Nosey Rosie (Southern Fried Sass Book 2)
Welcome back to Hairy Wart! I missed the heck outta all of ya’! And, I know you won’t be surprised that we’re once again raisin’ hell and forgettin’ to take names. Rosie, here, buckle up, Buttercups, I'm the Witch your momma warned you about, but in an epically awesome way. Promise. Everything was fine. I mean, normal… for us . Faith and I were arguing as usual, my bossy Gator-in-law was butting his snout in where it didn’t belong, and Daisy was runnin’ interference when she could keep her eyes open. Just another sunny day in Hairy Wort…right? Sure, but dadgummit it was shorter lived than a flea fart in a windstorm. Gettin' outta the house (away from Faith) Taffy and I happened upon a dead body in the rubble of the Marshall Mansion that literally got up and walked away when we weren’t lookin’. No! I am not messin’ with you. I swear it happened. Now, Beau and Faith are losin’ their minds, the Dragonettes are beside themselves, and Daisy, well, she’s sleepin' but that beside the point. Just when I thought things had fallen to the bottom of the swamp where the creepy crawlies creep and crawl, a tall, handsome Panther with a quick smile and a glint in his gleaming emerald eyes appeared smack dab in the middle of this mess and he's tellin’ everybody who’ll listen that he’s my Mate. What the H-E-Double-hockey-sticks am I supposed to do with that pile of Grunch crap? Good Goddess, if you love me, send a hundred-pound box of chocolate and three gallons of Miss Bunny’s sweet iced tea. One thing's for darned sure, when the Goddess and the Universe team up, with Destiny and Fate on the sidelines, well, it's more than a Witch can endure. Come on down, hang out a while, ‘cause Heaven knows I could use your help.

Nosey Rosie (Southern Fried Sass Book 2) Details

TitleNosey Rosie (Southern Fried Sass Book 2)
Author
ReleaseNov 11th, 2018
Rating
GenreRomance, Fantasy, Paranormal, Witches, Vampires, Shapeshifters, Fairies, Dragons

