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August 2018--Just finished a first draft! Hooray!
This was better than I thought. I assumed it was all about killing werewolves, which I’m against as I want to be one, but I was wrong 😉Mel 🖤🐶🐺🐾
3.75 StarsWhat a hairy adventure of The Wild West proportions!I LOVE Westerns. My knowledge of this particular period and its historical figures is limited. I probably messed up a few related terms. Regardless, I’ve always been captivated by cowboy culture and country music. My Calamity Jane gave me a slice of that awesomeness.I didn’t get the 1876 rootin’-tootin’ America references scattered throughout this book, but it didn’t hamper my enjoyment. I wasn’t enthusiastic when I found out the stor...
WHAT IS THIS ???A SEQUEL TO MY LADY JANE???AND IT COMES OUT IN 2020???THAT'S LITERALLY IN 3 YEARS!! IDONTACCEPT THISBUT I'M SO HAPPY THAT I CAN OVERLOOK THIS LONG ASS WAIT. Who am I kidding ?? How does one wait for this?
Annnnd now I have a "2020 publication" shelf. o.O
The cover was not orange and green, but I’m still really happy with this book! Western, our Lady Janies’ humor, talking dogs, were-umm, garous, and loads of history to be straightened out! Absolutely outstanding!- - -I'm calling this cover to be orange and green. If it's not, the rainbow will not be complete and I'll be sad. - - - THIS IS AMAZING OMGSH I CAN JUST NOT WAIT.*lowkey singing the songs from the musical*
This was a really good sequel! I'm sad that this is over but Ik we will have more from these three lovley authors. RTC... 1) My lady jane 4/5 stars 2) My plain jane 5/5 stars 3) My calamity jane 4/5 stars
DNF 32% | 29/06/2020It’s a no from me.
3.5 starsFull disclosure: I don't like westerns. I don't watch them, and I don't read them (which is surprising considering how much I like drinking, poker, and shows/movies with guns). The only reason I even read this book was that I just happened to get my hands on an advance copy, which in hindsight is a bit unfair considering some people have been waiting for this book to come out for a couple of years. Hell, before I read this book, I couldn't have told you who Annie Oakley was or what she
10/10/19I love the cover and the synopsis has me pumped! Give me this book ASAP 😍- - - Wait what!? I literally just found out about My Plain Jane like a few hours ago, and now I see we will not only be getting one more book from this brilliant trio but two!? Woah this is like Christmas in July! I am starting to think they'll just do a retelling for every famous Jane we know, and you know what? I am totally fine with that ;D
What that hell?? 2020!?!? How am I suppose to wait 2 years for this book?
Can't wait for this! I hope this isn't the last one and they continue the series 😝
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The Lady Janies deliver once again as they mess with history to give us a happy ending to the Calamity Jane, Annie Oakley, Frank Butler, and Wild Bill Hickok stories.This was a fun, rollicking tale of the Wild West and Deadwood, and werewolves. (Werewolves?!) Yes werewolves, dear reader. I really enjoyed book 3 in their Janey series and can’t wait to see what they do with the Marys!
I am squealing like a pig over here. A remake of Calamity Jane you say?! That's my favourite film - well that and Goonies!
I loved "My Lady Jane". Funny, irreverent. Amazing story and characters. "My plain Jane" bored me to no end. I didn't DNF it because of how much I loved the first one, and because I kept thinking that maybe I wasn't on the right frame of mind for the story.So "My Calamity Jane" was supposed to be my tie breaker: if I did enjoy it I wouls continue with the series. If not, I would assume "My Lady Jane" was a fluke and keep thst one as a lovely unique book.I DNF'ed at page 80. I didn't like the nar...
The third book in The Lady Janies series is another wacky, not quite accurate, happier ever after retelling of a historical Jane. It's Calamity Jane this time, along with her friends Annie Oakley, Frank Butler, and Wild Bill Hickok. And werewolves. And other suprises that I'll stay hushed about so not to spoil the fun.4 bright, hilarious 🌟s. I did have some difficulty getting into this one, not being at all familiar with Calamity Jane and not already having the emotional connection I had with th...
