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PDF ´ BOOK Great Hexpectations Dulcie ONeil #3 FREE ✓ H.P. MALLORY É From New York Times And USA Today Bestselling Urban Fantasy Author HP Mallory Comes The Dulcie O’Neil Series “HP Mallory has a uick wit a fresh voice and a clever way with words If you like Charlaine Harris you’ll love HP MalHe Witch is Back Book 5 Something Witchy This Way Comes Novella Be Witched Just99Stay Tuned for the Jolie Wilkins Spinoff Series featuring a certain lovable vampireDULCIE O’NEIL Urban Fantasy ParanormalBook 1 To Kill A Warlock FREE on Book 2 A Tale of Two Goblins Book 3 Great Hexpectations Book 4 Wuthering Frights Book 5 Malice In Wonderland Book 6 For Whom The Spell Tolls LILY HARPER Urban FantasyBook 1 Better Off Dead Find Urban Fantasy Series Author HP Mallory OnlineVisit HP’s website at wwwhpmallorycomFollow HP on twitter at wwwtwittercomhpmalloryJoin HP on Facebook at wwwfacebookcomhpmalloryIf you enjoy reading HP’s adult urban fantasy books consider adding yourself to her email list to keep on top of new releases contests and other fun stuff Signing up is easy just visit wwwhpmallorycomcontac Dulcie O'Neil has one goal get her amazingly hot awesome and nice boyfriend Knight out of trouble for something she did Knight has been taken to the Netherworld the place where all of the creatures in the world originate from for trial because he confessed to letting a criminal escape something Dulcie had actually done So Dulcie goes to the Netherworld with the dashingly handsome vampire Bram as her escort to get him back and probably end up taking the punishment herself That's the right thing to do isn't it? Dulcie hopes so But when she finally arrives in this strange and dangerous place will she be able to rescue Knight and get them both back to the safety of Earth? Or will she find out about a sinister plot in higher places? To be honest this wasn't my favorite book in the series I suppose it gets harder to find entertaining plots once you get into the second preuel of an already fabulous series but this book mostly seemed like it was a bridge to the next book and the next plot All in all it was pretty good though This series is great so far Can't wait to read the next

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He's at fault for failing to arrest a wanted criminal but when her partner gets pinned for the crime she'll stop at nothing to ensure his innocenceWhat Dulcie isn't planning on is a trip to the infamous Netherworld where chaos rules Between battling the affections of a mysterious vampire protecting herself from monsters and ensuring the innocence of the one man who would die for her Dulcie's trip to the Netherworld isn't sunshine and strawberry daiuirisWant a sneak peek? Be sure to check out the “Look Inside This Book” feature at the top left of the page where you can preview the first three chaptersParanormal Romance And Urban Fantasy Series Available By HP MalloryJOLIE WILKINS Urban Fantasy RomanceBook 1 Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble FREE on Book 2 Toil and Trouble Book 3 Witchful Thinking Book 4 T I've said it before and I will say it again books are like food in a lot of ways The creator can possess all the reuisite technical skills that would in theory make for a great creation but there is always room for failure because the creator is still human and can make mistakes Or the execution might also be flawless and the consumer hates it because we each have our own personal tastes This is true with food music art and yes books I sometimes gander at reviews by others when deciding what to read next While I tend to take suggestions from friends or folks I know share my tastes seriously I sometimes just need some third party sources I knew I was going to read Great Hexpectations but when and if I read something else first was totally influenced by reading a few reviews of the books on the top of my to be read stacks since I have a number of them I realized when looking through the goodreads reviews that there is such a huge disparity out there when it came to this book and its uality It has happened plenty of times I totally fall for a book or series and others think it is less appetizing than Hilly finds Minnie's chocolate pie if you've seen the movie you know which pie I am talking about And it happens with books in all sorts of genres and those written by a range of authors both established and new critically acclaimed and not Although critically acclaimed is also relative since critics too are people whose views are subjective and influenced by all sorts of things so I don't put too much stock in critically acclaimed as a result This book of this series struck me as a particularly good example of this duality tons of 5 stars and tons of 1 stars It was such a love it or hate it response For me it was a solid 4 stars remember goodreads 4 means really liked it Sure it has some issues But I am not reading F Scott Fitzgerald It was entertaining fun cute a little steamy and filled with lots of the things I like when reading Not to mention it did the