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When the going gets tough, the tough get their hands dirty. Join NY Times bestselling authors Faith Hunter and Jennifer Estep along with USA Today bestselling authors R.J. Blain, Diana Pharaoh Francis, and Devon Monk on a brand-new romp through magical worlds where the damsels bring the distress, what can go wrong will go wrong, and nothing is as it seems. Adventure with Eli When the going gets tough, the tough get their hands dirty. Join NY Times bestselling authors Faith Hunter and Jennifer Estep along with USA Today bestselling authors R.J. Blain, Diana Pharaoh Francis, and Devon Monk on a brand-new romp through magical worlds where the damsels bring the distress, what can go wrong will go wrong, and nothing is as it seems. Adventure with Eli Younger, Liz Everhart, and Brute in the thrilling world of Jane Yellowrock. Face off against old gods and lost souls at a magical crossroads on Route 66. Become entangled in Ashland’s dark, deadly web with side characters from the Elemental Assassin series. Return to the irreverent world of Beck Wyatt, where disaster waits around every corner and cheesecake makes it all worthwhile. And finally, meet up with the Quinns and friends in the zany world of the Magical Romantic Comedy (with a body count) series. In this collection of all-new urban fantasy and paranormal stories, the gloves are off and simply surviving might just be the dirtiest, most difficult deed of all. stories included: 101 Ways to Die by R.J. Blain (Magical Romantic Comedies series) Putting the Chic in Psychic by Diana Pharaoh Francis (Everyday Disasters series) Liz and Eli Sitting by Faith Hunter (Jane Yellowrock World) Magic School for Geezers by Faith Hunter Oak and Ink by Devon Monk (Souls of the Road series) Heart Strings by Jennifer Estep (Elemental Assassin series)


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When the going gets tough, the tough get their hands dirty. Join NY Times bestselling authors Faith Hunter and Jennifer Estep along with USA Today bestselling authors R.J. Blain, Diana Pharaoh Francis, and Devon Monk on a brand-new romp through magical worlds where the damsels bring the distress, what can go wrong will go wrong, and nothing is as it seems. Adventure with Eli When the going gets tough, the tough get their hands dirty. Join NY Times bestselling authors Faith Hunter and Jennifer Estep along with USA Today bestselling authors R.J. Blain, Diana Pharaoh Francis, and Devon Monk on a brand-new romp through magical worlds where the damsels bring the distress, what can go wrong will go wrong, and nothing is as it seems. Adventure with Eli Younger, Liz Everhart, and Brute in the thrilling world of Jane Yellowrock. Face off against old gods and lost souls at a magical crossroads on Route 66. Become entangled in Ashland’s dark, deadly web with side characters from the Elemental Assassin series. Return to the irreverent world of Beck Wyatt, where disaster waits around every corner and cheesecake makes it all worthwhile. And finally, meet up with the Quinns and friends in the zany world of the Magical Romantic Comedy (with a body count) series. In this collection of all-new urban fantasy and paranormal stories, the gloves are off and simply surviving might just be the dirtiest, most difficult deed of all. stories included: 101 Ways to Die by R.J. Blain (Magical Romantic Comedies series) Putting the Chic in Psychic by Diana Pharaoh Francis (Everyday Disasters series) Liz and Eli Sitting by Faith Hunter (Jane Yellowrock World) Magic School for Geezers by Faith Hunter Oak and Ink by Devon Monk (Souls of the Road series) Heart Strings by Jennifer Estep (Elemental Assassin series)