Nosey Rosie (Southern Fried Sass Book 2) Review

  • Hsu Lee
    January 1, 1970
    I voluntarily offered to review this book with no obligations and my opinions are honest!It was a great book!Rosie totally brings the sassy back.This books is a laugh out loud kind of book.It has all the ingredients that you need for a great book!I can't wait for the next book in this series.
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  • Patti
    January 1, 1970
    Overall rating:4.5Snarky humor definitely abounds throughout this storyline. Book 2 concentrated on Rosie but her sisters and the dragonettes are never far away! Non stop humor runs from page to page so make sure to clear a few hours for laughter! A wonderful read for anyone wanting your day light and happy . This author truly delivers with her unique flair. All my reviews are always voluntarily written.
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  • DKW
    January 1, 1970
    Witches and lions, oh my.Love this series. It's silly, funny, sexy, danger and finding your fated one. Julia Mills has a way with words. Can't put this down once you start reading. No cliffhanger and Hea. Can be read as a standalone but first book is great too.
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  • Janet Swiftbird
    January 1, 1970
    Witching good entertainment What a Fun read, so different than Ms. Mills Dragon Series, but includes some old Friends.Witching good read and great characters.
  • Delanie Flanegan
    January 1, 1970
    Just loved this one. Laughed untill I cried. Julia Lake Mills you did it again. Rosie, Mal and the gang had me in stitches
  • Betty Finch
    January 1, 1970
    Nosey Rosie is the second installment in the Southern Fried Sass series and is filled with just that, some of the sassiest heroines I have ever read. There is Rosie, our heroine of this book and her half sisters, Faith and Daisy along with their dragonettes, and all manner of shifters, and witches and it is rumored maybe a vampire or two.Rosie has a feeling that there is someone in need of help at the Marshall Mansion and when she arrives she finds a dead body. When she reaches out to her sister Nosey Rosie is the second installment in the Southern Fried Sass series and is filled with just that, some of the sassiest heroines I have ever read. There is Rosie, our heroine of this book and her half sisters, Faith and Daisy along with their dragonettes, and all manner of shifters, and witches and it is rumored maybe a vampire or two.Rosie has a feeling that there is someone in need of help at the Marshall Mansion and when she arrives she finds a dead body. When she reaches out to her sisters and her Gator-in Law who is the local sheriff, they find the body missing and find The brother of the king of "big Cats", Mal.What happens from there is filled with laugh out loud antics, lots of sass and some smoking hot love scenes.I have loved both the books in this series and can't wait for the next one to come out. Julia Mills is so talented and I have enjoyed every book of hers I have read.
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  • Charlotte
    January 1, 1970
    Contains some sexual content.This book has such great characters. These girls are witches who have the same father because he liked to deposit his sperm generously and then leave. Faith has found her mate in a gator shifter (book 1). Rosie is snarky, sarcastic, nosey, and gets herself into trouble, although the getting into trouble seems to be a shared trait for all the sisters. Rosie finds her mate, he finds her, in this one and our sisters get a big surprise! A lot of laughs through out the st Contains some sexual content.This book has such great characters. These girls are witches who have the same father because he liked to deposit his sperm generously and then leave. Faith has found her mate in a gator shifter (book 1). Rosie is snarky, sarcastic, nosey, and gets herself into trouble, although the getting into trouble seems to be a shared trait for all the sisters. Rosie finds her mate, he finds her, in this one and our sisters get a big surprise! A lot of laughs through out the story. Well written, short, fun read. RECOMMENDED!
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  • Betty
    January 1, 1970
    This is the second book in the Southern Fried Sass Series. It's another hysterically funny short story with Rosie Rosenbloom, who is a snarky witch from Hairy Wart, a town of supernaturals. Also included in the story are her three witchy sisters, the three adorable and funny Dragonettes and a host of other supernatural characters. Of course there are the villains too. A mystery to solve and a few surprises.Love the characters and the storyline of this series with plenty of belly laughs and adven This is the second book in the Southern Fried Sass Series. It's another hysterically funny short story with Rosie Rosenbloom, who is a snarky witch from Hairy Wart, a town of supernaturals. Also included in the story are her three witchy sisters, the three adorable and funny Dragonettes and a host of other supernatural characters. Of course there are the villains too. A mystery to solve and a few surprises.Love the characters and the storyline of this series with plenty of belly laughs and adventure. Highly recommend and looking forward to the next one!!
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  • Cassie
    January 1, 1970
    Have to say, I absolutely loved Rosie and Mal. Both were definitely the perfect match when it came to attitude and stubbornness. Loved how despite what her brother was doing, she at least attempted to save him. Definitely was great to meet more siblings from Nate the Bastard! Cannot wait for more in this series!
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  • L M
    January 1, 1970
    Wonderful story. This is once again a fun, fast paced and entertaining read but unlike book one it is lacking in romance between the two main H’s.We have a lot of action, drama, sass and plain entertainment coming fast and furiously right from the start. Lots of carrying on in this crazy town and a lot of madness abound for these investigators, as Rosie meets her fate and mate in Max’s, The King of The Big Cats, brother Mal. Not to mention an assortment of unknown lost siblings.Loved Rosie’s irr Wonderful story. This is once again a fun, fast paced and entertaining read but unlike book one it is lacking in romance between the two main H’s.We have a lot of action, drama, sass and plain entertainment coming fast and furiously right from the start. Lots of carrying on in this crazy town and a lot of madness abound for these investigators, as Rosie meets her fate and mate in Max’s, The King of The Big Cats, brother Mal. Not to mention an assortment of unknown lost siblings.Loved Rosie’s irreverence towards Max.My one complaint is that the speed at which this story unravels negates any romance building between Rosie and Mal.The two meet, know they are mates but have little interaction together, then face danger, survive danger, then they are together and having sex.There was no real getting to know either party, I could not tell you very much about Mal, his likes, dislikes, where he lives or what he does for funWaiting impatiently for the next book.
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  • Tera Comer
    January 1, 1970
    This is the second book in the Southern Fried Sass series and I must say I love these sassy southern gals. This book focuses on Rosie but her sisters and the dragonettes are also included in the storyline. I love the snarky humor in this series and this book has plenty of it throughout. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book
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  • Jennine McWilliams
    January 1, 1970
    This wacky story should get an award for non stop sassy verse. This girl sure does run off at the mouth and she's gonna be a handful for any man. There are siblings coming out of the woodwork and unheard of shifter animals for your imagination to picture. Now, l suggest you start with book one so you can keep up with the family tree.🤓
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  • Sheryl
    January 1, 1970
    come along on a wacky journey for the gang of Southern Fried Sass as they track down trouble in the town of Hairy Wart and unsuspecting Rosie meets her mate in a sexy panther. lots of laughs, thrills, and mystery await you.this is book 2 in the Southern Fried Sass series by the author.
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  • Patricia Kearns
    January 1, 1970
    Southern Fried Sass A love story, a mystery, a murder ,all with a few laughs. A town were the mayor is a large rabbits, who runs a coffee shop.Three witches open a detective agency, crazy? Right!Strange things are happening in this town, and our girls are on the job.Nice relaxing read with some laughs along the way 👍
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  • Dmcl
    January 1, 1970
    A great romp through the swamp with Rosie, the Dragonettes, her Witchy sisters and her Gator-in-law, this book should come with a laugh out loud warning and a seatbelt! In true Julie Mills style, it is funny, passionate, action-filled, steamy and a wonderfully entertaining read. Don’t miss it.
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  • Chris
    January 1, 1970
    Full of Southern Sass....And a body that disappeared, a few panthers, a new evil , the dragonettes and a lot of surprises. A great read!
  • Ann
    January 1, 1970
    The Southern Sass-y zaniness is back! And this time it's up to Rosie to save the day. And maybe find her mate...wait...what?Love these crazy sisters and all their friends.
  • Sarah Black
    January 1, 1970
    Love Rosie and her super sassy attitude!! Enjoy all the ladies of Southern Fried Sass and the adventures that they experience. Can't wait for the next book!!
  • T.M. Payne
    January 1, 1970
    Book Reviewed: Nosey RosieMy Rating: 5 StarsAuthor: Julia MillsPublication Date: 11/11/2018Reviewed by: Tammy Payne- Book Nook NutsREVIEWIf you have been following the stories in this series you already know you're going to bust a gut with laughter. Rosie and her little Dragonette find themselves in the middle of a murder? or not?These two are hilarious and add in a few Panthers and well it's a party of hysterics. I hope you grab your copy and enjoy... Nosey Rosie (Southern Fried Sass Book 2)
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