Blending In (Magical Romantic Comedies, #6)
Thanks to a jealous divine, whenever Chase Butler comes anywhere near Miriah, she turns into a chameleon. While her hopes of having a happily ever with Mr. Right are dashed, she’s determined to have the next best thing: a perfect Christmas. Finding a puppy for her son, dodging the unwanted attention of her divine fling of an ex, and keeping on top of a holiday charity drive for local pet shelters sure is complicated when prone to transforming into a twelve-inch lizard with a severe allergy to snowbanks. Since blending in has gotten her nowhere fast, she’s going to have to pull out all the stops to get what she wants, even if it lands her on Santa’s naughty list. Warning: This holiday story contains excessive humor, action, excitement, adventure, magic, romance, and bodies. Proceed with caution.

Blending In (Magical Romantic Comedies, #6) Details

TitleBlending In (Magical Romantic Comedies, #6)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseNov 20th, 2018
PublisherPen & Page Publishing
Rating
GenreRomance, Fantasy, Paranormal, Paranormal Romance, Mystery, Urban Fantasy

Blending In (Magical Romantic Comedies, #6) Review

  • Kickarse Reviews
    January 1, 1970
    Full of fun! Again, Blain had another funny story in her magical universe. Fill of great characters with unique lives and back stories, it fitted the series perfectly.I especially loved the development of the main character going from a timid but strong lady to one who finally comes out of her shell.Loved it!
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  • Angela
    January 1, 1970
    Must read!!! Give this book/series a try!!!I’ll admit. I have these on auto order. They are too ingenious and delicious to miss. I’m not one to give a book report but this series is one of my new favorites. Fun enough to read a 2nd or 3rd time (I’m new, I’ll get to 4th and 5ths I’m sure!). What I love about them? Well, the world building is great fun. It’s very comprehensive and stable thru out the series. The lead characters are multidimensional for the most part. The secondaries have their pla Must read!!! Give this book/series a try!!!I’ll admit. I have these on auto order. They are too ingenious and delicious to miss. I’m not one to give a book report but this series is one of my new favorites. Fun enough to read a 2nd or 3rd time (I’m new, I’ll get to 4th and 5ths I’m sure!). What I love about them? Well, the world building is great fun. It’s very comprehensive and stable thru out the series. The lead characters are multidimensional for the most part. The secondaries have their places and have are multilayered as well within their frame work. What I didn’t like about this book??? I’ve got questions darn it! I want to know more about the best friend. I want to know exactly what the senior Mr and Mrs Butler’s powers are! I am also jonesing to know Gavin’s portfolio! Tell me. An independent email is acceptable 😘I just found this author within the last couple months and have read everything in this series and have begun working on their others. I liked them enough that I Actually BOUGHT them. I go thru a lot of books, but these have a little inanity, lots of humor, foul language, and generally pretty darn clean as long as you don’t mind bodily threats and a few dead bodies. Please try this author. Btw. I am in no way associated with this author, but if she wants drinks next time she’s in Vegas ... look me up!!!!
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  • Cyrene Olson
    January 1, 1970
    Uncaged Review: This is such a fun book, and the originality is off the charts. I found myself laughing out loud at the banter between characters and even the thoughts of Miriah. Miriah is set on two things, keeping her job and having a perfect Christmas for her son, Caleb. When her boss loans her out to Chase Butler to help unravel a money skimming operation against Chase’s company, Miriah is 1) resigned to being a chameleon for the duration because of her attraction to Chase, and 2) is then ta Uncaged Review: This is such a fun book, and the originality is off the charts. I found myself laughing out loud at the banter between characters and even the thoughts of Miriah. Miriah is set on two things, keeping her job and having a perfect Christmas for her son, Caleb. When her boss loans her out to Chase Butler to help unravel a money skimming operation against Chase’s company, Miriah is 1) resigned to being a chameleon for the duration because of her attraction to Chase, and 2) is then targeted by someone wanting to get rid of her.This can easily be read as a standalone, but you are definitely going to want to go back and read the rest of this series. This book has just about everything you could want in a holiday read. Suspense, romance (the clean kind), danger, fantastic secondary characters and a whole lot of humor. Just wait until Christmas Eve and Midnight Mass with Miriah’s parents. Pass the chicken.Reviewed by Cyrene
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  • Lisakit
    January 1, 1970