job It was an escape from the day to day of reality As a lawyer by day mother by day and night martial artistinstructor by hobby there is so much seriousness in my life already I often find my colleagues look down at my reading choices because they aren't haughty enough You know I am not reading the so and so non fiction NY Times #1 book about the most depressing human rights whatever zzzzzzzzzzzz I read enough big words in my day job I handle enough serious issues every day at work that when I read I want to escape reality and laugh and smile and not have to think too hard or much about what I have just read Great Hexpectations like the first two Dulcie books suarely fit that purpose And I am enormously grateful for that This installment was serious relatively speaking since there wasn't really much of a mystery to solve but we find Dulcie off to rescue Knight after he has disappeared But it was still a cute little escape I mean how serious can it really be when we are talking about a drunk goblin a fairy who doesn't know how to use her wings and a vampire that tries to get sex through a contract? It was nice to see Dulcie and Knight consummate their relationship and admit to loving each other And it had a funny little twist at the end with a hell of a cliffhanger I am just glad that the next installments books 5 and 6 anyway are already published so I can pick them right up and I don't need to wait for what happens next Yes the twistcliffhanger didn't reuire a CIA analyst to figure it out or predict it But it didn't feel like a sure thing either Marvin's failure to blow up Earth with his Illudium 36 Explosive Space Modulator was a guaranteed Everyone knows that Bugs will spoil his plans we know that from the moment we first see Marvin But the only thing I felt was as inevitable as Bug's saving of Earth was that Knight would someone end up freed So it was enough suspense for me to keep things interesting My biggest issue with this one is the name I followed and go the references in the first two installments Here Great Hexpectations not so much Anyone who knows the genesis of the title besides what appears to be the author's attempt to use Literature titles and twist them for this series or the explanationrelation to the story please feel free to let me know And that's a tiny issue Regardless me and my tastes are looking forward to Wuthering Frights Not a review but a note There was a little sex in this story Wouldn't you know it right after I go and declare that it fits with a cozy since innuendo and threats is as much action as we actually see the author goes and gives us two pretty good hook up scenes First is steamier than the second but they are definitely there And the mirror is definitely foggy after them I may re classify I may not We'll see after I finish the next one

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Great Hexpectations Dulcie ONeil #3From New York Times And USA Today Bestselling Urban Fantasy Author HP Mallory Comes The Dulcie O’Neil Series “HP Mallory has a uick wit a fresh voice and a clever way with words If you like Charlaine Harris you’ll love HP Mallory” Larissa Ione New York Times Bestselling Vampire Romance AuthorIf you like your books steamy this is an adult urban fantasy series not for kids or teens and you appreciate a butt kicking take no prisoners heroine read onGREAT HEXPECTATIONS is the third book in the Dulcie O’Neil series Urban Fantasy Paranormal RomanceA misunderstanding turned deadlyA fairy in law enforcement who won't stop until the truth is uncoveredA vampire who seems to be her ally but appearances can be deceivingAnd a partner who would put his own life on the line to defend hersDulcie O'Neil knows s I had high hopes for Dulcie Really I did ButThis book was the very last straw I've put up with her bitter emotionally stunted attitude for two books and then suddenly she's hit by a bolt of lightning that causes her to give in and accept a man that's been doing nothing but trying to gain her trust? Not that she noticed Come on DulcieMore to the pointCome on HPDuclie wasn't ever really a believeable or even really likable character but I stuck with her because she was a strong woman But this is where we part ways hon And I'll tell you why1 Dulcie has issues which make her flawed but not necessarily interesting because she has very few redeeming ualities2 Side characters seem interesting but because of a first person perspective they're little than set dressing for the narrator's internal waffling and absolutely NEEDLESS angst3 Underneath it all Dulcie O'Neil has about the emotional depth of a teaspoon and loves to play the victim so that men can swoop in and rescue her only to snap at them for the attemptThat is not to mention some of the ham fisted elements of the book namely Dulcie's role once they get to the Netherworld as well as the most predictable twist I saw coming midway through book 2 right at the end of this one The I read the less I like because the she becomes like another of HP's heroines Indecisive self contradicting and infuriatingly angsty about the wrong things