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Living on the Edge by Shannon K. Butcher
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Mar 31, 11

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Read on March 31, 2011 — I own a copy, read count: 1

I believe it’s safe to say Ms. Butcher is an expert in creating bitchy heroines that can overshadow a plot in the blink of an eye. Not that there was a very interesting plot in this one. Coupled with a bitchy heroine (headstrong and proud is good until that fine line toward annoying bitch-land is crossed), a hero that had tall, dark and brooding in the jungle down to a T (despite some pretty deep insight he didn’t have much going on, if you ask me), jumping from place to place and POV to POV, a convoluted “mystery”, and some daddy issues that could’ve been resolved years ago if the heroine wasn’t such a bitch.

This first in the series will also be the last one for me.
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message 1: by Zeek (new)

Zeek Word. Making a heroine strong doesnt mean you have to make her a bitch. Unfortunately many authors cant tell the difference.

The only person who likes a bitch personality is the person displaying it.


Mojca Couldn't agree more.


message 3: by MelissaB (last edited Mar 31, 2011 05:21AM) (new)

MelissaB I tried the first book in her paranormal series and it was bad too. The heroine drove me nuts.


message 4: by Jen (new)

Jen I am always seeing this cover around. Thanks for the review because now I know to avoid it!


message 5: by BJ Rose (new)

BJ Rose So it sounds like this is an author I can pass up.


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