30 review for Dirty Deeds 2: An Urban Fantasy Collection

  1. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Another anthology. Brought this one for R.J Blain story. Apart from Jennifer Estep, the rest are new to me. Should’ve read the series first. 1) 101 ways to die by R.J Blain. Another one for the romantic comedy with a body count series. The only series I’m up to date with. I liked Josefina, she was a strong likeable character, who could handle the angels and incubi with ease. Alec was pretty much the background boyfriend and the story was gate crashed by the Quinns and Lucy. 3 stars. 2) Putting th Another anthology. Brought this one for R.J Blain story. Apart from Jennifer Estep, the rest are new to me. Should’ve read the series first. 1) 101 ways to die by R.J Blain. Another one for the romantic comedy with a body count series. The only series I’m up to date with. I liked Josefina, she was a strong likeable character, who could handle the angels and incubi with ease. Alec was pretty much the background boyfriend and the story was gate crashed by the Quinns and Lucy. 3 stars. 2) Putting the Chic in Psychic. Everyday disasters by Diana Pharoah Francis. Sequel to Putting the fun in funeral. A lot of spoilers and I don’t think I’ll be reading the first book. Crappy mothers really get me down. Almost immediately Damon is out of the picture, leaving girl power and Stacey’s admirers. Didn’t like the cop but curious about Luke. Deals with abuse. Felt sorry for Lindsey, Beck didn’t seem to get the urgency until the end. 3 stars. 3) Liz and Eli sitting by Faith Hunter. A Jane Yellowrock world novella. Fits between books 13 and 14. I have yet to read book 1. I liked this one. Liz and Eli were interesting. I liked chewy and I’m curious about Brute and Grindy. Definitely a series I’ll give a go. 4 stars. 4) Magic school for geezers by Faith Hunter. Two in a row. Huh, feels a little like cheating but okay. This was a strange one but interesting. The powers were cool, the favourite being the dragons but I did like Marvin. So much swearing. Felt prison like. 3 stars. 5) Oak and Ink by Devon Monk. A sounds of the road novella. Another series I’d be interested in giving a go. I liked most of the characters apart from the mentor. Val was cool as was Crossroads and how possessive the house was. 4 stars. 6) Heart stings by Jennifer Estep. An Elemental assassin novella. Takes place after book 19. I’m kind of gutted I read this one before continuing the series, as I’ll have to read enemy Hugh. I liked the duo and did give myself massive spoilers. It was fun with some interesting powers being thrown around. 4 stars.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Darcy

    This review is based only on the following stories. Liz and Eli Sitting by Faith Hunter I really like Liz and Eli as a couple, but it seems like maybe they aren't quite that solid yet. I think both of them want it, just aren't sure about the other. With this adventure it seems like they end up more sure, but man...it was one thing after another coming at them. Just when they thought they got things figured out, the realized they didn't. And they had great help in Brute, a grindy and Chewy, who wa This review is based only on the following stories. Liz and Eli Sitting by Faith Hunter I really like Liz and Eli as a couple, but it seems like maybe they aren't quite that solid yet. I think both of them want it, just aren't sure about the other. With this adventure it seems like they end up more sure, but man...it was one thing after another coming at them. Just when they thought they got things figured out, the realized they didn't. And they had great help in Brute, a grindy and Chewy, who was very funny! Would love to see more of him. I was glad to see how this one ended, fingers crossed for those that were hurt. Magic School for Geezers by Faith Hunter This one was weird for me. I ended up DNF'ing it. Oak and Ink by Devon Monk This one was ok for me. Ericka really had to face a lot, had to decide if she should help people from her past that have hurt her. Being a good person she did, it was the right move to make for herself. I'm intrigued by the changes that happened and what that will bring her going forward. I'm also glad that she figured out what she needed to ask when handing back what was lost. Heart Strings by Jennifer Estep I liked that with this one we got to see more of the secondary characters in the Gin Blanco world. Lorelei is a favorite of mine. It was fun to see her stand up to an enemy, better to see her spar verbally with Hugh. I do like how this one ended in more than one way. Loved that Lorelei has one less enemy, love that Lorelei and Hugh know where they stand with each other and love Lorelei's new assistant.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kathy Davie