    Bwahahaha! This latest installment of mysteries (with a body count) from RJ Blain is as fun and well written as always. My friend and I discovered this author just a few months ago and have been devouring all her books. She has an excellent command of the language, well crafted plots, engaging characters, and a witty sense of humor. The romance in this series is light and sweet with "fade to black" style sex scenes, which, after a few years of paranormal romance, is quite refreshing.After having Bwahahaha! This latest installment of mysteries (with a body count) from RJ Blain is as fun and well written as always. My friend and I discovered this author just a few months ago and have been devouring all her books. She has an excellent command of the language, well crafted plots, engaging characters, and a witty sense of humor. The romance in this series is light and sweet with "fade to black" style sex scenes, which, after a few years of paranormal romance, is quite refreshing.After having been cursed by an a-hole ex (who happens to be quite a jealous god), our heroine has a heck of a time finding a way to move on. But has she finally found a hero who can look past that? And can she accept the snarky tricksters in his own family?I can't wait until the next installment. Or a new book in any of her series for that matter.
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  • Jasmine
    January 1, 1970
    Yet another bantering good timeI thoroughly enjoy this series. If you aren’t into dark bantering humor and supernatural romance, don’t read these books. If you are, you’re in for a treat. I value sleep a great deal, and I lost a significant amount of sleep once my baby was asleep to finish this fun read. Totally worth it.
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  • Catherine Banks
    January 1, 1970
    Puppies, a three legged cat, and an adorable romcomThis was a fun romantic comedy with a woman with a poorly timed tendency to turn into a chameleon. Luckily, she's able to complete her job even in that form, and she gets recruited to work for her crush. Things turn crazy as she unravels embezzlement and more. I loved the main character and her crazy friends.
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  • Cryogenic Fire
    January 1, 1970
    Cannot get enough of this seriesYes! Magical mayhem, dysfunctional families, inventive death threats, a dash of profanity, a dollop of romance and, of course, a body count come together to make the perfect read to while away a few hours.
  • Denise Fisher
    January 1, 1970
    This was a simply wonderful book!!Fast paced and complicated I could not put this book down! I loved all the "google" characters, and hated all the bad as intended. I buy all the author's books!!!
  • Tiffany L Poynter
    January 1, 1970
    Another amazing mayhem filled novelI love this series so much. I really enjoy the diversity of all the characters and the way they all interact with the story. I’m looking forward to more!!
  • Cory Cravens
    January 1, 1970
    Love it!I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I was a little confused in the beginning. A quarter of the way in and I really started to enjoy the exploits of all the characters. I'm looking forward to the next one!
  • William Howe
    January 1, 1970
    Fun, butSometimes the verbal sparring starts to drag on a little too long. Especially because some of the zingers begin sounding repetitive.It’s a very creative world. I just want more story.
  • Allyson Williams
    January 1, 1970
    Blending inBest in the series. I laughed out loud several times! RJ Blain is one of my favorite one click authors.
  • Natalie
    January 1, 1970
    More serious than the rest, I didn’t find the humour in it and the chicken felt overdone. Kinda felt sorry for Gavin. I like how these stories bypass the L word. A couple of questions left unanswered, but I guess it has that holiday fuzzy feeling.
  • Rebecca Anderson
    January 1, 1970
    Delightful Christmas readBrain write in an easily enjoyable style. Storyline unfolded simply and in a Christmas story manner. Will definitely read more of her.
  • Tera
    January 1, 1970
    Great ReadInteresting characters, wonderful plot and backstory. I laughed cried and couldn't put it down. I am very glad I found this author.
  • Beth Magyar
    January 1, 1970
    Blending inI loved it. Read it straight through. A very endearing, heart warming, Christmas story. The animals were a nice touch.
  • Silverluna
    January 1, 1970
    :)
  • Indira Rivera
    January 1, 1970
    This entire series has been the most fun I've had reading this year. I totally recommend.
  • Anita
    January 1, 1970
    This author has the same issues in most of her writing. While funny, she really needs a tough editor to save her from herself. More action, less repeating cliches. Less insta-love, use snark only in snarky situations, less everything-works-out-way-too-easily, more actually solving problems, less repetitive dialogue. The creativity of this author is wonderful - I love the world she's created - I just wish she'd take us on a better tour of that world and that her characters didn't all have the exa This author has the same issues in most of her writing. While funny, she really needs a tough editor to save her from herself. More action, less repeating cliches. Less insta-love, use snark only in snarky situations, less everything-works-out-way-too-easily, more actually solving problems, less repetitive dialogue. The creativity of this author is wonderful - I love the world she's created - I just wish she'd take us on a better tour of that world and that her characters didn't all have the exact same personality.
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