Six

Paige Carmichael has one simple rule don t rock the boat She lives a quiet life in the suburbs with an adequate boyfriend and a job that pays the rent, all the while trying to hide the fact that she s the daughter of a world renowned paranormal investigator Her happy bubble bursts when the father she s tried so hard to forget appears at her door with an ominous message Paige Carmichael has one simple rule don t rock the boat She lives a quiet life in the suburbs with an adequate boyfriend and a job that pays the rent, all the while trying to hide the fact that she s the daughter of a world renowned paranormal investigator Her happy bubble bursts when the father she s tried so hard to forget appears at her door with an ominous message vampires are real.Paige s safe little life doesn t have secretive strangers that hide from the sun, arcane laws, or mysterious covens that stretch back for eons, but change as sure as the cycle of the moon is headed her way Unfortunately for Paige, it s a dog eat dog world, and if she doesn t learn to adapt and discover her own inner strength, she might just find herself at the bottom of the food chain quite literally.
Six Paige Carmichael has one simple rule don t rock the boat She lives a quiet life in the suburbs with an adequate boyfriend and a job that pays the rent all the while trying to hide the fact that she s

  • Title: Six
  • Author: R.E.Carr
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. Six is the mirror image of R.E. Carr's debut novel Four. Not a sequel so much as an expansion of the world she created. Six is a new story with interesting new characters, but it also offers a different perspective of some of the characters first introduced in Four. This is an interesting take on series writing, potentially risky for any readers looking for a straight continuation, but refreshing in showing us that perception can vary greatly depending on the eye of the beholder.Six is the story [...]

    2. Six (Rules Undying #2)by R.E. CarrIntroductionSix was gifted to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest and fair review. It is a sequel to Four (Rules Undying #1, which I haven’t read. I accepted this sequel for review because the premise sounded original and interesting.Genre /Intended audienceUrban Fantasy / AdultNarrationThird person close POV of the main character, Paige CarmichaelCharactersPaige Presley Carmichael - a human woman working in a boring job Cal - Paige’s useless boyfr [...]

    3. Even more fun and blood from R.E. Carr!A solid story that stands on its own while deepening the world Carr has created. The story takes a couple of chapters to get going, but once it does, there are nice twists and turns to keep it all engrossing fun. We meet new people while learning some really juicy things about characters from Four. Just read it. You will be glad you did!

    4. Ms. Carr knows what I like, and what I like are vampires and werewolves. I freaking loved the first book, and while this book focuses on new characters, and a couple of the secondary characters from the first book, I loved it too! Just like the first book there are some twists and turns that caused my jaw to hit the floor and as soon as I finished Six I scrambled to to purchase the third book, Ten. I can't wait to see how all the characters blend together in the next book.

    5. I couldn't put this book down. Love the characters. I was excited to read about Georgia again but I'm very happy to have the Paige story line open up the universe. no spoilers! <3

    6. Better than book 1The plot of this series is an interesting and fresh take on an otherwise unoriginal premise. The writing, however, is terrible and hard to follow at times.

    7. This is the first book I’ve read by this author and I understand that while there is a book preceding this one it is not integral to the understanding of Six.The story begins with Paige Carmichael, she has a job and a boyfriend, she’s a complete doormat, she is also super tiny and super brunette. These three things are apparent in the first 10 pages of the book. Why am I talking about this? I have a couple of reasons, firstly I prefer my main female characters strong or with some spine at le [...]

    8. I still love this series. One thing I like is how stuff is connected, but you don't see it right away. Those connnections might even show when least expected for sure.The amount of times "snapped" is used let's just say it is way too much especially the frequency. I mean like times used within the same page frequency. This is the second time I've read this book and it maybe stuck out to me more since this was a big issue I had when I read The Download. Plus as a blind reader I listen to my book [...]

    9. Paige Presley hates her job and is a doormat to her boyfriend and his pals. Stress sends her into deep-cleaning mode, so it all seems to work, until she runs into an old friend from high school. At the friend’s party, she meets new people and is attracted to a mysterious man. The next day her conspiracy theory father blows through spouting nonsense about vampires secretly running the world.A mugging during a nighttime run lands Paige in the hospital. Nothing is the same after that. Her body ch [...]

    10. Holy Moly. If you enjoyed Four, and why wouldn't you? Then Six is about to move it to another level. We know Vampires are real, after all they told us. But what of other creatures of the night? Specifically Werewolves. Do they exist? Of course not. So then why is Paige Carmichael suddenly missing parts of her days and nights? Why does she seem to have to shave her legs twice a day? Why does her boyfriend smell odd? Its all to do with her deadbeat father, possibly, and an accident which only she [...]

    11. A bad job and a worse boyfriend complicate Paige's life. She would really like something else to happen. When she meets a guy that is interesting, her Dad has a fit. He's talking about vampires and all kinds of myths.Things still don't go well for her, because then she gets mugged, and she is bitten in the process. Being a survivor, Paige should make it through this. Then other things start happening to her. Is she about to die or be killed now? A really interesting read, and I haven't not read [...]

    12. Paige Carmichael’s father is an author about Aliens. Her mom is a well-known Chef. When her father comes into town to tell Paige that Vampires are real he puts both Paige and her mother in Danger because Vampires don’t want humans to know that they are real.When Paige is attacked in front of her home everything changes for her! When she turns into a werewolf she’ll have to figure out the new supernatural world she is thrust into and fast if she wants to survive! Can she figure out who is r [...]

    13. I started this book feeling very anti, oh look, wow, yet ANOTHER vampire/werewolf book, yawn. It was until the last page that I realised I had devoured the entire thing. I think the success of the story relied on the brilliant characters often leaving me confused about who I hated and who I loved, the only thing I know for certain is I detest the lollipop girl! *And since I didn't realise this was a sequel until just now I think it makes the book even more impressive, also it means I get to go b [...]

    14. If you loved FOURyou'll savor SIX. Unique, multidimensional and refreshing. I Avoid touchy, feely and sparkling paranormal creatures saturated with sympathy and adolescent infatuation like Ebola, Bad Mexican food and well, the bubonic plague. I was thrilled with Book 1, Four and thirsting for more having completed SIX, book 2. I'm not getting any younger and am hoping for this truly imagination-enriched author to continue her unique Saga in the making.

    15. I received the ebook in exchange for an honest review. I always love books with supernatural beings. This book is filled with this creatures. On top of that it is an interesting, enticing story. I loved the book and will keep an eye out for new books of the author. Paige doesn't believe in the supernatural. That is totally different from her father, which is a well know alien hunter. He has now changed his view, and Paige is pulled in to this totally different world.

    16. Loved this book! R.E. Carr did it again, the whiplash is "strong with this one." The author vividly paints the scenes to the point where you can taste the pisco sour, tacos de lenguas, and moms spaghetti. If you liked Four it goes without saying you will love Six.

    17. Originality linked with extraordinary characters and a mystery waiting to unravel makes this a memorable read!Read full review in the 2016 October issue of InD'tale Magazine.

    18. A little slow n confusingFelt that too many characters were introduced. Became confusing.A little slow moving too.I may try 3rd book when it comes out.

    19. Good ReadThis book was good. I loved how it answered some questions from the first book. It was kinda slow at the begging,but picked up after a couple of chapters.

    20. LikeableI enjoyed the second part of this book but it was a long hard slog to get there I am hoping the next will be more like the first book

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