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Trading Paint (2012)

by Shey Stahl(Favorite Author)
4.28 of 5 Votes: 3
Shey Stahl Productions
Racing on the Edge
review 1: Ok not sure where to start. I loved the book, but I wish I would have read it first. In my opinion it should be .5 in the series, Shey Stahl said she wrote Trading Paint in preparation for The Champion so it wasn't really planned, now she recommends reading as #2, but I think it would have been best as #1, even before Happy Hour. Trading Paint set the stage for Happy Hour, it was great getting inside the heads of Jameson and Sway from the beginning. There is lots of detail that I think I would have enjoyed more if I didn't know the end.
review 2: Well, I didn't want to do it. I didn't want to pay money to read a prequel of sorts, even if it was from a different point of view. I'm a real stickler for series being read in order, even if they don't need to be
... more. But, I didn't realize what this book was until I blazed through the others grateful that Stahl's Amazon author's page had them numbered. I thought, after finishing Champion, I knew everything I needed to know about Jameson and Sway, boy was I wrong! I'm so very glad I read this book! I truly cannot get enough of these hilarious characters and even revisiting their unrequited love was great, esp from Jameson's POV.I've enjoyed this series so much, while this isn't my favorite book, I love it just as much as the others. I'm thrilled that Stahl decided to share this book with the readers. The Riley's are truly addictive and the portrayal of racing in various series and the lifestyle created was dead on! less
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You don't have to read it, but it's a nice add. I would suggest reading after "happy hour"
It was great to see the events of Happy Hour from Jameson's point of view.
This whole series was amazing!
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