    An anthology of six stories in the urban fantasy/paranormal romance genre in which the gloves are off and simply surviving might just be the dirtiest, most difficult deed of all. The Series "101 Ways to Die" (Magical Romantic Comedies, 15.5) "Putting the Chic in Psychic" (Everyday Disasters, 1.5) "Liz and Eli Sitting" (Jane Yellowrock, 13.2) "Oak and Ink" (Souls of the Road, ) "Heart Stings" (Elemental Assassin, 19.5) The Stories R.M. Blain's "101 Ways to Die" This was weird. If you want a total nons An anthology of six stories in the urban fantasy/paranormal romance genre in which the gloves are off and simply surviving might just be the dirtiest, most difficult deed of all. The Series "101 Ways to Die" (Magical Romantic Comedies, 15.5) "Putting the Chic in Psychic" (Everyday Disasters, 1.5) "Liz and Eli Sitting" (Jane Yellowrock, 13.2) "Oak and Ink" (Souls of the Road, ) "Heart Stings" (Elemental Assassin, 19.5) The Stories R.M. Blain's "101 Ways to Die" This was weird. If you want a total nonsense story, this is it. I did appreciate the theme counteracting racism with an encouragement (and promotion) of a mixed race woman. Once you get far enough in and figure out what is going on and who is what, it is fun and made me wish that police departments were all as giving, lol. Diana Pharaoh Francis "Putting the Chic in Psychic" I'm ambivalent about the main character, Beck Wyatt, as she's so passive-aggressive in her thoughts. To be fair, Beck did have a HORRIBLE childhood. As for the police reaction to complaints from women without power, yeah. That figures. Francis uses first person protagonist point-of-view from Beck's perspective, so we know everything that she experiences and thinks. I did like how supportive the friends are of each other and other women. Francis needs to have another look at the difference between "Suit vs Suite vs Sweet". Faith Hunter's "Liz and Eli Sitting" It's another camping trip for Liz and Eli with Chewy coming along. I laughed at Hunter's description of the drama queen; it was so picturesque and portrayed her brilliantly. There was a weird bit in here with Brute expressing his attraction to Liz. Cia has a new gig that utilizes her magic. Hunter is using third person quadruple protagonist point-of-view from Liz's, Eli's, Chewy's, and Brute's perspectives. Liz is mostly angsting over her relationship with Eli and how much she (unreasonably) hates Jane. Eli alternates between admiring Liz's skills and concern about his vampire blood intake. The Characters Liz Everhart is a stone witch who runs a magical investigative business with her twin. Cia, a moon witch, is Liz's twin who is engaged to country music star Ray Conyers. Molly Everhart Trueblood is another sister who's married to Big Evan Trueblood, an air sorcerer with a Gift for music. Regan and Amelia are more sisters without any magic. Seven Sassy Sisters is the Everhart restaurant. Evangelina had been her oldest sister seduced by the dark side in Raven Cursed , 4. Eli "Hoss" Younger, a.k.a. Captain America, a former Ranger, is a partner in Yellowrock Securities along with his younger brother, Alex "the Kid", who is a computer genius. Both brothers have been adopted by Jane Yellowrock, the Dark Queen of the Mithrans, whose headquarters is the Inn. "Chewy", another former Ranger and teammate of Eli's, likes the challenge. Gee DiMercy is the New Orleans Mercy Blade, who can stop a person from becoming a werewolf, if called in time. Brute is a man who's been forced into his white werewolf shape by the angel Hayyel. Sarge is a werewolf in Blood in Her Veins: "Beneath a Bloody Moon", 6.5. Rick LaFleur heads up the local PsyLED office ( Raven Cursed ). Charles Drake, Mr. Moneybags, and Felicity Hogg Drake, are distraught at the slaughter of Felicity's chickens. Sugar BooBoo is Felicity's Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. This Dwayyo, a half-form wolf-bear-human hybrid and nearly indestructible, has air and death magic. Faith Hunter's "Magic School for Geezers" It's an interesting perspective on magic with old folks suddenly coming into their powers and needing help in handling it. If only greed hadn't reared its ugly head. I gotta confess, that this didn't have Hunter's usual professionalism in the writing although I did appreciate that most of the good guys were nicely set