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Deadly Sting - Jennifer Estep
Deadly Sting
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Red is definitely my color. Good thing, because in my line of work, I end up wearing it a lot. 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... show more
Red is definitely my color. Good thing, because in my line of work, I end up wearing it a lot. 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. For this exhibition of my late nemesis’s priceless possessions is not only the place to be seen, but the place to be robbed and taken hostage at gunpoint as well. No sooner did I get my champagne than a bunch of the unluckiest thieves ever burst into the museum and started looting the place. Unlucky why? Because I brought along a couple of knives in addition to my killer dress. Add these to my Ice and Stone magic, and nothing makes me happier than showing the bad guys why red really is my color.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9781451688993 (1451688997)
ASIN: 1451688997
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 369
Edition language: English
Series: Elemental Assassin (#8)
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Trea's Journey for a Good Book
Trea's Journey for a Good Book rated it
4.0 Deadly Sting (Elemental Assassin #8)
This is another one of those bridging type books, where the author is trying to move the overall arc between major characters entering and leaving. For me, most of the time these types of stories are mediocre at best. However, this one was a pleasant surprise!In the last book, a major rift formed be...
Trea's Journey for a Good Book
Trea's Journey for a Good Book rated it
4.0 Deadly Sting
This is another one of those bridging type books, where the author is trying to move the overall arc between major characters entering and leaving. For me, most of the time these types of stories are mediocre at best. However, this one was a pleasant surprise!In the last book, a major rift formed ...
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....
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3.0 Deadly Sting by Jennifer Estep
Deadly Sting begins when Finn talks Gin into go to an event that will end up revealing Mab's will along with her many possessions she had. While there she never expected to see some of her friends including Owen with another woman as a date. Now they weren't exactly on a "date" they were there just ...
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