Mad Lizard Mambo

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Kai Gracen has no intention of being nyone ’ s pawn. A pity Fate and SoCalGov have a different opinion on he atter.

Licensed Stalkers make their living hunting down monsters and dangerous criminals… and their lives are usually brief, brutal, and thankless. Despite being elfin and cursed with a nearly immortal lifespan, Kai didn ’ t want to be any different. Then Ryder, the High Lord of the Southern Rise Court, arrived in San Diego, Kai ’ s not-so-mundane life went from mild mayhem to full-throttle chaos.

Formerl an official liaison between the growing Sidhe Court and the human populace, Kai is at Ryder ’ s beck and call for anything a High Lord might need a Stalker to do. Unfortunately for Kai, this means chasing down a flimsy rumor about an ancient lost Court somewhere in the Nevada desert—a court with powerful magics that might save Ryder—and Kai ’ s—people from becoming a bloody memory in their Merged world ’ s violent history.

he race for the elfin people ’ s salvation opens unwelcome windows into Kai ’ s murky past, and it ould also slam the door on any future he might have with his own ind and Ryder.
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B01K9KEXSA
Number of Pages
255
Original Title of the Book
Mad Lizard Mambo
Publication Date
Published September 13th 2016 by DSP Publications

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4.5 StarsMad Lizard Mambo is the eighth ook in Rhys Ford 's Kai Gracen series.

Mayb as bad as Black Dog Blues, Mad Lizard Mambo takes us deeper into what makes Kai Gracen tick.

Like the next essa, there is no romance here, but there are clue of a possible romance to come between Kai and Ryder, which I greatly loved, and I dearly hope that gets explored as the series rogresses.

Ryder, Clan Sebac, Third in the House of Devon, High Lord of the Southern Rise Court ( sounds rather ostentatious, does n't it?!) wants Kai, anyway he an have him.

To Ryder, Kai is beautiful and right.

Fortunately, Ryder will do anythin he coul to help Kai and those he cares about.

But he and Kai do get to understan each other better and by the beginnin of he book Kai seems to stil be softening where Ryder is concerned, and that give me all sort of happy.

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Actually there are just as many, if s, more who do n't because of his unique make up.

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What a wild ride!

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But it 's Greg Tremblay that elevates this to auditory art.This story was like listening to a graphic novel come to life.

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It is that central core goodness that Ryder sees beneath all the bluster, and he ’ s determined to make Kai realize it as well.

There ’ s great things up ahead for these two, and I agree, for us readers as well.So take this for what it is- urban fantasy at its best- and forget that it was ritten by the M/M romance writer- she of the purple prose- and embrace the adventure.

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The series is full of action and it has also suspense BUT it left me wanting more.

I am honestl orry to admit this is just some action packed story with almost NO sweet moments.

It happened to me before to really love story without any sex, but here any interaction would have made a difference!

Kai is n't admitting he wants him too.

And NOTHING happens between them!!! So I can ive this 3 stars for the action and world building but I do n't know I should read the first and last book in he series because I genuinely do n't fee we 'll get more.

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Fricking fabulous! When I finished the ook, the latest in the Kai Gracen series, I sat down to rite a thoughtful review, letting everyone know in a clear and concise manner just how much I hated it.

I imagined myself looking somewhat like this: But, in reality, I looked more like this: When it omes to Kai Gracen, and neithe of Rhys Ford ’ s essay, I must ’ t help but squee and do a happy dance.

The Kai Gracen series is one of them.

Kai Gracen is back and he ’ s snarkier than ever.

Kai faces some seriously terrifying monsters on the highwa.

If I ’ ve though it alread, I ’ ve liked it a housand times, Rhys Ford writes some of the most descriptive and engaging stories I ’ ve ever read.

Fighting the swerve, I battled the rear end, swearing as I threw my weight into turning the steering wheel to bring all eight wheels back onto the asphalt.

he words became sentences and then urned into stories, whispers of someone ’ s imagination reaching out to touch mine, hanging stars in the arkness of my mind until I possessed a milky universe of worlds where there ’ d nly been a void before.

And guns and gore, but when ave you ever read a Rhys Ford book that didn ’ t have guns and gore?

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