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  • Winters web

    As always, this writer delights you with her story. A lovely short story with characters I already can’t get enough of Thank you for writing!

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  • Fun Story

    Winter’s Web is a quick short story about Jenifer Estep’s Elemental Assassin, Gin. I have only read the first few books of the series but it was easy to pick up what was going on. Gin is still full of self-confidence and attitude and the boyfriend she picked up after cop, Donovan Caine, left town is still with her. They are going to a Renaissance Festival called Winter’s Web to try and forget their problems for a while. But, something about the way people keep staring at Gin has her somewhat paranoid sense of danger screaming that there is trouble at the Festival. When three giants try to follow her about, her feelings are confirmed, so she ambushes them and things quickly go to hell. It’s a diverting short story—perfect for both old fans and for anyone thinking about giving the series a try.

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  • Short, Dark, and Lots of Owen. :)

    This was definitely one of the darker and sexier novellas in Gin Blanco's world, but it was also an Owen-centric story, which you'll never find me complaining about! The story starts of fun, but quickly turns bleak and dangerous, and brings out the true ruthlessness of its characters. And that includes the main characters (looking at you, Owen. I still love you, but... yikes). Still, it's always great to see Gin Blanco and her friends beating up bad guys, and you better believe that nobody messes with Gin and Owen and get away unscathed. I can't wait to see more of them in the future!

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  • Winters web⁰

    Amazing fun series, good read and colorful action and funny verbal bantering

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