Friday, June 19, 2020

Friday Memes: Badger to the Bone by Shelly Laurenston

Happy Friday everybody!
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Max MacKilligan didn't see it coming. For once. But how could she when she'd been so focused on the white kidnap van and her ice cream cone? It wasn't until her psychotic cousin grabbed her from behind and yanked her deep into the alley that she realized the bitch had been standing behind her.
Friday 56:
"You're back."

"I am. You told my sister."

"I did. I called Stevie but she put me on the phone with Charlie and I don't like lying to her. Of teh three of you, she does seem the most rational."

"Most of the time."
This week I am spotlighting Badger to the Bone by Shelly Laurenston which is a humorous urban fantasy I recently added to my TBR pile. Here is the description from Amazon:
She’s the woman he’s been hired to kidnap. But ZeZé Vargas has other ideas . . . like getting them both out of this nightmare alive. Just one problem. She’s crazy. Certifiably. Because while he’s plotting their escape, the petite Asian beauty is plotting something much more deadly . . .

Max “Kill It Again” MacKilligan has no idea what one of her own is doing with all these criminal humans until she realizes that Zé has no idea who or what he is. Or exactly how much power he truly has.

But Max is more than happy to bring this handsome jaguar shifter into her world and show him everything he’s been missing out on. A move that might be the dumbest thing she’s ever done once she realizes how far her enemies will go to wipe her out. Too bad for them Zé is willing to do whatever it takes to keep her alive . . . and honey badgers are just so damn hard to kill!


  1. Hi there Kathy! I'm so amazed by you! You have such a diverse reading style. I thought I had, but you take the cake!

    Hope you enjoy your weekend with your lovely book. Here's the link to my latest post: WeekendBookFriends

  2. I do like the sound of this one. The dialogue gives us a good sense of what is happening.

    Here's mine: “SWAN SONG”


  4. Sounds very good! Happy weekend!


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