Paperback copies of Red Fox are now available for purchase of $13 by clicking HERE. Ships internationally.
E-books of Red Fox are still available in any e-reader format at Smashwords and at Amazon’s Kindle Store for $2.99.
Meanwhile, one of the first reviews for Red Fox is in…
Once again, Candice over at Baked in Vancouver offered her humorous two cents on Red Fox, Book Two in the Experiment in Terror Series.
“Right from the beginning, I found myself relating to Perry again. Her sarcastic attitude, accompanied by her witty humor reminded me of the type of people I am generally friends with.”
“As the story develops, we meet some new characters who truly illustrate my favourite parts about both of the novels so far — the dialogue. Karina has a way of writing dialogue that makes it feel like she recorded an actual conversation and then, like a stenographer, replays and writes it out word for word. It makes you feel like you are a fly on the wall, or in this case — a crow in Alburquerque.”
“From the first book, I had formed an opinion of Dex Foray that wasn’t the best. I found him arrogant and a little psychotic and frankly, I thought Perry could do better (even if they aren’t dating…but I’m calling it now). As you make your way deeper into Red Fox, you’re introduced to a softer side of the usually silent man. His vulnerability and new found emotions, made me want Perry to give him a rose at the next Bachelorette rose ceremony so that he sticks around for a bit. The relationship between them heads in all different directions, and believe me when I say that you’ll want to keep up. At one point I wanted to deboard the plane, get chased by a bear and go sit in a tree. Read the book. You’ll want to do that too.”
You can read the rest of the review HERE Don’t worry, it contains no spoilers