Breaking Ties

Vaughn R. Demont

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Breaking Ties

Breaking Ties A sidekick s work is never done Broken Mirrors Book Kicked out of his family fetching coffee for idiots out of cash and usually starving Spencer Crain is a shadow of his former self And certain

  • Title: Breaking Ties
  • Author: Vaughn R. Demont
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  • Page: 179
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  • A sidekick s work is never done.Broken Mirrors, Book 4Kicked out of his family, fetching coffee for idiots, out of cash, and usually starving, Spencer Crain is a shadow of his former self And certain than ever that living a normal, serious life is the last thing a Coyote should shoot for.When he gets the chance to investigate a troll sidhe gunfight at Under The BridgA sidekick s work is never done.Broken Mirrors, Book 4Kicked out of his family, fetching coffee for idiots, out of cash, and usually starving, Spencer Crain is a shadow of his former self And certain than ever that living a normal, serious life is the last thing a Coyote should shoot for.When he gets the chance to investigate a troll sidhe gunfight at Under The Bridge, he can t drop office intern from his r sum fast enough Even if it means bringing the last person he ever thought he d see again back into his life his father.James Black, the Sorcerer King, was taking an inordinately long time to choose a draconic protector, but his kidnapping by dragons seems a little extreme It s up to Spence to navigate Fae politics, work the Feud, bring down a murderous order of sidhe knights, and heroically save James, the man he loves Assisted by the guy James has been dating.Ain t love grand Warning This novel contains a Coyote doing the ultimate thankless job the sidekick dragon shifter sorcerers, Dwarves, pop culture references, and a shotgun that shoots lightning bolts Freakin lightning bolts, people

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    1. Julio Genao on said:

      i am as putty in the man's handsok four rockets along like more of the same—but in the case of an author as gifted as this, that's a compliment.or me simply admitting the truth whilst seething with der jelezn, this guy knows how to write escandalo many ups and downs and amazing pacing and really, really funny lines—imagination out the wazoo, naturally—and the character developments foretold as if from the beginning now gone from tiny and subtle to huge and feelz-inducing, so that your mout [...]

    2. Didi on said:

      I hemmed and hawed whether to read this now or waiting for the next book to be released sometime, but got too impatient! The result was a tad contrary. I liked the book, it was plenty entertaining to me. The rating kinda dropped because of that last chapter though, which was such a let down.There was no big battle here as on previous books. I think this was more like learning process for the Ra'keth and struggling to accept whether he's a Coyote for Spencer. The issue with the Cobalt Order didn' [...]

    3. Jenni Lea on said:

      Fabulous story. Fantastic writing. Superb entertainment. Most highly recommended. I can't get enough of this author.That ending though(view spoiler)[I didn't like it. I didn't want James and Spencer to get together. They don't belong together like that. They should have stayed in the BFF zone; at the very most a bromance. Ozzie as the love interest was much better. Poor Ozzie! He got shafted. I was very disappointed by that outcome. (hide spoiler)]This is all just my opinion, BTW. This author ha [...]

    4. Tim on said:

      Once more into The City in Vaughn Demont's Broken Mirrors series, and every trip feels worth it. James and the supporting cast shine as usual, with a bit of limelight spared for Ozzie, but at the end of the day, let's face it, this series belongs to Spencer Crain. The weaving of plots and tropes and sheer genre-savviness from romantic comedies, fantasy, horror, heist/crime, all from books and comics and movies and games really underlines the author's take on mixed-media literacy, making sure tha [...]

    5. Jake Hill on said:

      My gosh! IT WAS INCREDIBLE! Seriously, it just gets better and better the further we go. I feel like I have to take care of Spense by taking away all the nasty things that try to happen to him. It's not fair that his life is so thoroughly messed up. And James needs hugs galore and for someone to help him be safe again like he was as a kid.Sorry, you're meant to be reading a review, not my mental monologue. It won't be much of a review because I had quite literally given this book a 5 stars befor [...]

