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Who Needs Enemies

Who Needs Enemies Harriet Phillecky is a rare part elf part siren and wanted by neither race Not that she really cares A successful news photographer turned paranormal investigator she now has a family of friends tha

  • Title: Who Needs Enemies
  • Author: Keri Arthur
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  • Page: 218
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  • Harriet Phillecky is a rare part elf, part siren and wanted by neither race Not that she really cares A successful news photographer turned paranormal investigator, she now has a family of friends that includes ogres who constantly raid her refrigerator and take over her TV, and a dragon who drinks far too much for his own good.But when the only elvan relative she hasHarriet Phillecky is a rare part elf, part siren and wanted by neither race Not that she really cares A successful news photographer turned paranormal investigator, she now has a family of friends that includes ogres who constantly raid her refrigerator and take over her TV, and a dragon who drinks far too much for his own good.But when the only elvan relative she has any contact with asks her to investigate the disappearance of a siren, she finds herself unable to refuse.All too quickly the disappearance becomes murder, relatives come out of the woodwork, and a man she d much rather forget steps back into her life Harri wants nothing than to run especially when the evidence beats a path to the doors of those who d long ago abandoned her But when the life she s created for herself comes under threat, Harri has little choice but to hunt down a killer before everything she holds dear is destroyed.

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    1. 3.5I am going to be fair and rate this as a series teaser. So far there is only one book, but after all this set-up it wouldn't be fair to us not to continue. So, as the first book in a series it is great.There is almost zero info-dumping regarding this world. Every piece of information you get, whether it is about ogres, gnomes, dragons, sirens, elves, trolls, their habits, beliefs or anything else, is connected to whatever is going on at that moment in the book. So, that way you don't find out [...]

    2. This book is indie published and, unfortunately, it shows. The cover is bad enough, but the editing ouch. That said, the story was at least interesting and the setting has enough depth to be engaging.I'm a little conflicted about the main character. So much in UF depends on a strong viewpoint character and I don't so much mean physically (which is good because Harri isn't very tough). She's no wimp or anything, but physical confrontation really isn't her cuppa. But I'm torn because while she's b [...]

    3. Re-read on 11/23/2014Rating confirmed. I really liked this UF, even if the second time around her loyalty came too near to stupidity for my tastes. Not in itself, but simply because there was no explanation for it. I needed a reason to accept such blindness for the sake of the story, but it wasn't linked neither to race nor to personal history. So, a nit for me. -----------------------------I had almost missed this new book by Ms Arthur. The cover reminded me of an indie novel and I was a bit we [...]

    4. Seriously?!Seriously?! Story was really good and so was the few romance scenes but it needed more and was a terrible romance ending. Forgivable if there was a book two but there isn't!

    5. No romance here. And with this book being published in 2013, I seriously doubt there will be a sequel in which a romance could happen. Which is a shame, because it was a fun read and I was really looking forward to seeing if anything happened between Harri and Kaij. I thought there was more to this "series" when I snagged this book. Guess I need to do my research before starting a series from now on.

    6. Reviewed by Whitney@Shooting Stars ReviewsHarri is a part elf part siren, P.I. who isn't wanted by either side of her family really. She is known as an outcast, and remote, but she does have a group of friends. And when the one relative who actually wants something to do with her needs her help with a case, things start to get a little bit crazy for her. She has to find out who the murder is, and before they try anything else to someone else. But the suspects keep piling up, and they seem to be [...]

    7. I was thrilled to find this book by Keri Arthur, I had no idea that it was out so when I seen it, being an avid fan, I dived onto to buy it immediately.In this PI book, we meet all sorts of paranormal beings and Harriet, a PI, is part Elvin and Siren she is asked to investigate the disappearance of a Siren and then turns up all sorts of information that points fingers in every directionA good book, if this is going to be a new series, a great starting point and I have to say I love Hari and the [...]

    8. Who Needs Enemies was a brilliant start to a new series by Keri Arthur.Elves, sirens, dragons, oh my! Harriet Phillecky (try saying that 10 times fast) is a ½ breed; half elf and half siren. Not accepted by her family she has a made a life and a family for herself. When a blood relative comes a calling it’s never going to be good. When they come asking for favors you know its even worse…Harri finds herself caught up in trying to clear her dragon friend’s drunken murderous flight and the d [...]

