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Saturday, 7 May 2011
Review: Big Bad Beast by Shelly Laurenston
This was another great book in the series! I loved it, once again it was funny and sexy with Shelly Laurenston's usual brand of twisted humour, which I adore! Although Ric and Dee Ann are SL's most unlikely couple yet I thought they made a great pairing, and an unsual one. Usually it is the male who is the dominant one but in this books there was a bit of a role reversal, it was Dee Ann who was the more aggressive one, whilst Ric was more "wily" as he was often described. This worked really well, I think if it was any other way it wouldn't have worked as it suited their personalities that she has been building since they first appeared in the books.
What I also liked about this book was that it had the hybrid plot line going on as well. I really wanted to know who was behind it. Although it wasn't a huge part of the book, it was always there in the background and it was good to have some closure on it. And I look forward to seeing what will happen with the hybrid children they saved, especially Hannah and Abbey.
So another great installment in the series! I loved it and I can't wait for the next one. I am also kind of hoping she does a prequel about Dee Ann's parents Eggie and Darla, I think that would be an interesting story.
This was really hard, there were so many to chose from but this is my fave quote:
"I am damn good at interiews."
"No. You're good at interrogations. Interviews are not your strong suit."
"Since you made that six-year-old cry."
Dee stamped her foot "She was hiding something!"
"And she was six!"