The female has survived through another book. This one is a wild ride, and we hope you enjoy it.
Because we can, we has some cool commentary from Cool People who have read the book, including the most marvelous Faith Hunter!
The heroine is tougher than nails and adorable all at once. The storyline is fast-paced and intricate. The love interest / bounty-hunter is the guy you want to take home to your mama, except your mama might try and steal him away. And the humor is RJ Blain at her finest. Seriously, Urban Fantasy with humor and a smidge of romance. I love it! Get it!– Faith Hunter, NYT and USA Today bestselling author of the Jane Yellowrock and the Soulwood series.
A chance encounter with the bounty hunter Sandro gives her a stark choice – accept his terms and conditions or continue to fight what will probably ultimately be a losing battle against the storms and the bounty hunters chasing her. Determined to discover the true source of the storms, which her magic tells her are man-made and controlled, she considers the possibility of striking a bargain with the gorgeous Sandro and enlisting his help.
This is my first real encounter with Urban Fantasy as a genre and I have to say Outfoxed is an excellent dive into the realm. Author R. J. Blain has created a storyline and arcs that are both, believable and exciting.– Grant Leishman for Readers’ Favorite
One of R. J. Blain’s triumphs is her ability to turn foes into friends or even lovers. Moretti is the type of character that you will loathe at the beginning. At the same time, he is someone that you are willing to forgive on account of what he stands for. Just as Jade knows that Moretti is willing to pay a good sum on a bounty for her, he is equally willing to pay a great deal to keep her alive. Another fascinating element to Outfoxed is the way Jade is portrayed. She exudes a complexity that is not easy to fathom. Being the subject of a manhunt, her complexity is explored as she narrates her story. At the end of the book, you give a sigh of relief but at the same time, you wait with anticipation of what will happen next, and that is why you will be drawn to read the series.– Vincent Dublado for Readers’ Favorite
Blain writes with detailed descriptions, satisfying character arcs, and intricate world-building. As you read, you feel like her situations are real, and you become emotionally involved. You’ll like how the author describes Jade, what she is, what she can do, and the medicine, witchery, and other fantasy elements involved. The descriptions of the storms are also visceral, making them feel as dangerous as they really are. Outfoxed (The Fox Witch Book 1) by R. J. Blain is a force of nature.– Tammy Ruggles for Readers’ Favorite
So, what’s the book about? Here’s what the book is about!
Death is a way of life outside of the safety of Inner Tulsa, and Jade means to keep flipping Mother Nature off until old age claims her. With one eye always on the sky, the last thing she needs is a pack of bounty hunters out for her living head. With no idea of why anyone would want her, her wits might keep her free, assuming she can resist the charming lures of Sandro, one of the men out to claim her as his own.
Left with the choice of being the evening snack of a tornado or taking shelter with the bounty hunter, she does what she does best: she lives on the edge.
Striking a bargain with the handsome bounty hunter buys her another day of life, but it also dumps her into the heart of a sinister plot, one meant to enslave the residents of the storm-tossed city—and the others brave and foolish enough to call the Alley home.
Okay. We have used up every last shred of enthusiasm we can muster for today. It’s nap time, and the female has to make phone calls today. Wish her well. Buying her book is a good way to make the female feel better about having to make at least one super important phone call today.
That plus we like when we get extra special kitty treats, which rain down from the sky in vast quantity when her books do really well at launch.
Please enjoy this picture of us in our sharks.