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  • Title: Buying Trouble
  • Author: Karen Chance
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  • Page: 320
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  • In Midnight s Daughter, New York Times bestselling author Karen Chance took us to a new corner of Cassie Palmers world and introduced us to the lives of the mysterious vampires who rule the night Now, read the eSpecial, Buying Trouble, the companion novella to Midnight s Daughter, and learn why vampires aren t the only creatures to fear Claire just wants to keep out of tIn Midnight s Daughter, New York Times bestselling author Karen Chance took us to a new corner of Cassie Palmers world and introduced us to the lives of the mysterious vampires who rule the night Now, read the eSpecial, Buying Trouble, the companion novella to Midnight s Daughter, and learn why vampires aren t the only creatures to fear Claire just wants to keep out of trouble But that isn t always easy when you re a mage with the extremely unusual ability to block all magic around you And when Claire s sleazy boss decides Claire herself is the most valuable rarity to sell at a magical auction, trouble finds her Now, her only hope for survival is to trust a mysterious and handsome stranger, a Fey Lord named Heidar As their pursuers close in, there s one thing for sure, savior or threat, Heidar can show Claire things she never imagined in this world, and in herself.
    Karen Chance
    Karen Chance is the author of two New York Times bestselling series, plus a number of novellas and short stories, all set in the Cassandra Palmer universe A full time writer since 2008, she was previously a university history teacher, which comes in handy when writing the time travel aspect of Cassie s crazy adventures She loves Las Vegas, the main setting for her novels, but currently lives in Florida near her family home Visit her website or connect with her on Facebook here.


    Commentaires:

    Mel
    Claire is a null who works at an auction house, just trying to mind her own business, when she discovers that SHE is the one up for sale. In the chaos that ensues, Claire accidentally gets shifted to Faerie with a Light Fey lord by her side. One who she happens to unexplainably find very attractive Typical Karen Chance: fast, fun and sexy. The story is set in the Cassie Palmer universe which is wonderfully built. Claire is a bit quirky but very funny. Heidar is just hilarious with his dry Fey hu [...]

    Francais Parker
    If you follow my reviews, you know the drill! First comes the grades, then any thoughts, gushing or notes I have, and then a ruling for clean-readers.World-building: A++Mythology: BPlot-Twists: ASuspense: B+Girl Power: A-Guy Hero: A-Villains: B-Love Interests: A-Feels: AGreat little taste of this universe, I'll be diving in deeper soon and reading the full-length novels in the coming months (hopefully because my to-read list is forever long).For you clean-readers: this book DOES have a bit of ma [...]

    Sarah
    I read this story as part of the On the Prowl anthologyBuying Trouble - Karen Chance 4/5 StarsThis was my second favorite story in the anthology and one I was looking forward to reading as I'm a big fan of Karen Chance's Cassie Palmer series. Claire is a great character & I believe she is Dory's roommate from the Dorina Basarab series but you don't need to have read any of those books to enjoy the story. I loved Heidar, he's probably up there with my favorite leading men from Karen's books. [...]

    Anna
    I liked this short story about Claire, the null witch and Dory's room mate who encounters the fey and realises some truths about her own ancestry. I read it as part of the anthology On the Prowl not as a standalone but I've re-entered it here so it shows up on 'my books'as I tend to think of it as Claire's story rather than the Dory prequel.I found Claire in the Karen Chance's Cassie Palmer series quite endearing so I was pleased she had her own story, even though she had been a relatively minor [...]

    Anoolka
    I seem to like Karen Chance's short stories more than her full novels. I liked Clare here far more than in the first Dorina book. Fascinating bits of worldbuilding - this universe gets richer and richer and I'd like more from the pov of the fae (especially dragons) and the weres (from the other short stories).Cons - Very speedy romance and too little family interactions - glossed over first encounter with long lost father and brother missed opportunity for some interesting stuff, imho.

    Mara
    I'm not sure what it has in common with Dorina, as I read Midnight's daughter years ago, and I do not remember all the details. Probably the underground black market, that stirs some memories?Cute, but little more; with the usual neckbreaking tempo of a Karen Chance's book.

    Jessalyn
    Fun NovellaThis story took a surprising turn for me & I really enjoyed it. It was a quick read & introduced some new characters from/into the Dorina Basarab & Cassie Palmer series. I don't want to ruin the surprised, but it was a fun novella & I'm not yet sure how it is a prequel to Midnight's Daughter, the first book in the Dorina Basarab series, but as I'm reading that book next, I intend to find out pretty quickly.

    Mary Chancey
    Loved it.This is like all her books, a really good storyline and lots of action. You really get into the character's world.

    M
    Okay. Skimmed a lot.

    Sharon
    Fun read!

    RikkasaurusReads
    Buying Trouble was obviously short but really pleasant. Not amazing. But definitely not terrible. Buying Trouble was better than the Kit Marlowe short stories (The Gauntlet and The Queen's Witch) but not as good as the short/"deleted scene", Shitty Beer. But that might because of my bias due to Pritkin. Anyway. Buying Trouble is the short story taking place before Midnight's Daughter, making it Dorina Basarab #.5 I believe. It follows Claire, a magical null and showcaser of magical artifacts for [...]

