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Old 08-05-2012, 08:43 PM   #66
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Originally Posted by BearMountainBooks View Post

I got that the "novella" was in the same world. (I don't know why they call it a novella. Most novellas are under 20k words and this is way longer than that.) But I didn't know it was the start of a series. Thanks for the link. I'll check it out. I'm not a huge series reader, but I do like the funny series now and then.

Have any of y'all read the Lexi Carmichael series? It's by...uh. No One to Trust is the second...dang it. Julie Moffett! I don't think the "romance" gets going until the second book (there's a novella, a first and a second novel.) But if you like Molly Harper's quirky, you might like Moffet's style. I thought they were a lot of fun. I'm hoping she writes a third, or fourth depending on your viewpoint of novellas.
I have the Julie Moffett books but have not read them yet. I forget who here recommended them. I too think of novella's under 20,000 words. I agree the cover is not one of her best.

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