Monday, July 24, 2017

Release Blitz, Review and Giveaway: Trixsters Anonymous by Ahren Sanders

Trixsters Anonymous Now Available FB 2

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Welcome to the release of Trixsters Anonymous by Ahren Sanders

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Trixsters Anonymous Ebook 

Sassy, dramatic, hot-headed are just some of the words used to describe me since the time I was born. A few little mishaps growing up and my mom has a running ‘Emerson Baker’ prayer circle, and I have the reputation of a spit-fire that won’t go away.

I prefer the terms loyal, passionate, fiery, and possibly a bit impulsive.

So when my best friend proposes the concept of starting our own business, I jump on the idea.


That should be our motto… because your secrets can’t stay hidden for long with Trixsters Anonymous on the case.

We are the moonlighting duo hell-bent on helping those who suspect their lovers are cheating. We’re professional, careful, and completely anonymous…What could possibly go wrong?

Walker Scott… that’s what goes wrong.

I never stood a chance against the gorgeous, hazel-eyed, fiercely determined man who storms into my life and completely blindsides me.

He’s the proof that opposites attract—and when they do, the chemistry is explosive.

Did I mention he’s also a detective? A very, very, talented detective?

Pretty soon being a Trixster is a lot more complicated.

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My Thoughts:

For the most part, this was a pretty light-hearted story, but there were some heavier elements mixed in later on. It was fun, flirty and an easy read - all very good things when it comes to a book. What I didn't like so much was the insta-relationship and the over-the-top attitude of Emi. While I get that attraction is instant, lust is instant, I wasn't totally onboard with how quick Walker was in relationship mindset with Emi. It just seemed a little strange that he was that sure of what he wanted with Emi practically from first eye contact. But I didn't hold it against him because I really liked Walker; I thought he was a great character. Emi, on the other hand, was just too over-the-top for me. More often than not, I was irritated by her antics and continually questioning why he tried so hard with her. Sure, she had her moments and she was a very loyal friend, but the way she over-reacted to most things really wore on my nerves. That said, the story was entertaining, though the conflict was resolved too easily and without much fanfare, and I'm glad I read it. This is a good summer beach read.

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About the Author(1)

Ahren spent her formative years living in an active volcano. There her family made collectible lava art. She studied rock collecting at the Sorbonne in France. There she met the love of her life-her pet pig Sybil. She returned to the states and started writing. She is happily married to a guy who used to live under a bridge and she met while pole-dancing. Now, meet the real me. I grew up in the south and consider myself a true “Southerner”. Most of the special locations mentioned in my books are reflections of my favorite places. Living on the Florida coast, my family spends a lot time at the beach, which is where I usually can be found with a book in my hand.

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