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Trickster Noir

(Pixie for Hire #2)

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Book Two in the Pixie for Hire series, Trickster Noir picks up where Pixie Noir ended. Lom, the little pixie with the tough-guy mentality, has proposed to Bella. All should be well, but their happily-ever-after is in grave danger. Threats from both Underhill and the human realms are closing in on them, and the fairy princess raised Alaskan redneck has to learn on the job, ...more
Kindle Edition, First, 314 pages
Published May 1st 2014 by StonyCroft Publishing (first published April 29th 2014)
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Christine Johnson
I enjoyed the first book. Pixie Noir, so much, I had to go pick up the second as soon as I was able. I started reading late in the evening and got so engrossed in the story that the next thing I knew, it was the end of the book and it was morning. The continuing adventures of Lom and Bella are charming, engaging and fun. The blending of different cultures mythologies is done well and doesn't twist them out of tradition to fit the writer's agenda for the story. They are folded in seamlessly. I lo ...more
Kjirstin
Jul 21, 2014 rated it really liked it
An enjoyable continuation of the adventures of Bella and Lom! In this one, the initial portion is all about nursing Lom back from the brink of death (from the events of the previous story). Things look dicey for a while, and Bella has to take over part of his job in the interim, but eventually everyone is back up and taking new magical repo-man assignments.

A brief interlude for wedding arrangements, and then the second half of the story takes us to the Eastern Court and we get to explore the Asi
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Jack
Jul 22, 2014 rated it it was amazing
If you liked Pixie Noir, You'll like trickster Noir. I don't do spoilers but the love affair of Bella and Lom continue with danger around every corner.
BJ
Dec 11, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: good
Great fantasy, the H is recovering and is stripped of his magic, but the h has more than enough to protect them. I liked this but didn't love it as I am the evil was a common trope, but the adventure was anything but common. So 4 stars for a fun, clean romp. Shame about that, more action and less innuendo would have been better. The H seemed a little too smooth, verging on James Bond leering, except it was with his wife. Would have loved some scenes with more to them than cheesy lines. Gosh I'm ...more
Brian
Apr 17, 2018 rated it really liked it
A fun read. Caught my imagination and kept it alive the whole book........B
Steve Poling
May 01, 2014 rated it it was amazing
(I got ahold of a pre-release copy of Trickster Noir that I used to create this review.)

There was a TV show called Mannix that I used to watch long ago. The hero was a private eye. It seemed like every week he'd get in a scrape, there'd be a lot of tough-guy action, and as often as not someone would put lead in him.Cedar SandersonTrickster Noir

But he would tough it out and solve the crime or whatever. Then he would retire to his sickbed to recover in time for next week's adventure.

If you haven't
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Heidi J.
Sep 02, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: fantasy
Good fun, I raced through it. I'm looking forward to the next one in the series. It's not so much the plot and the pacing and the world (I'm lukewarm about books involving the fey in general) but the fact that I'm attached to the characters now and I want to see what happens with them.
Darren
May 16, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: fantasy, re-reading
Enjoyable quick read.
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