[Epub] Devils Bargain (Red Letter Days, #1) By Rachel Caine – Burberry-outlets-online.co.uk

Devils Bargain (Red Letter Days, #1) Jasmine Jazz Callender Is On The Downhill Slide To Ruin Once A Decorated Homicide Detective, She S Lost It All Her Former Partner S Been Convicted Of Murder, She S Been Cashiered Out, And She S Drinking Away What Little Self Respect She S Got Left But Jazz Has A Talent For Trouble, And Somebody Knows It When A Mysterious, Sexy Stranger Comes Looking For Her With A Fateful Red Envelope In His Hand, She S About To Make The Deal Of Her Lifefor Good Or Bad.The Deal Requires Her To Enter Into A Partnership With A Stranger And Investigate Cases That Arrive In Special Red Envelopeswhich Is Odd Enough, But Gets Weirder As She And Her New Partner Lucia Realize That They May Be Working For Someone With Supernatural Abilities.And Maybe They Re Not On The Side Of The Angels Any. This was my first book by Rachel Caine and it was all right for me I had a hard time staying focused and getting through it as it moved very slow and was a bit confusing at times.I liked the premise of the book Little bit mystery, little bit romance, and little bit fantasy Each action they made meant something,meant life or death for innocent people I would not classify this as paranormal, there was very little of that aspect to it There was a slight other worldly feel to it, but other than This was my first book by Rachel Caine and it was all right for me I had a hard time staying focused and getting through it as it moved very slow and was a bit confusing at times.I liked the premise of the book Little bit mystery, little bit romance, and little bit fantas 3.5 StarsDevil s Bargain started out as a calm mystery and turned into an enthralling read There is romance, a touch of paranormal, plot twists, and heart pounding action Jazz used to be a decorated homicide detective until her partner was found guilty of murder No longer on the force and unable to exonerate her partner, she has reached a low point While schlepping at a dive bar trying to drown out some of the depression, she is approached by James Borden He s handsome and completely out of 3.5 StarsDevil s Bargain started out as a calm mystery and turned into an enthralling read There is romance, a touch of paranormal, plot twists, and heart pounding action Jazz used to be a decorated homicide detective until her partner was found guilty of murder No longer on the force and unable to exonerate her partner, she has reached a low point While schlepping at a dive bar trying to drown out some of the depression, she Read March 2018Rating 4 5 starsI didn t know what to expect when I picked up Devil s Bargain as I hadn t read any reviews for it I kept waiting for the urban fantasy side of the story to kick in and it never really did It reminded me a bit of Rachel Vincent s Unbound trilogy which also steers away from common UF tropes Devil s Bargain was evensubtle than that, and focuses on Jazz Callender, a former police detective, who receives a mysterious red envelope offering her a large sum of m Read March 2018Rating 4 5 starsI didn t know what to expect when I picked up Devil s Bargain as I hadn t read any reviews for it I kept waiting for the urban fantasy side of the story to kick in and it never really did It reminded me a bit of Rachel Vincent s Unbound trilogy which also steers away from common UF trop I was very excited when I saw this on Netgalley, being the massive Rachel Caine fan that I am It s also quite different from her Morganville Vampire series At the same time I was somewhat worried because of the similarities this particular cover bears to those of the Morganville books I don t really know if that was a particularly rational concern, but there you go However, Devil s Bargain proved to be an enjoyable read, Caine once again showing herself to be a superb writer And this is the I was very excited when I saw this on Netgalley, being the massive Rachel Caine fan that I am It s also quite different from her Morganville Vampire series At the same time I was somewhat worried because of the similarities this particular cover bears to those of the Morganville books I don t really know if that was a

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