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    Sister Solidarity

    The Honey Badgers that have come alive through Shelly Laurenston Prose are so many thing rolled up in one. First they are mean, fierce, and just make the reader route for them to come out on top. Main story revolves around the three MacKilligan sisters. Max shines in this tale and has stumbled upon her very own BLACK CAT! His name is ZEZE Vargas and he is a Black Jaguar that is given a heads up by Max that he is a shifter. How could he not know?? Anyway same playful neighborhood in Queens with an array of shifter characters especially the bears. HONEY you have to read this series. "A copy of this book was provided by Kensington Books via Netgalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion." Lots of action at a break neck speed.
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    hilarious

    This had me laughing so hard, my sides hurt! I was recommending this to friends before I even reached the 25% mark, it was that good! Max was one crazy, whack-a-doodle and I loved how protective she was over those she cared about. I’ve never read another heroine like her but she’s the type that I could definitely get used to. With her madcap group of friends she was scary good at taking down the bad guys, or just anyone that ticked her off. And when it came to Ze, she didn’t do the insta anything. She doesn’t like cats, and Ze was very much a cat...of course, he doesn’t know that. Watching Ze as he watched the sisters was hilarious. His reactions to them, although mostly internal, kept me in stitches. Theirs was a life he didn’t even know existed and suddenly he was thrust into the center of a house of family full of chaos. Lots of prime material for hilarity. This story branches off in several directions and while I was a bit confused a time or two, it wasn’t hard to catch up. How the plot all begins to interweave together was a pleasant surprise and made me love this book even more. This is definitely a reread!
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    Here kitty, kitty, hehehe

    How did we not see this coming???? Everything we know of Max, her one true nemesis, her weakness when she is home with her sisters, the one who never gives up on annoying her, pursuing her, and that she just can’t back away from, the feral cat in their neighbourhood. Which means, it was only poetic justice, when at 7% into our rip-roaring, loud out loud, action packed tale, she states “That’s my kitty cat. You can’t shoot my kitty cat.”it all made sense Max doesn’t like cats, never has, and Zé is no exception "And this was why Max hated cats! Tricky, evil, fur-licking cats!" but he wiggles into her conscious and she is inexplicably drawn to him. And what a cat he is, between his antics, "Then, with his gaze still on Dutch, Zé slowly reached over and, with a flick of his wrist, knocked Dutch’s soda out of his hand." And Max’s one-liners “It’s quickly turning into a teddy bear picnic. I thought I’d go out and pick up some liquor.” And the story in general “&#@k!” the last human male exploded. “More badgers!”", I was laughing so hard in places, I had to stop and catch my breath The attraction is there too, but finding time and place is isn’t easy, as Charlie clearly states to Max, “@#%k the cat on your own time. Let’s go! Let’s go! Let’s go!”, there is always something that needs to be done. When they finally get time on their own, they are explosive together, well matched, physically and emotionally, and Max’s cat has her pegged 😊 There were some emotional moments as well. Settling of some matters with their extended family, and Max coming to the realization that she has a heart and feelings. “Family is family.” That’s what Carlie had taught Max. But it was Charlie who’d taught Max that family only mattered “if they are in it with you. To the end. Do or die.”. Max won my heart, Zé won my heart, and Charlie, Berg, Stevie, Shen, and Kyle, yes Kyle is still around, burrowed deeper into it And fear not fellow Honey Badger lovers, I don’t think this will be the end….
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    It's Max's turn to shine

    What is there to say about this crazy series set in the author's Pride world and featuring a trio of batsh*t crazy honey badger sisters who are beyond vicious with outsiders, yet unfailingly defend their family and friends against all comers. This book was Max, the middle sister's, story. In the previous books, Max was arguably the craziest and least predictable of the sisters, and I had real doubts about whether the author could make her a heroine I could root for. She seemed to have no motivation beyond stirring the pot, driving everyone around her crazy, getting into fights with no provocation, and having "fun" as she defined it. Still, there were always hints that although she appeared completely self-interested, Max was, in fact, incredibly loyal to her circle, so I shouldn't have doubted that she could carry her own book. In Badger to the Bone, we finally get to see Max's loyalty and her motivations and I definitely came to root for her. In terms of plot, to be honest, there really wasn't one, just basically an excuse for lots of over-the-top scenes featuring the main characters and a whole host of characters from previous books. I tend to kind of just smile the whole time I'm reading because it's all just so crazy and madcap and so far removed from everyday reality. As always, although there was kind of a romance between Max and Ze, a jaguar shifter who doesn't know that he's a shifter, the romance was not fully fleshed out and I think that's my one criticism of this trilogy, that I really wish there had been more showing of the progression of their romance. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book from Netgalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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    Badger to the Bone

    Shelly Laurenston is one of the best writers of the shifter world. This is Max’s story and is full of excitement and laughs. The Honey Badger Chronicles are a great read and you’ll want to binge read them all.
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