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This short story is in the Night Huntress series but its not about Cat and Bones. Its about one of the vampires Bones sired, Chance. Bones asks Chance to step in and help one of his friends's grandchildren and Chance took that chance and helped out... He ended up meeting a lovely lady and helped her out of her problems with some mafia guys caused by her brother.
I enjoyed this short story and finally it came as an audiobook. Was waiting for it and the other short stories for a while now.
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Would you consider the audio edition of Happily Never After to be better than the print version?
I did not read the print version. However, I cannot imagine enjoying the story more than when it is read to me by the superb Tavia Gilbert.
What did you like best about this story?
Grandma Greta was pretty awesome. She has a sweet relationship with Bones, and his handmaiden (what is the male equivalent to that?) Chance. She has a colorful and somewhat sorrowful past that lead to an interesting, long life. She will stop at nothing to protect her granddaughter, and when she calls in her chits, there is hell to pay for certain over-blown mobsters. I also liked it when Isabella's loser brother shows up, and Grandma is disgusted with him, and then when he question's Isabella's sanity in believing in the undead, Grandma calmly sets him straight. Too funny.
Which character – as performed by Tavia Gilbert – was your favorite?
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I loved how calm Chance was in every instance when the mobsters try to kill him. He is like, 'really?' over and over. It's pretty funny.
Any additional comments?
This is a great short story, as a spin-off from the Night Huntress series. Well developed, fun conclusion, and well worth the read.