financially and that they're all old and still rockin' it. Hunter uses third person quadruple protagonist point-of-view from Dani's, Sandra's, Mable's, and Marvin's perspectives. Yeah, Hunter needs to take a look at the difference between "Suit vs Suite vs Sweet" as well. Devon Monk's "Oak and Ink" There is quite a bit of back history in this harking back to previous Souls of the Road stories. It is a great way to provide background for "Oak and Ink". There's quite a bit of angst as Ricky goes over and over about Card's past betrayal. It does have an interesting cast of supernatural characters, and Monk crams quite a bit in and uses first person protagonist point-of-view from Ricky's perspective. Jennifer Estep's "Heart Stings" It's only fair that Mallory and Stuart get an incident-free wedding reception, especially after events in Last Strand , 19, but it's rather tacky of them to do it now. Especially with what Mallory reveals at the end. There's plenty of back story in here about Lorelei and Hugh Tucker, but Estep has way too many info dumps in this. Hugh Tucker's character is an enigma. He puts his cold intelligence to work for crime bosses and yet he does do good deeds now and again. Ya just never know which way he'll swing. Estep uses first person protagonist point-of-view from Lorelei's perspective — I know, shocking, lol. I do wanna know why Lorelei doesn't move the danged filing cabinet when she keeps banging her knees on it. The Characters Lorelei Pike with a weak Ice Gift used to smuggle but now sources items for demanding clients. Lily Rose Pike had been Lorelei's abused mother who kept trying to get away. Renaldo Pike had been her very abusive father. Raymond Pike had been her equally bad brother. Dario Valdez is one of her watchmen at the warehouse; his wife, Karlotta, is Lorelei's personal assistant. Jack Corbin had been her right-hand man. Mallory Parker, a dwarf, is Lorelei's many-greats-grandmother who recently married Stuart Mosley, another dwarf and president of First Trust Bank. Gin Blanco, a.k.a. the Spider, is the Elemental Assassin, current Queen of the Underworld, and the owner of the popular Pork Pit restaurant. Sophie Deveraux, a dwarf with an Air Gift, is the head cook. Silvio Sanchez, a gay vampire, is Gin's essential personal assistant; Liam Carter, with his blend of dwarven and giant blood, is Silvio's significant other and provides protection services. Fletcher Lane, a.k.a. the Tin Man, had been Gin's foster father and an assassin who had taught Gin the trade. Owen Grayson is Gin's significant other. Finn Lane is Gin's foster brother. Detective Bria Coolidge is Gin's sister. Xavier, a giant, is Bria's partner on the police force. The murdered Eira Snow had been Gin and Bria's mother. She'd also been loved by Tucker. Jo-Jo Deveraux, Sophie's sister and also with an Air Gift, runs a beauty salon. Roslyn Phillips is the vampire owner of the Northern Aggression nightclub and a friend of Gin's. Underwood's is a fancy and expensive restaurant. The Rhododendron Inn is a luxury resort built by Marisol Patton in the early 1900s. Vaughn Constructions will redo Lorelei's office — and be the triggering incident. Clyde O'Neal had been partners with Dimitri Barkov ( Spider's Trap , 13); now O'Neal is plaguing Lorlei. Hugh Tucker, a vampire, works for all the worst criminal bosses. Emery Slater, a female giant, had crashed the first reception. Mason Mitchell, Gin's uncle with a powerful Stone magic, had been a vicious longtime leader of the Circle, a secret crime society. Alanna Eaton had been a cannibalistic vampire ( Venom in the Veins , 17). Dierdre Shaw had been Finn's bad mother ( Bitter Bite , 14). Walter Butler is a hit man. The Cover and Title The cover is a neon glow of an angled royal blue billboard with the title in a pale yellow and to the right of (I'm guessing) Rhi or Lorel with her long and flowing blonde hair wearing a leather jacket bathed in fuchsia and purples, holding a fuchsia knife in her left hand. Starting at her right wrist is the number 2 in a pale turquoise with the shadow of a wolf crossing its lower half. At McMarin's hip is an info blurb in pale yellow and the authors listed below it in a darker yellow. The title refers to Dirty Deeds 2 being the second anthology.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Alisha Henri

