E–book (A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3))


  • Hardcover
  • 290
  • A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3)
  • Sophie Littlefield
  • English
  • 07 April 2019
  • 9780312648374

Sophie Littlefield Á 8 Read

A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3) Read ð 108 Rmat: Hardcover and others 290 pages and has a text language like Engli. This was a fun uick read Nothing spectacular just what you want on a hot day uick and fun I ve never read anything in this series before and will probably read when I m taking a break between heavier stuff

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A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3) Read ð 108 Popular Books, A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3) by Sophie Littlefiel. 45 stars When I think of Stella Hardesty one word comes to mind BADASS Now lest you think I am taking advantage of marketing my blog in the text of this review let me prove to you why Stella is so gosh darned BADASS1 At the age of 50 she redefined her body from chubby to svelte powerful and able to endure a lot of physical activity2 At the age of 49 she killed in defense and out of anger her long standing physically abusive husband Note I am not endorsing murder this is simply a factor in her badassedness3 Stella knows how to use a gun a knife and various implements of torture and not for 50 Shades of fun but for the defense and protection of herself and other women4 Stella protects women and children who are fleeing abusive situations5 Stella still has that something special enough to turn the eye of the hot local sheriff in her direction6 Stella goes toe to toe and nose to nose with mobsters drug dealers and local snobby women 7 Stella can cook sew and take care of kids in addition to wielding a gun and taking down villains A Bad Day for Scandal is the best in the series so far which is saying a lot because this series is really really good I listened to the audio as I did for the first two the narrator is different for this one and she is fabulous What makes this one so good The character and relationship development and the pushing of the overall story arc Sophie Littlefield is skilled at including full conversations rather than small snippets here and there The full conversations might not be necessary for the overall plot line but they are important to get a fuller picture of the characters and a richer context We see Stella in the caretaker role in terms of her relationship with the neighbor boy and her relationship with her daughter We see Stella in a blossoming and often times difficult romantic relationship And we see Stella as a business partner with Chrissy This series just offers so much to readers that I have not seen in other booksseries There is action a decent mystery really funny humor a smidgen of romance and sexuality interpersonal relationship drama and storycharacter progression I think in the genre of crime fiction it is hard to find a story that has well rounded female characters and is decently funny The setting of rural Missouri adds a lot to the storyline There are so many books in crime fiction that take place in urban settings but the rural atmosphere has so much flavor and potential Let me leave you with a Stellaisms from A Bad Day for SorryHe settled his big hands on her hips He let them slide slowly down to cup her ass which she had jammed into a Spanx hide and seek high rise panty Before slipping on the slinky purple faux wrap dress that her daughter had given her after surviving being held at gunpoint together gift the prior fall Stella was fairly sure she would enjoy the sensation of Goat s strong fingers kneading her flesh if it hadn t gotten numb in its fierce polyester lycra prison hours ago How is a gun better than a man If you admire a friend s pistol she ll probably let you try it outOh your mom is going to kill me What was I think getting you practically murdered and on a school night tooWe are not spending company time trying to figure out how to do a dirty porno actTo read about this book and other reviews check out wwwbadassbookreviewscom

review A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3)

A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3) Read ð 108 D There are many interesting things in this book isbn 9780312648374: fo. This fun fluffy little book is aimed at my demographic 50 something women I read the first two in the series A Bad Day for Pretty and A Bad Day for Sorry Both were amusing so when I ran across this one at a discount I was ready to add it to my shelvesIt s largely a beach read I say largely because although it is easy to follow even when the reader is a little sleepy or for those of you who imbibe probably when the reader has had a couple of drinks it also raises uestions though that doesn t appear to be the writer s intentionThis was written before Trayvon died and before Stand Your Ground laws became an item of controversy I found myself wondering why though I despise vigilantism I have such fun reading about it Because Stella our protagonist is a vigilante Anyone in her part of rural Missouri who is being domestically abused calls Stella over and she has a full bag of nightmarish tricks to make sure the abuser knows never ever to do that againI think the attraction is the visceral fantasy Most of us would not really want the situation handled that way but we like to think about it It feeds a certain wish for vengeance best handled between book coversThere was a period early in the book where I felt the pace lagged There was another so implausible that I found myself unable to buy the premise even in the interest of a good chuckle When concealed in bushes in the dark directly below the window of someone they are spying on and while able to hear the entire conversation in the room they peer into Stella and another character have a nonessential several pages long conversation and no one in the room even slightly suspects that they are out there ReallyA couple of my favorite moments were the restaurant s piggy Easter decorations and the moment when Stella finds someone she has been looking for is being held captive by bunglers She walks in and says with dismay Oh for fuck s sake You call this any kind of restraintI m not giving away any of the fun bits If this sounds like the type of book you might enjoy then you should find a copy and read it


10 thoughts on “E–book (A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3))

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    E–book (A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3)) 45 stars When I think of Stella Hardesty one word comes to mind BADASS Now lest you think I am taking advantage of marketing my blog in the text of this review – let me prove to you why Stella is so gosh darned BADASS1 At the age

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    E–book (A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3)) I loved the first two books in this series but this one just sort of fell flat for me I don't know if I just wasn't in the mood or if the book wasn't as interesting The pace picks up a bit at the end

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    E–book (A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3)) There Stella is about to get her groove on with Sheriff Goat Jones when she gets a call from a person in her past needing h

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    review A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3) E–book (A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3)) Sophie Littlefield Á 8 Read This fun fluffy little book is aimed at my demographic 50 something women I read the first two in the series A Bad Day for Pretty and A Bad Day for Sorry Both were amusing so when I ran across this one at a discount I was ready to add it to my shelvesIt's largely a beach read I say largely because although it is easy to follow even

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    Sophie Littlefield Á 8 Read E–book (A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3)) Small town vigilante Stella Hardesty returns for a third installment in Sophie Littlefield's uniue series of a women fighting back against domestic abuse and other manner of wrong doings Brandishing a 'take no pri

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    Download Ø eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Á Sophie Littlefield E–book (A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3)) Sophie Littlefield Á 8 Read First time reading a book in this series instead of listening to the audiobook and it definitely took a little something away I’ve always wondered if that would be the case There are certain booksseries I started out on with the audiobooks and I just couldn’t bring myself to do it any other way because it would just be all wrong The voices become very set as these characters and I just couldn’t see it any other way So ther

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    review A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3) Download Ø eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Á Sophie Littlefield Sophie Littlefield Á 8 Read I was really disappointed with this book I've read the first two in the series and loved them about a woman who teaches lessons to abusive men But this one seemed to be trying too hard to be funny and witty and clever and I didn't enjoy it at all and probably won't read any in this series

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    E–book (A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3)) Sophie Littlefield Á 8 Read This was a fun uick read Nothing spectacular just what you want on a hot day uick and fun I've never read anything in this series before and will probably read when I'm taking a break between heavier stuff

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    review A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3) E–book (A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3)) Sophie Littlefield Á 8 Read I don't know if I wasn't in the mood for this book or if it was the writing but it looks my interest and I eventually stopped reading

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    review A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3) E–book (A Bad Day for Scandal (Bad Day, #3)) Third one Stella does not disappoint

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