Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Release Day Review ~ THIRDS Beyond the Books: Volume 2 by Charlie Cochet

Release Day Review ~ THIRDS Beyond the Books: Volume 2 by Charlie Cochet

Title: THIRDS Beyond the Books: Volume 2
Series: THIRDS
Author: Charlie Cochet
Release Date: October 12, 2016
Category: Mystery/Suspense; Paranormal: Werewolves/Shifters, Science Fiction, Fantasy: Urban Fantasy
Pages: 138

Dreamspinner ~ GoodReads


Return to the THIRDS universe with another collection of flash fiction stories inspired by prompts submitted by fans. Reunite with favorite THIRDS characters to explore even more of their hidden adventures and personal moments, and take the opportunity to learn more about them through this series of stories recounting the humor, heartbreak, friendship, hardship, and love these characters’ experience behind the scenes. Complete your THIRDS experience with these tales of stolen moments.

All royalties from this book will be donated to the Big Cat Rescue.

*** Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie by Dreamspinner Press in exchange for a fair and honest review. ***

5 stars

If you are familiar with The Thirds Series, you will already know about Thirds Thursday, which I can't wait to get in my inbox every week, where Ms. Cochet expands certain scenes thru prompts from fans of this series.  This volume is a collection of those snippets.  Volume 1 had prompts 1-25 while this volume has prompts 26-44 with a special Valentine's Date. Some have been previously featured on the weekly Thirds' Thursday.  One, in particular, being poker night that turns into a game of Truth or Dare with Dex & Ash.  Some will leave you laughing, some will leave you with tears but, all in all, I love how this author gives the reader a chance to bring an extended version to each story.

Prompts include Dex & Sloane grocery shopping, a Valentine's Day with Ethan & Calvin, Seb & Hudson (their story is next in the series), sexy times with Cael & Ash and many more adventures with the Destructive Delta crew.

These snippets are a unique way for us, the reader, to get more insight into our favorite Thirds characters.

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