    9. Seriously?! Story was really good and so was the few romance scenes but it needed more and was a terrible romance ending. Forgivable if there was a book two but there isn't!

    10. I really wanted to like this book, as I love the author's Riley Jensen series. But from page 1 I was bored. It didn't get better as I went along, the mystery should have pulled me in a bit, Harri's flamboyant brother should have made me want to keep reading, to see him blackmail her into more of a relationship, instead he too over the top. In the end this one just wasn't for me.

    11. Good first effort (new series, that is, from an experienced author). Harri is an engaging character with a really screwed-up family - always a fun story background - and a lot of friends of various species. We need to learn a lot more about those friends and those species, though, things that are only hinted at as "Enemies" careens along; but as with any series it can take two or three installments before the author (and her readers) begin to feel comfortable in their world. None of which should [...]

    12. Actual rating - 3.5 Cover & Title - 4 Favourite quote -“Well, strap my ass to a flagpole and hoist it skyward' an all to familiar voice declared.” Favourite character - HarriI have mixed feeling about this book, this is mostly because it was not what I expected. It has no romance in it at all, I was not aware of this when I picked the book up so I was disappointed. It is shelved a few times as romance on - it is not. It is an UF mystery.There are some typo's/etc but as I am not a gramma [...]

    13. I enjoyed this and am really looking forward to the next book. The tortured love thing is in here, which I hope doesn't get too drawn out, or the off/on/unresolved thing. Those aspects of any series drives me insane - it bores me to death, and has made me ditch more than one series. Another fact which peeves me is a heroine that doesn't seem to ever be kept down, even after the direst of injuries. Again - please, save me from the robotic effect.I found the supernatural characters fun, which ligh [...]

    14. I really liked Harri, Guy, Keale, Mo, Curly, Val, Darryl! Pretty much everyone!! Hopefully there's a book 2!

    15. Wow! Great story! Great characters!I don't often write reviews, but this is one book I had to write about. It had everything I love in a story-great characters, convoluted plot, fantasy, a P.I. and snark. I really can't wait for the next story about Harri to be written and published. Hurry Keri Arthur!

    16. This book was very good. I really enjoyed it. The one thing that detracted from reading this book was the format of the book. This does not affect my rating but the format of the book was terrible! There was a break (like a paragraph break) after every sentence or two. Took me forever to adjust to that. Didn't like that at all!

    17. seems to think this is the first book in a series but on the author's website, it's listed as a standalone. That's too bad. I would've liked to have seen this character grow. And I'd also have liked to have found out just what the heck Kaij's deal is.

    18. Loved itI was engaged with the opening line and didn't stop reading until the end. I hope to find more Harri Phillecky soon!!

    19. Quirky, and a very different world than she’s ever created. No romance but past heartache come back. I did enjoy this book and as usual the lead character was a badass woman. Looking forward to more.

    20. This book was entertaining, and I'm curious as to why a second book wasn't released. I would have liked to read what Happens with Harri and Keij.

    21. I just read this book for the first time. I really loved the characters. There were some story issues, but would love to read more in this world!

    22. Keri Arthur's Who Need Enemies is her foray into the self-published industry. And it was pretty awesome! Although, it does ring a little differently from her usual style, but still pretty awesome! As I always enjoy a good mystery and Keri certainly delivers on that account!Harri is part siren and part elf. She's pretty much an outcast to each species and the only one who really cares about her is her uncle on her father's side. Her father is a real winner as well, as she was an illegitimate chil [...]

    23. Harri Phillecky is a former newspaper photographer turned private eye. She is also half siren and half elf and not accepted by either side of her family. She isn't like her siren mother though she understands and accepts her lifestyle. Nor is she acknowledged by her elf father whose relationship with a siren is a matter of great embarrassment to him.When her elven Uncle Lyle comes to her to have her find out what happened to his siren girlfriend Mona, Harri is back in the middle of things she wo [...]

    24. You won’t find any werewolves or vampires in this world set in Australia. What you do get are sirens, elves, ogres, trolls, dwarves, gargoyles, dark fae, gnomes, dragons, witches and I’m sure I’m forgetting some. None are considered monsters although some groups are better liked than others.Harri—short for Harriet—is half siren and half elf. She works as a PI with her friend Ceri, a former cop and while trying to build their business Harri also works as a photographer.Her dragon friend [...]

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