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The Lady in Pink

(Deadly Ever After #2)

4.07  ·  Rating details ·  28 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Coming home to find a dead body in your living room isn’t the best way to end a long day’s work, especially when that work is as New Never City’s premier blue-haired PI. It’s even worse when the corpse is your intern, electrocuted to death, and you’re the one with enough voltage flowing through your veins to power Fairyland.

Blue Reynolds has nabbed his fair share of crimin
Paperback, 222 pages
Published August 18th 2015 by Lyrical Press
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Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin

I was not expecting this book to turn out the way it did. I'm not sure what I was expecting, but this book was pretty great! I need to go back and read the first one now to see how it all started.

Isabella Davis (Izzy) and Blue Reynolds own a PI business together. In the first book Izzy was the Tooth Fairy, but Blue does something and she is not longer the Tooth Fairy so all of the fairies hate him.

In this book he was looking into these crimes of fairies being
Aug 19, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Wanted Dead Not Alive

This series must be read in order. The first book is The Fairyland Murders. This is the second book. I can't wait to read the next book!

Blue comes home to find his intern James dead in his apartment. Needless to say, SOMEONE is trying to kill him AGAIN . Too bad the list of people who would like to see him dead it probably longer than even he knows! What did he do this time? How will he find out who is trying to kill him now? Is this because of his mysterious unknown past? O
Jul 14, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

The Lady in Pink is a modern day twist the fairy tales we loved as kids. Kazimer has re-created an adult themed fairy tale full of laughter, suspense, and passion. Having not read the first book in this series, I didn’t feel as if I had missed too much of the backstory to understand the characters and the plot. The Lady in Pink is a cross between fairy tale and urban fantasy and the combination works. Blue’s thoughts and opinions about the crispy critter he finds in his apartment nearly made me
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Let me just say I loved The Lady in Pink. It's absolutely fantastic. However, there are a few things you need to know before you start this particular story: 1) Still not your happy cheery fairytale that we have all grown to love. Basically what Disney has painted as fairytales. That is a whole other subject that we are just not going to get into. Nitty and gritty like the first book. 2) If you embark on this story, you should probably read the first story, because you
Jun 28, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I was given a free copy of this book by Netgallery in return for an honest review.

Ok, so this book was a bit different to say the least. I wasn't sure what to expect, but I liked it. Underneath the Fairytale characters, what you have is a good detective story. The fairytale element gave it a quirkiness and added a touch of magic and fun to the story. You could tell this book was part of a series, but it didn't seem to make any difference to the story as it stood alone. Blue is a grumpy, smart m
Fangs for the Fantasy
Blue and Izzy’s new detective agency is going from strength to strength and has become a household name (even if your house is a shoe). They have offices now and a staff and are a growing success

But when one of their interns is murdered it looks like Blue could be the target – and even so, losing an employee just has to be investigated. But as they delve deeper the opposition becomes stronger as they uncover more connections with Blue’s mysterious past. And his curse.

The plot of this book is int
Aug 15, 2015 rated it liked it
The Lady in Pink by J. Z. Kazimer is the second book in the Ever After series. Blue Reynolds is not having a good day. He came home to find a very crispy intern in his flat. James Wild had only been working as an intern for Reynolds and Davis Securities for a few months. Blue knows the first person the detectives will blame is him. He cannot help his little electrical problem (he was born with electricity running through his body). He has taken to wearing leather gloves to prevent shocking emplo ...more
Penny Noble
Jun 08, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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It’s been a year since Izzy Davies, the previous Tooth Fairy, and Blue Reynolds, Little Boy Blue with an electricity problem, became partners in a new PI firm. Their relationship remains platonic due to Blue’s problem of frying people with his hands, and his reluctance to hurt Izzy by accidentally shocking her. However, someone is out to get Blue: his intern was killed at Blue’s apartment and then his office is torched. Who is out to get him? How can he keep their good-looking new VP away from I ...more
I love fairy tales and normally enjoy modern reinterpretations. I also love novels that blend urban fantasy and mystery. Thus I had high expectations for The Lady in Pink. I was disappointed. The Lady in Pink is mediocre. It is readable, but not memorable.

One thing that bothered me was that at the beginning of the novel Blue is hired by Izzy's uncle to find out why fairies are disappearing. Even though a large number of fairies have gone missing and might be dead, Blue spends little time on the
Angel Hatfield
May 03, 2016 rated it really liked it
Blue/James was a licensed P I and his intern had been electrocuted to death in Blue’s apartment. Isabella- Iggy was Blue’s business partner and was fairy. They had started reynolds And Davis Securities together a little over a year ago. Blue was suppose to be the victim . Blue was trying to find his birth parents who had left him on a doorstep when he was an infant but someone doesn’t want Blue to find out hence the contract out on him. Also he was looking into fairies that were being kidnapped ...more
Laura Greenwood
DNF at 20%. The story just wasn't keeping my attention, though that could have been something to do with my mood at the time. It just wasn't for me. The writing was good though and flowed well. Also love the cover, it was what attracted me to the book first.
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J.A. (Julie) Kazimer lives in Denver, CO. When she isn't looking for a place to hide the bodies, she spends her time with a pup named Killer. Other hobbies include murdering houseplants and avoiding housework.

She spent a few years as a bartender and then wasted another few years stalking people while working as a private investigator before transitioning to the moniker of WRITER and penning over

Other books in the series

Deadly Ever After (2 books)
  • The Fairyland Murders (Deadly Ever After, #1)