DNF (did not finish) @ 30%-ish due to disingenuous lesbian romance storylineSlow beginning, but fairly ejoyable writing for the most part (up to where I read) and had some wit like the first book in the series, My Lady Jane (which I loved). This novel is an alternative history where Wild Bill, Calamity Jane, and Annie Oakley join forces to not only show off their shooting prowess, but to hunt werewolves on the sly.However, I stopped reading due to the lesbian romance storyline of Calamity Jane.
Actual Rating 3.5I waited for 2 years for this book. From 5 to 3.5 stars, this series is going downhill for me. I don’t know if there’ll be more books in this series. I just want this series to end now.I REALLY loved My Lady Jane, it was HILARIOUS. My Plain Jane had paranormal elements which are not my cup of tea, still, I ended up loving it.My Calamity Jane’s story focuses on woofs/garou/werewolves. I am not much enthusiastic about them either, but interestingly I liked them in this book. I lov...
1.) My Lady Jane ★★★★★2.) My Plain Jane ★★★★★
I enjoyed the first half of this book, because even though I didn't find it as funny as the previous two entries in the series, I liked Frank and Annie Oakley. I also enjoyed the amusing asides from the coauthors, and the absolutely ridiculous anachronisms that they put in on purpose. There are so many delightfully silly elements to this book, including a conversation with a dog where the dog starts quoting lines directly from Pixar's Up. (Some characters have the ability to talk to dogs for rea...
A wild ride from start to finish, My Calamity Jane soars with daredevil heroes (and “hero-eenes” for that matter!), buck-wild action that gallops off the page, and a genuine look at romance, friendship, and family set amongst the Wild West. I haven’t had this much fun with a series in a long time!Just as with all the Lady Janies novels, My Calamity Jane’s biggest asset lies within its heroes and heroines of the plains. Jane, Annie, and Frank create a dynamic trio with so many hijinks, antics, an...
So, um, I really need this - like now. But I have one question. How will "Calamity" fit on the cover? My Lady Jane and My Plain Jane both fit, but there won't be space for the word Calamity.These are the kinds of things I wonder about, apparently.
⭐️ 4.5 stars ⭐️ This has to be the fastest amount of time I got through a book this year. This book was fast paced, full of action and Comedy! I loved all the characters in this book! Especially Annie and Jane because they were strong female characters that really helped to drive the plot in their own way. Even though they both came from different backgrounds they still had similar morals and always did what was right. I also loved Frank’s character, he was funny, caring and was determined. The
This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Short and Simple Review Unfortunately, this turned out to be my least favorite book in the series. I loved My Lady Jane, I enjoyed My Plain Jane, but I just liked this book. Now, I have been in a little of a reading slump lately, but I was hoping that this book would get me out of that slump! I've been reading too many depressing books and I needed the ridiculous humor of this series! But, this book combined two things that I don't typ...
This book was all around disappointing. The writing and humor were juvenille, I realize this is YA but I know the authors are capable of more. Most of the characters lacked any development, they were just uninteresting stereotypes, which means I didn't really care if they defeated the big bad wolf or got eaten. I also dislike the authors choice to make Edward Wheeler a woman. The Janies are known for taking liberties with historical accuracy which is part of their charm but, in my opinion, this
4.5 probablyI didn't like this one quite as much as My Lady Jane, but it was a big improvement from My Plain Jane. As much as I love Annie Oakley, I'm not too into westerns as a genre, but I did enjoy this! I wish that we'd spent less time on the buildup for getting to Deadwood though, and a lot of the conflict in this does stem from miscommunication. I really enjoyed both romances (I had no idea that there would be an f/f one, which was a pleasant surprise that I shipped very hard) and some of
It pains me so much to give anything written by the Lady Janies less than five stars :(((I have been waiting for what feels like CENTURIES for this book to be published. Seeing as My Lady Jane and My Plain Jane, the two other books in the series, are two of my favorites of all time I expected this would be no different!But sadly that was not the case.It seems like everything that made me love the first two books so much was indeed present in this installment, but it just didn’t work as well. The...
This book is so fun. Westerns in general just are, but werewolves, and six shooters, and feminism, oh my! I love the foray into Deadwood, the real live people references and how we get to see all of our favorite historical characters twisted together in this book :)Loved every word!