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    I liked it better than the first

    I was a fan of this author’s Sookie Stackhouse series, but I haven’t read anything by her since. This series seemed interesting, and I picked up the first book. I liked it well enough to read the second. The author has a way with words that make you see everything going on just like you are there, and this series is no exception. I feel like I’m in an alternative western with magic, and you survive by your wits or magic. In this installment, Gunnie is with a new crew guarding a crate, things happen, and she runs into an old friend. I think Gunnie is an interesting character as is Eli, but sometimes I feel that they don’t really fit together but then something happens and I see it. Sometimes the book feels too much like a western, but the writing is so engaging, it’s hard to put down. I liked this plot and book better than the first one. If you liked the first one, you will definitely like this second. If you haven’t tried the series, you need to; it’s very unique and addicting. Recommend. I was provided a complimentary copy which I voluntarily reviewed.
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    A Longer Fall

    There is something about the way Harris tells a story that sucks you in and makes you not want to come up for air. The Gunnie Rose series is one of those stories. A Longer Fall, makes you not want to put the book down and leaves you wanting more.
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    Just as good as the first book!

    I had a great time with this book! After enjoying the first book in the Gunnie Rose series, An Easy Death, I was pretty eager to jump back into this alternate world and go on another adventure with Lizbeth. The action in this book started right away and I found it to be a rather fast-paced novel. I found it impossible to put this book down and ended up reading it in a single day. Lizbeth is working with another crew at the start of this book. Her crew has been tasked with delivering a crate to Dixie. It should be an easy job. But of course, things go wrong. Lizbeth is trying to hold things together when a familiar face shows up to help. She must work to find the crate and complete the crew's mission. I liked this book just as much as the first one. Gunnie Rose doesn't give up on any mission and she seems to be able to instinctively know who should be trusted. The town she finds herself in has a lot of problems and tensions are high. She must work with her ally to find the crate and deliver it appropriately but she seems to find difficulties at every turn. There were a few surprises in this book. The book takes place almost entirely in Dixie which is a different environment than what we saw in the first book. I had a great time trying to figure out exactly what was going on and how Lizbeth would complete her mission. I love the growth that we have seen in her character throughout the series. I would highly recommend this book to others. This is an original and exciting story with wonderful characters and a bit of magic. I cannot wait to read more of Gunnie Rose's adventures in the future. I received a digital review copy of this book from Gallery / Saga Press via NetGalley.
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