    Absolutely a Fantastic Anthology From the first story, R J Blain's, to the last, Jennifer Estep's, the stories are all a combination of fascinating characters, interesting settings, and intriguing and sometimes scary plot lines with delightful touches of humor at perfect times. I've read stories written by each author at one time or another, and each is superb. Having followed Faith Hunter's Jane Yellow rock series since the first book, " Skinwalker," I totally enjoyed reading about another adven Absolutely a Fantastic Anthology From the first story, R J Blain's, to the last, Jennifer Estep's, the stories are all a combination of fascinating characters, interesting settings, and intriguing and sometimes scary plot lines with delightful touches of humor at perfect times. I've read stories written by each author at one time or another, and each is superb. Having followed Faith Hunter's Jane Yellow rock series since the first book, " Skinwalker," I totally enjoyed reading about another adventure involving two of the supporting characters, Liz Ever hart and Eli Younger. However, Ms. Hunter's next story, a different world and characters, is delightful, and I do hope she'll expand by writing more about it. So much fun. Diana Pharoah Francis' and Devon Monk's contributions are equally excellent. This is, perhaps, the first anthology in which I've enjoyed reading every story, partially because I am drawn into them as if I were there. Congratulations to the authors!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Maggie Mcdonald

    1. 101 ways to die- It was great to see the Quinns again but as fun as they are, plot was a bit light & thin 2. Putting the Chic in Psychic - Holy cow this story drew me in. Great to see these old characters again plus fully drawn out new people to meet. Add in a few plots that weave together & you have a very satisfying read. 3. Liz & Eli Sitting - love, love, love these characters & the world & her stories never disappoint. 4. Magic School for Geezers - fun read 5. Oak & Ink - I have to be honest, 1. 101 ways to die- It was great to see the Quinns again but as fun as they are, plot was a bit light & thin 2. Putting the Chic in Psychic - Holy cow this story drew me in. Great to see these old characters again plus fully drawn out new people to meet. Add in a few plots that weave together & you have a very satisfying read. 3. Liz & Eli Sitting - love, love, love these characters & the world & her stories never disappoint. 4. Magic School for Geezers - fun read 5. Oak & Ink - I have to be honest, I didn't make it far into the first Souls of the Road book & put it aside. But after reading this story I think I have to give it a second chance. Story & characters drew me in & kept my attention all the way through. 6. Heart Strings - always great to visit Ashland & I'm happy we got Lorelei & Hugh's story Overall, another great collection full of interesting reads

  6. 5 out of 5

    Brenda Rezk

    I bought this HUGE collection for the two Fath Hunter stories - one from the Jane Yellowrock world featuring Liz and Eli and the other a completely new world. The non-Yellowrock story was called Geezers. When magical abilities appear late in life, seniors go to a retirement home-type magic school to learn to use their powers. When people go missing, a team of Geezers goddess undercover to investigate! Fabulous story! I hope to see the Geezers again! I have read a number of R J Blain's books, so I I bought this HUGE collection for the two Fath Hunter stories - one from the Jane Yellowrock world featuring Liz and Eli and the other a completely new world. The non-Yellowrock story was called Geezers. When magical abilities appear late in life, seniors go to a retirement home-type magic school to learn to use their powers. When people go missing, a team of Geezers goddess undercover to investigate! Fabulous story! I hope to see the Geezers again! I have read a number of R J Blain's books, so I enjoyed her story, featuring the cindercorns, as well. I think some people might be a bit confused or overwhelmed by Satan, angels, were creatures, etc., if they haven't read any of the series though. The other authors were new to me, but I enjoyed their stories, as well.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sam

    I read the Jennifer Estep Spider series part of the collection which was called "Heart Stings" Finally we got Lorelei and Hugh's story. I was waiting for it ever since it was hinted that they both were interested in each other. The way they always call each other formally by their last names :) It was also great to catch up on our other favorite Ashland Bosses and some of the Spider Crew :D Hopefully we get more of Gin's story and maybe other small stories like this keep on coming :) I read the Jennifer Estep Spider series part of the collection which was called "Heart Stings" Finally we got Lorelei and Hugh's story. I was waiting for it ever since it was hinted that they both were interested in each other. The way they always call each other formally by their last names :) It was also great to catch up on our other favorite Ashland Bosses and some of the Spider Crew :D Hopefully we get more of Gin's story and maybe other small stories like this keep on coming :)

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rozanne Cadotte

    So Good! Just added some new authors to my list! Ack! More titles to go on my TBR pile! Diana, and Jennifer, you are in really good company, for I have been reading Devon from the beginning and added RJ and Faith over the last two years. Such great stories and vivid imaginations always get five stars from me!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Midge

    Fun read I was leery when I got this because so often when I get books like this, the favored author in it is the only one whose story I enjoy. This was not the case with this. I of course loved my favorite authors the most but truly enjoyed them all. Makes me really happy I got this!😍😍

