Thursday, September 3, 2020

A Chip on Her Shoulder Blog Tour with Book Review


A Chip on Her Shoulder
R.J. Blain
(Magical Romantic Comedies #11)
Publication date: September 1st 2020
Genres: Adult, Urban Fantasy

After a deal with loan sharks sours, Darlene’s brother is permanently transformed into a chipmunk. Not one to accept impossibility as a good excuse for failure, she’s determined to rescue her brother and secure revenge against those who’d poisoned him with grade-a transformatives.

If she wants to perform a miracle, she’ll need to join forces with a divine, but the man upstairs and his angels refuse to help.

None of the other so-called benevolent divines are willing to help her, either.

Running out of time and options, Darlene prepares to storm the gates of hell for her brother.

She never expected to fall in love with the Devil.

Warning: this novel contains a woman with a chip on her shoulder, humor, and one hell of a hero. Proceed with caution.

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So Darlene is a snow leopard and now she has to take care of her brother who was turned into a chipmunk. She is able to get and Archangel to help her turn her brother back, but at a price. She has to rescue a little girl and go to the devil first. She has no time or patience for any of the crap she is having to deal with. She plans on taking on the Mafia and the dungeons of hell.

So I really liked the idea of all the Archangels and deities working together. It was interesting to see. Darlene deep down is a great character. She wants to do what's best for everyone and save them even at the expense of her soul. My problem is I feel like they were trying to hard to make her seem like this rebel heroine who just kicks butt and takes names. It was just to forcered. Everytime I seemed to start liking her it was just incesiant cursing. Like way more than was necessary to get the point and her character across. I liked the Archangels and Lucifer. Honestly I laughed so much reading this, it was really refreshing. It had serious and sweet moments, but also had moments that were broke with humor. I wonder if this book is supposed to be read in order because I had some questions I didn't feel received answers.

Author Bio:

RJ Blain suffers from a Moleskine journal obsession, a pen fixation, and a terrible tendency to pun without warning.

In her spare time, she daydreams about being a spy. Her contingency plan involves tying her best of enemies to spinning wheels and quoting James Bond villains until satisfied.

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