    6. Nicole on said:

      I pretty-much love everything Vaughn Demont writes. I wouldn't say he can do no wrong, but less than a three-star is impossible.If you've started the series already, reading this is a no-brainer. If you haven't, please don't start here. Start with the first book. If I'm not misremembering, all of Mr. Demont's stories/books are in the same universe, so reading them all just helps flesh out the world and fill in all the blanks. If you're like me and you troll for good authors to follow so you can [...]

    7. Plainbrownwrapper on said:

      Yeah, I blazed right through it. As long as Demont remembers that Spence is the real star of the show, we're best buds.So where's the next one?

    8. Aimee ~is busy sleeping~ on said:

      Squeeeee. I didn't want this to end!!!!!!!!! <3 This has gradually become one of my favorite series ever.

    9. Veronica of V's Reads on said:

      Okay, so this is a M/M urban fantasy which is fourth in a series. I haven't read the previous three books in the series. Sometimes that's okay--however, in this case, I probably should have enjoyed this book more had I followed the series. I also thought the book would be more about a sidekick, but it was rather halfsies, with several points of view.The language was fun and playful, with good wit and a zany plot.This is an urban fantasy, so there exist dragons, sorcerers, dwarves, Fae, half-bree [...]

    10. Crystal Marie on said:

      First off, let me state that I am pretty empirically sure that this is a series you need to read in order. I started with this one and for the first third of the book, I had no idea what was going on. Not in the sense of the story, but because this particular paranormal tale brought in creatures I had no clue of and so my mind battled to categorize all of them, plus all the information thrown at me that I would probably already know if I had read the first three books.That said? This book was aw [...]

    11. Fabiano on said:

      Moving on to it straight out of Book 3, I gotta say I was o tiny bit disappointed. Yeah, it's still GOOD. And yeah, we get to have both Spencer and James in it. But the story is not just as good as the previous volume. Something about James' storyline is lacking.Spencer definitely steals the show here. You can't help but love him with all your heart. If only people gave him credit for trying (REALLY trying) to do good.The end of this book was rather anticlimactic. I mean, a raging battle and all [...]

    12. Skye Blue ☆*~゚ლ(´ڡ`ლ)~*☆ on said:

      4 1/2 stars.I really loved this one. I'm not sure how I feel about the ending.The entire book I was full steam ahead, loving every momentuntil the end. Then I was conflicted.I kinda like it that development.but I'm torn.Now, I would have been okay with the final pairingwith maybe another book? But it kinda took me by surprise. I would have liked James to have had more of a build up to it. It came out of the blue on his side.Then top it off with Ozzie?I didn't know what to think. I felt bad for O [...]

    13. DeeNeez on said:

      Overall, very entertaining with the banter and snark. Found myself grinning a lot whenever Spencer came into the story. The dude is mind blowing crazy. And I loved how the D&D game was woven in.

    14. Arshad on said:

      Not the ending I was expecting. However, it was in character, and did round out the story nicely. A nice step forward in the series, and I liked the nod toward the House of Stone standalone, which brings all the books into continuity. All in all, an enjoyable ride. I look forward to the next.

    15. Kira on said:

      gahVaughn is such an amazing writer! this whole series is so awesome that it makes me drool like homer simpson over a donutere's no way i can say anything without spoilering the bookjust amazing.

    16. Marianne on said:

      Another great read in this series. Some truly funny and touching moments. It felt like an ending, but I wouldn't complain if the author decided to write more of these.

    17. Ptdog on said:

      I thought this would be the last book in the series. Guess not! I liked this story. It'll be interesting to see who gets the sorcerer in the end. My bet's on Parry ;)

    18. Sandra Ramirez on said:

      I really like this story, it's always hard to get in the groove of reading it since its been so long since the previous books. It's was so enjoyable and entertaining.

    19. Piers20 on said:

      Spencer and Ozzie and The Dragons and smithing and Sigel and just ALL THE FEELS

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