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review 2020-12-13 11:14
Feisty Red (Three Chicks Brewery, #2) by: Stacey Kennedy
Feisty Red (Three Chicks Brewery, #2) - Stacey Kennedy

 

 

Feisty Red by Stacey Kennedy

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Three strong women. Three clueless men. Enough temptation to set the senses on fire and enough emotion to make the heart sit up and take notice. The Three Chicks Brewery series turns romance into a flavorful experience. From spicy to sweet, Kennedy packs quite a punch. Feisty Red takes readers on a bumpy ride littered with angst, heartache and hope that will inspire even as it captivates. A beautiful tragedy becomes an awe-inspiring love story.



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review 2020-08-15 19:50
The Kennedy myth
The Kennedy Curse - James Patterson

Possibly the worlds best known thriller writer turns his penmanship to analysing the Kennedy dynasty. A very enjoyable, easy accessible, account of a family renowned as much for their abuse of privilege as their charasmatic leadership ability. To be a Kennedy seemed to imply that anything and everything was possible but history recorded a much more sombre account with death an uneasy bedfellow on many occasions.

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review 2020-07-27 12:08
Sassy Blonde (Three Chicks Brewery Book 1) by: Stacey Kennedy
Sassy Blonde (Three Chicks Brewery Book 1) - Stacey Kennedy

 

 

 

Sassy Blonde by Stacey Kennedy

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Strong women with sensitive hearts and a fighting spirit. The Three Chicks Brewery series is off to a fiery start. Love lost. Hope found. A second chance waiting to be revealed. Maisie and Hayes have struggled with heartache and insecurity. Tragedy has united them. Will romance heal them? Kennedy speaks to the emotional side of romance. With a smart mouth, a strong will and a wicked sense of humor, Sassy Blonde sets the heart on fire.



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review 2020-06-21 06:09
Review | Funk-N-Fiction: SASSY BLONDE by Stacey Kennedy
Sassy Blonde - Stacey Kennedy

Initial Thoughts:
I’ve heard really great things about this author for a long time, and the write-up looked really fun. It’s a spin-off, in the same world as a previous series, but I was told it could be read as a “book one”.

What I Loved:
The three sisters at the core of the story are a lot of fun. Very different, and filling their own role in the business (the series namesake, Three Chicks Brewery). I liked that we got to see them interact as much as we did, even though there was a definite focus on Maisie and Hayes’ budding “friends-to-lovers” relationship. It was pretty obvious from the start, where the story was going to go, but Stacey manages to throw in some curves that kept things interesting and fun. I loved that the angst level was kept low, even though there was definitely some baggage to be dealt with. I loved that once things started to happen between the two of them, there wasn’t any “hemming & hawing” about it. They owned it, and moved forward. I loved some of the other side characters… Beckett at the horse training facility was a particular favorite. I’m really hoping he’ll end up with a book in the future. In the end, I love that Maisie found her own way. One that was a little outside the norm, but still relevant to the business, and true to herself.

What I Didn’t Love:
I didn’t love the experience that caused the tension between Maisie and Hayes… even though that is also the experience that brings them together. But it’s a situation of needing a catalyst, and it had to be something big. Fine… I get it… but I’m still sad. And now I’m over it, again.

I also REALLY thought I knew who “the guy” at the state fair was!! (Trying not to be spoilery.) It totally wasn’t him… but I think it would have been a really great clap-back to the first night of the festival tour. Oh, well. Worked out ok, in the end.

Source: funknfiction.com/2020/06/19/blog-tour-review-sassy-blonde-by-stacey-kennedy
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quote 2020-06-17 02:16
“I want a man with clear intentions. A man who makes an effort and is excited to spend time with me. A man who actually wants to want me. If he has to fight himself to be with me, then chances are he'd never fight for me if it came down to it.
What woman would ever choose somebody like that?”
The Chase - Elle Kennedy

~~ The Chase by Elle Kennedy

(Briar U, Book #1)

 

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