  10. 4 out of 5

    Charlie

    Mixed Marvelous It's really hard to be on the same anthology with Faith Hunter and Jennifer Estep. It isn't fair to anyone, actually, because of it were only their three stories, my rating would be five -star. Mixed Marvelous It's really hard to be on the same anthology with Faith Hunter and Jennifer Estep. It isn't fair to anyone, actually, because of it were only their three stories, my rating would be five -star.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

    Great book! All of the stories are amazing!! I hadn’t read all of the authors before, but I will be getting some of their other books now. All the authors were able to bring you into the worlds they created and leave you wanting more. You won’t regret purchasing this book!!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Trudey Roe

    Great Arthur's writing wonderful stories! Each of these writers presenting a new treasure to add to your keeper shelf! Creative world building with inventive story lines and characters that engage and enchant! Never miss a Dirty Deeds anthology! Great Arthur's writing wonderful stories! Each of these writers presenting a new treasure to add to your keeper shelf! Creative world building with inventive story lines and characters that engage and enchant! Never miss a Dirty Deeds anthology!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Margaret Killeen

    Sequels can be better than the original Dirty Deeds 2 lived up to its predecessor with great stories bt wonderful authors. Every story was great with action, suspense, danger and finally an HFN.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Cryogenic Fire

    Entertaining Every author absolutely knocked it out of the park. I can quite honestly say that I loved each and every contribution and I was kept thoroughly entertained from the first contribution to the last. Fantastic!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    If you look at the authors included in this collection, it is obvious that one can't really go wrong expecting good things. I loved that it started out with a Magical Romantic Comedy from R.J. Blain. While I am familiar with all the authors, the MagRomCom is one of my very favorite series. If you look at the authors included in this collection, it is obvious that one can't really go wrong expecting good things. I loved that it started out with a Magical Romantic Comedy from R.J. Blain. While I am familiar with all the authors, the MagRomCom is one of my very favorite series.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Luiken

    Haven't read them all yet, but thought I'd add as I go... PUTTING THE CHIC IN PSYCHIC by Diana Pharaoh Francis Short novella/long novella by one of my favourite urban fantasy writers. This is book 1.5 in her Everyday Disasters series, which I love. Great dialogue, take-no-shit characters, female friendships and hints of more magic and mayhem to come. HEART STINGS by Jennifer Estep Set in her Elemental Assassins world, but Estep uses the novella form to explore side characters, this time Lorelei Par Haven't read them all yet, but thought I'd add as I go... PUTTING THE CHIC IN PSYCHIC by Diana Pharaoh Francis Short novella/long novella by one of my favourite urban fantasy writers. This is book 1.5 in her Everyday Disasters series, which I love. Great dialogue, take-no-shit characters, female friendships and hints of more magic and mayhem to come. HEART STINGS by Jennifer Estep Set in her Elemental Assassins world, but Estep uses the novella form to explore side characters, this time Lorelei Parker and Hugh Tucker. I loved how creative Lorelei was with her ice and metal magic. LIZ AND ELI SITTING... by Faith Hunter Enjoyable novella set in the Jane Yellowrock world but with side characters, Jane's partner Eli and Liz Everhart (stone witch). I especially liked the glimpse into Brute's mind.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Mccammon

    A fantastic collection of some of my favorite authors. Really enjoyed the entire book

  18. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    This is a great combination of some great authors!!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jackie Bach

    Great This is an amazing collection by a bunch of amazing authors working together! I can’t wait to see what happens next!!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sctechsorceress

    A fine collection of stories with a supernatural twist. Most of the authors were new to me, but I am sure that more of their work will turn up in my library soon.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kat Klein

    Multiple awesome shorts by authors I love!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Fire Raven

    I love all these authors, but I hate that these are all short stories!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Hal Lynch

  24. 4 out of 5

    Nathan

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jenn

  26. 5 out of 5

    T'Sheal

  27. 4 out of 5

    Julie S

  28. 4 out of 5

    Lane Meyer

  29. 5 out of 5

    Shayera Tangri

  30. 4 out of 5

    Beryl E. Shorts

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