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Fashionably Dead (Hot Damned Series, Book 1) by [Peterman, Robyn]
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About the Author

Robyn Peterman writes because the people inside her head won’t leave her alone until she gives them life on paper. Her addictions include laughing really hard with friends, shoes (the expensive kind), Target, Coke Zero Cherry with extra ice in a styrofoam cup, bejeweled reading glasses, her kids, her super-hot hubby and collecting stray animals. A former professional actress, with Broadway, film and T.V. credits, she now lives in the south with her family and too many animals to count. Writing gives her peace and makes her whole, plus having a job where you can work in your underpants works really well for her. You can leave Robyn a message via the Contact Page and she’ll get back to you as soon as her bizarre life permits! She loves to hear from her fans!

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 984 KB
  • Print Length: 322 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00EYMXM2I
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 214 customer reviews
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I was drawn to this book by the cover, to me at least it just said 'come see what I have in store', gotta admit I was seriously glad I took notice. After reading the blurb I bumped it straight to the top of my tbr and that pretty much was that. I loved this book, the snarky one-liners and banter really made me laugh. There was not one character that fell short of what seemed to be their purpose throughout the book, I loved the good guys and hated the bad guys. There were a lot of characters throughout the book but at no point did I find it hard to keep track of who was who, they were all introduced in such a way that they quickly became an integral part of the story, it certainly didn't feel like there were any throw away characters, they all had their part to play in the overall story and they did it well. This was a story with a lot going on, but again I never felt lost or had to backtrack just to figure it out, as much as it was a busy book it was done in a very straight forward way it was easy to follow and the writing never felt rushed. For as much as there is going on in the book it really doesn't detract from the quality of the story and the writing, both of which I though were pretty excellent. I don't think I could say anything negative about this book, I enjoyed it far too much for that, the only thing I would say is if you're looking for a book thats gonna tear your heart out and stomp on it whilst you ugly cry and rock in the corner this maybe isn't the book for you. If you're looking for a fun laugh out loud funny read that showcases a lot more than the 'typical' Vampyre then this should be right up your alley.Read more ›
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By L. Sears TOP 500 REVIEWER on 6 April 2014
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I just finished reading this book this morning and I'm at loss about what I've spent the last few days reading. But as I try to give every book I read an objective review, I've broken my thoughts down into the good, the bad and the downright cheesed off!

So, what's good about this book? The author's imagination knows no bounds! For a paranormal romance it's packed with vampyres, demons, spirits, sprites, fairies, and angels. It's well plotted with lots of complicated and well-thought-out connections between the many different characters, and it's clear that the author has spent a lot of time on this. The book is a fun read for the most part. And as much as it creates gripping tension that, it moves quickly enough so you're not kept hanging**

What's bad about this book? Several of the main characters are described as exact replicas of iconic media figures: Oprah, Schwarzenegger, Steve from Jerry Springer. Whether this is a lazy way of avoiding description, I can't tell. But it serves no other purpose that I can see. I also think the book is guilty of overindulging in action. So much goes on in this story that you're careening from one event to the next at a heady pace, but at the same time, nothing is actually really pushing the story forward. Repetition; every time the Astrid, the main character (MC) describes an orgasm she refers to it as 'made me see Jesus'. And every time someone surprises her, there's no gasping or fright, she just yells 's***'. And the references to Prada ... Really? Was the author on commission. The MC and her friends repeatedly refer to themselves as Prada whores, and the author goes to great pains to describe each outfit her MC wears. In fact she spends more time on outfit description than character description.
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Well, for a freebie this was probably one of the best one's I have downloaded.

I was very doubtful when reading the plot BUT have to say when I got into it there was no way I was putting it down until I found out what was happening!

Hysterically funny and very well written. So much so, as soon as finished this book, downloaded the second one (and paid for it!!!).
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Series based in Hell. But not a Hell as you and I might have thought it – at least mostly not, and then devils or demons are not quite what you thought either.

This series really had me hooked right from the beginning, although it did get better as it went on a most series do.

One of the best things about the series is that everything is not quite as you thought and usually turned on its head, so much so that you end up liking the Devil and find his brother – ie God in this scenario – rather straight laced and even boring. And as for their mother! Yes, they have a mother and she visits them occasionally and when she does chaos rules. And if there is a mother, then there must be a father, and so there is, and yes, he is still alive and is half Sprite. Sprites are loveable creatures and you just want to hug the they are so cute.. and so he gets hugged a lot by his grand-daughters.

Yes, the Devil has children – all girls as it happens.

The first seven girls are the Seven Deadly Sins – well that makes some sense - and they do what their names say they do. And they are mostly very jealous of each other and thus some rather nasty ‘accidents’ happen but with no bad outcome except for some punishment by Daddy.

The 8th girl is different and is this 8th girl that the books are centered around.

Astrid.

Astrid didn’t know when the story begins just who was her father – or her real mother for that matter. But she did know that she liked fashionable clothes. And this is where the titles come from, because everyone in Hell likes fashionable clothes – preferably Prada or similar and likes to look very well turned out at all times – including the Devil. Hence the phrase:

‘Knife in thigh? Fine. Lying Prince? Whatever. Torn Prada?
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