Life, Liberty, and Laughter! Single mom Molly O'Malley's life is complicated by a sexy Englishman determined to be her white knight, a conspiracy-theory-believing rebel patriot, and a dog with romantic problems. When Homeland Security arrives on the scene, Molly must take a courageous stand for what's right. Coming to her aid? A Goth colleague who lives on the dark side, aLife, Liberty, and Laughter! Single mom Molly O'Malley's life is complicated by a sexy Englishman determined to be her white knight, a conspiracy-theory-believing rebel patriot, and a dog with romantic problems. When Homeland Security arrives on the scene, Molly must take a courageous stand for what's right. Coming to her aid? A Goth colleague who lives on the dark side, a charismatic cowboy preacher who lives on the light side, a quirky psychic who lives between the worlds, and the departed spirit of her best friend. A sassy tale about a woman on the verge of losing everything, who undertakes a quest to slay the dragon of fear and become her own hero. An edgy, irreverent romantic comedy, Red Hot Liberty has been described by critics as "Devin O'Branagan's masterpiece!"...
|Title||:||Red Hot Liberty|
|Number of Pages||:||306 Pages|
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Red Hot Liberty Reviews
A really FUN read from Goodreads giveaway. Molly O’Malley is a single mom, successful real estate agent, whose life is falling apart at every turn. She works with a quirky variety of other agents, including a Goth girl realtor; the owner of the agency is her ex-lover (Molly found him in bed with HIS ex-wife); from her deceased drag queen best friend she inherits a pampered show dog that has to be taken to a ‘animal communicator’; her present boyfriend just found out he has a son who happens to be the devil incarnate; has a conspiracy-theory-believing, tin-foil-covered-hat wearing client who wants to buy a house with her converted gold coins; is followed by Homeland Security; being sued by another agent’s clients; and if that’s not enough - gets taken hostage by a couple running a meth lab out of their house (Goth girl realtor to the rescue!).
Red Hot Liberty is the sequel to Red Hot Property. It features the return of Molly and co., with the addition of a few more quirky characters. Some VERY quirky characters. One of them a hot British man named Robin. Molly is dealing with a "tween" who is becoming a bit obnoxious in that wonderful way that girl tweens have (moms of girls will know what I mean) she (Molly, not the tween) is being sued by a former client, investigated by the feds, the dog is having romance issues and is depressed, things aren't quite right between Molly and her man, and her life seems to be falling apart. And on top of all that, there is trouble with her ex-husband and some dangerous people who are not happy with him.As with the previous novel, Devin O'Branagan has written a novel with interesting plot and sub-plots that also contains a series of vignettes of the zaniest real estate agent experiences that you can imagine. In fact, some of the scenes are I Love Lucy 21 century style worthy. Oh yeah. Imagine Lucy and Ethel with a dog that believes she's human (the humans even treat her like a human) trying to run a real estate business. The dog, Talisman, is quite a character. I cracked up at some of the Talisman episodes. Reminds me of watching a show about how some of the super rich deal with their pooches.....OMG Talisman has better care taken of her than many children do.Red Hot Liberty is a fun, zany read. An interesting story of a single mom making a success out of her life and learning how to trust herself and others. O'Branagan has written a zany story with a few serious subject matters woven in. Broken hearts, mending hearts, new love, money trouble, daughter trouble, safety issues, danger, etc. There are some sober threads made easy to handle with the loony happenings. If we're lucky, our lives could be like that -lots of laughs to counteract the serious scenes of life.
Red Hot Liberty by Devin O’Branagan is the sequel to Red Hot Property, which I have not read. It can be difficult to read a sequel without knowing the characters and situations from the first book. I did struggle a bit with not being able to relate to all the plot points along the way for that reason, but it didn’t completely hinder my reading experience. The book follows Molly O'Malley, who works in real estate and has a slew of personal problems. She is being sued by a former client, her new assistant is hot and comes with a British accent, her tween daughter is acting like a tween, and her dogs are depressed. There is a lot of focus on the dogs in this book, which sometimes seemed odd, but O’Branagan belongs to the Dog Writers Association of America and is a big advocate for animal rescue, and it’s interesting to see how she can translate that passion into her books. Another quirky character is Liberty True, who doesn’t trust the government and believes in many conspiracies. All these sub plot points can be a bit overwhelming at times, and I again wonder if I could have gotten a better grip on the story if I had read the first book. The conspiracies that Liberty True talks about were really intriguing to me, and I actually looked up quite a few on the internet. Overall, I liked this book and even the writing style, but there was a lot going on and a lot of characters to keep track of. I would still recommend Red Hot Liberty, but I would suggest you read Red Hot Property first.
Life Liberty and the Pursuit of Safety was Molly's cry until she met Liberty True and her flag wearing Basset hound Ross. When Liberty first entered Molly's new office she was off put by this forceful tinfoil hat wearing woman who talked about survival and government conspiracies. As their friendship grew however Molly found more then she bargained for. She realized that somethings life, friendship, love, and faith are worth fighting for no matter the consequences. As with Red Hot Property I loved this book it was filled with new and old characters that despite their fictional status I have grown to love them as if they are real and they affect my life accordingly. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes, romance love, friendship, or is searching for the meaning of life.
Even more than the first in the series (Red Hot Property), this book touched my heart and swept me away for a few wonderful hours. Entertaining, moving, and full of characters to fall in love with - this book should be high on everyone's "to read" list"
A must read--very, very funny!
Laugh out loud hilarity. Just when you thought you'd had a bad day at work . . . Fun, plucky, and real. Characters you can live with vicariously, page by page.
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