story starts out with Gin moping …she misses Owen and while she is trying to hide it. Her friends and family can feel her despair. Finn tries to shake things out a bit by manipulating her into attending an event where all of Mab Monroe’s treasures are being showcased…which is awesome because Gin...
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