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My itchy feet drug me to the ATL one night for a light flirt, but I didn't get me no R and R. 'Stead, I found a hobo, a ghost, and a trio of vampires, and me with my best weapons locked in the trunk of my daddy's car.

That'll learn me to drive down to the city, if I made it off the Gold Line alive.

©2017 C.D. Watson (P)2017 C.D. Watson

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I love Sunshine Walkingstick...

This is a dynamite short story, and a great addition to Sunshine Walkingstick's world!
It's simply tons of fun as Sunshine tries to work out what her options are in a train car that's mostly empty...  except for the ghost, 3 vampires, a homeless person, and a young woman... Where are the weapons when you need them?!?!?

 Rebecca Winder once again gives voice to Sunshine,  rounding out her character with that lovely Southern Appalachian accent! 

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Really enjoyed

“ I voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”
I really enjoy the book series and will recommend it to anyone looking for a good book series

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Short story, but no context in timeline

Sunny short story. Riding on train in what may or may not be Atlanta metro area. No clue when it takes place in timeline of series. Most of it is a physical fight, but with a little twist at the end. BUT it’s concise and doesn’t have her fake belittling herself, which is refreshing. If she’s so badass on supernaturals, has the confidence to take them on, then it’s inconsistent to belittle herself. Hope Ms Roman fazes that out if she plans to continue the series. I’ve listened to books 2&3, also, and book 1 is on my get to list.
Ms Winder IS wonderfully consistent in her narration.