    Sandra
    Short for $2.99 or in the anthology On the Prowl.I really liked the first half of this story, it was set in interesting world and the main character was appealing. The whole dragon plot-twist caught me off guard, and took a little while for me to warm up to, although I eventually liked where it went (although it wasn't super surprising). The main thing that bothered me was that after getting involved in these characters lives, the action ends and the story abruptly cuts off in a couple paragraph [...]

    Diane
    Novella by Karen Chance, I don't usually go in for Novela's but the reviews for this were very goodand I try and read every thing the KC writes. I enjoyed this very much. About Claire who is a Nullaning she's immune to magic. She nearly gets auctioned off to her cousin Seb who plans on selling her to Harvesters who want to harvest her magic abilities. Enter a Light Fey Lord Heidar.They embark on an adventure that they did not ask for. From the human realm to the Fey realm, and notthe friendly ki [...]

    Natalie
    I really liked thisHowever, I think it could have been a much longer story and really needed to either be finished from claire's point of view or it needed to be left alone and just told as it was in Dory's book. I really enjoyed the back story but I felt like if we were going to go there-we at least needed to be brought up to speed where we left off in Midnight's Daughter. After finishing this readI was just left feeling cheated out of the rest of the story and I know I will never get it, I thi [...]

    Sandra
    Why do authors persist in trying to do a full story the size of a novella. Once again this story was too short. I know it's only an interlude between Dorina Barsarab stories, still it gets you hooked then its all over!I liked what there was of it and if anything it made me want to re-read the 2 Dory books, it's been awhile.This story is Claire and Heidar, how they met, how they survived and who Claire's real father is revealed.

    Carolin
    I would say it is a perfect short story, although I think it is a little on the long side. But that is not a problem as far as I am concerned. I get into the story fast, I'm starting empathizing with Claire very soon. She is funny! It is interesting to get a view of sides of the world that is not really getting through in Cassie's books.

    Sarah ♥ Vutch forever ♥
    That was a great short story.I wasn't a fan of the typical "she shouldn't let him touch her but she couldn't resist" parts although I know they might have to do with him being Fey and Claire's second nature. The rest of the story was fast, funny and interesting. We learn more about the Fey and some scenes were hilarious, especially when Claire tuns into a dragon.

    Denise
    A short companion novella to Midnight's Daughter, this story is told from Claire's POV and gives some background on her character and how she met Heidar. Entertaining, but not as awesome as the Dory novels IMO.

    Bridget
    I read this story in the anthology, On the Prowl. It took me a little while to figure out what was going on and who the story was about, because it has been so long since I read the first book in the series. It was a good story and actually explained a lot once I remembered what was going on in the series.

    Theresa
    I knew Claire’s story would be good. I smiled reading it and was fascinated by the fats moving action and interweaving of the Fey politics. I knew Claire was part Dark Fey, but how she finds her family and what she becomes is marvelous.Fave scenes: the truth bird, riding the horse and Claire’s transformation.

    Raquel (Rocki)
    We found out more about Claire! I am glad I read this one I was wondering from book 1 or Dorina's what had happened to Claire the whole time and how she ended up with a fey well now all my questions are answered For the moment at least.

    Audrey
    Loved this novella ! The attraction between Haidar and Claire was a little far fetched before but it all made sense in the end. Cute short story to provide some more depth in Claire. Definitely recommend it if you love the Corina Basarab series

    Shannon C.
    For a novella, this is a really good read. It is the companion story to book 1 in the Dorina Basarab series. In book 1, Dory is looking for her missing friend Claire. This novella shows Claire's side of the story.

    Lynsey (A Bookish Life)
    A novella chronicling Claire's adventures from auction house to Faerie and how she met Heidar for the first time and discovers surprising facts about herself. This would be ideally read before Dorina Basarab book #1 Midnight's daughter.

    Anne
    Novella about Claire and how she met her Fey (and found her twin self). This should be read after Midnight's Daughter. Ms. Chance is a great story teller, and has created a couple of good series - Cassie Palmer and Dory Basarab.

    Drew
    Interesting little story. This is my second time reading it but at least this time I've read others from the same world. Still an odd story and little confusing. Not exactly sure how it's going to tie into the series but we shall see

    Khristine Stain
    I liked this short story the best out of the Cassie Palmer/Dorina Basarab world. although, I haven't yet read Midnight's Daughter and have no idea how the short story relates to Dorina which I assume is Mircea's sister (?). Anyway, this short story was a great read.

    Raynak25
    Short story from the Dorina Basaarab series. Great story, but I wouldn't recommend reading it until after you read book 2 in the series.

    Steph
    (Short story found in anthology On the Prowl)

    Tania
    "Buying Trouble" by Karen Chance. A novella in the Dorina Basarab series.

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