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10 thoughts on “Blameless (Parasol Protectorate, #3)

  1. says:

    Souless was down right magical Changeless had it moments but was all over the place I probably would ve have never finished it if a pal hadn t told me a spoiler connected to bk 3 that compelled me to push through so I could read Blameless Blameless was slightly less irksome than Changeless, but still had whole sections where I had to force myself not to skim.I m not a big fan when slews of new characters are introduced, or too much focus on introduced side characters that don t significantly Souless was down right magical Changeless had it moments but was all over the place I probably would ve have never finished it if a pal hadn t told me a spoiler connected to bk 3 that compelled me to push through so I could read Blameless Blameless was slightly less irksome than Changeless, but still had whole sections where I had to force myself not to skim.I m not a big fan when slews of new characters are introduced, or too much focus on introduced side characters that don t significantly add to...


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here When we last left Lady Alexia Maccon, she had been thrown out by her husband Conall due to her being pregnant Seeing as Conall is a centuries old werewolf, there is no possible explanation for Alexia to be pregnant with his child He comes to the conclusion that she cheated on him and turned her out Conall never stops to think that because Alexia is soulless, and when she touches a supernatural creature, she makes them human So perhaps while they are intimate, there is a possibility he could When we last left Lady Alexia Maccon, she had been thrown out by her husband Conall due to her being pregnant Seeing as Conall is a centuries old werewolf, there is no possible explanation for Alexia to be pregnant with his child He comes to the conclusion that she cheated on him and turned her out Conall never stops to think that because Alexia is soulless, and when she touches a supernatural creature, she makes them human So perhaps while they are intimate, there is a possibility he could get her with child Alexia has no choice but to move back home with her mother, step father and two annoying sisters who blame Alexia for their hardships in not finding any men to marry Alexia isthan perturbed, not only by her husband s di...


  3. says:

    The Indecisive Cheese Theory of series fictionSee, it s like when you re handed a new kind of cheese, right And you take a nibble and you think, huh Cheese Yeah, okay Kinda creamy, a little light, nice steampunk flavor as it finishes I like it So you take a bigger bite, and you think, well, but hang on, there was something a bit funny going on with the aftertaste And that sex scene was just absurd I don t like thatI think But you re not sure, so you take another bite, because a The Indecisive Cheese Theory of series fictionSee, it s like when you re handed a new kind of cheese, right And you take a nibble and you think, huh Cheese Yeah, ok...


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    After the way book two ended, I have to say this was still quite enjoyable I thought Alexia wallowed for an adequate amount of time, considering the way Conall acted toward her to begin with, and even though she was obviously still heartbroken over what had happened, she compartmentalized enough for it to take a backseat to what was going on I was a bit disappointed that they seemed to make up rather quickly which might steer thistoward a high 3.5 rating , but I don t expect a ton from After the way book two ended, I have to say this was still quite enjoyable I thought Alexia wallowed for an adequate amount of time, considering the way Conall acted toward her to begin with, and even though she was obviously still heartbroken over what had happened, she compartmentalized enough for it to take a backseat to what was going on I was a bit disappointed that they seemed to make up rather quickly which might steer thistow...


  5. says:

    Huge as F cliffhanger at the end of book 2, so come at me, book 3 view spoiler Okay, I kind of wish the drama wasn t resolved in this one Does that make me a horrible person hide spoiler


  6. says:

    This series continues to be witty, fluffy fun It s really difficult not to just read one of these books in one sitting They go down like ice cream on a hot day.With the exception of this one thing that I ll get to later, there really isn t much to say about this book Carriger s writing continues to be witty and fun, and sly in all the best ways Her sense of humor is definitely in line with mine Her characters are flawed and lovable Her sense of atmosphere is impeccable.Basically, if you li This series continues to be witty, fluffy fun It s really difficult not to just read one of these books in one sitting They go down ...


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Killer ladybugs Nightgowned knights Floote fighting Not to mention lots of pesto Blameless has it all Even though I haven t been left in a tizzy by this installment no cliffhanger this time, intrepid readers , I m still anxious to get my hands on the next book Ohhh, July why art thou so far away Looking back, I ll admit I had a few issues with the second in thee series, Changeless It was entertaining, but compared to the shininess that was Soulless it faltered in terms of plot cohesion Killer ladybugs Nightgowned knights Floote fighting Not to mention lots of pesto Blameless has it all Even though I haven t been left in a tizzy by this installment no cliffhanger this time, intrepid readers , I m still anxious to get my hands on the next book Ohhh, July why art thou so far away Looking back, I ll admit I had a few issues with the second in thee series, Changeless It was entertaining, but compared to the shininess that was Soulless it faltered in terms of plot cohesion and consistency of character personalities I m happy to say Blameless does not suffer from the same problems.Swinging back and forth between the pack...


  8. says:

    Gail Carriger, how do I love thee Let me count the ways La Diva Tarabotti Lord Akeldama Pesto Formaldehyde Templars Biffy Floote Lord Maccon Parassault Killer ladybugs Vampires Werewolves Seriously, I could just go on and on and on about how I love Gail Carriger And what do all of these tidbits andadd up to The latest, delicious volume in ...


  9. says:

    A delight as always


  10. says:

    This book was just TERRIBLE Definitely the worst I have read in quite a while I m only giving 2 stars to it because I still love the characters and the sense of humor the author has, but seriously this book was so not worth it Since page 1 to the last one I was praying for it to end faster It took me forever to finish it and only because I just could not stand any of...


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Blameless (Parasol Protectorate, #3) PDF Epub Blameless Parasol Protectorate, 3 Gail Carriger Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Quitting Her Husband S House And Moving Back In With Her Horrible Family, Lady Maccon Becomes The Scandal Of The London Season.Queen Victoria Dismisses Her From The Shadow Council, And The Only Person Who Can Explain Anything, Lord Akeldama, Unexpectedly Leaves Town To Top It All Off, Alexia Is Attacked By Homicidal Mechanical Ladybugs, Indicating, As Only Ladybugs Can, The Fact That All Of London S Vampires Are Now Very Much Interested In Seeing Alexia Quite Thoroughly Dead.While Lord Maccon Elects To Get Progressively Inebriated And Professor Lyall Desperately Tries To Hold The Woolsey Werewolf Pack Together, Alexia Flees England For Italy In Search Of The Mysterious Templars Only They Know Enough About The Preternatural To Explain Her Increasingly Inconvenient Condition, But They May Be Worse Than The Vampires And They Re Armed With Pesto.