• Title: The Accidental Human
  • Author: Dakota Cassidy
  • ISBN: 9780425225950
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Accidental Human Immortality bites new from the author of Accidentally Dead and The Accidental Werewolf Wanda Schwartz is raking in the dough selling Bobbie Sue Cosmetics and she s a pro at recruiting new saleswomen S
    Immortality bites new from the author of Accidentally Dead and The Accidental Werewolf Wanda Schwartz is raking in the dough selling Bobbie Sue Cosmetics and she s a pro at recruiting new saleswomen So, she s shocked when a man comes to one of her in home parties a very hot man Heath Jefferson is sure to put some extra spin into a lot of women s color wheels When WandImmortality bites new from the author of Accidentally Dead and The Accidental Werewolf Wanda Schwartz is raking in the dough selling Bobbie Sue Cosmetics and she s a pro at recruiting new saleswomen So, she s shocked when a man comes to one of her in home parties a very hot man Heath Jefferson is sure to put some extra spin into a lot of women s color wheels When Wanda is diagnosed with a terminal illness, it doesn t have to be a death sentence With a werewolf and a vampire for best friends, she has options that most ordinary people wouldn t As Wanda ponders what to do about her mortality, Heath reveals he has secrets, and one of them is that his former bloodlust has turned into an old fashioned lust for Wanda And he s already given up too much to lose the love of his lifetimes.

    One Reply to “The Accidental Human”

    1. I laughed, I cried, and I smiled. "The Accidental Human" is Dakota Cassidy's final novel in her 'Accidental' series and it's a great ending to a series that combines heaping doses of humor, hot sex, and paranormal happily ever afters.Wanda is the peacemaker of her two friends. They all met when they signed up to sell Bobbie-Sue cosmetics. Nina, the brash one, was accidentally made a vampire; and Marty, the go-getter, was accidentally bitten by a werewolf. So now Wanda is the lone human who still [...]

    2. I need to preface this by saying this is my opinion only. It's based on my own preferences and I have a lot of friends who enjoy similar books to me who loved it. I'm glad to have read these books in that I gleefully passed them all on to one of these friends and she's enjoyed them very much. We're all different. So take my comments on board and make your own decision. I've tried to explain the issues I had clearly so you can make your own mind up whether they'd bother you or not.But boy was I g [...]

    3. Read for Fun/Listened for Review (Paperback/Tantor)Overall Rating: 4.25Story Rating: 4.00Character Rating: 4.50Audio Rating: 4.00 (not part of the overall rating)First Thought when Finished: Still really enjoying my 2nd visit to this series! I still teared up again in The Accidental Human by Dakota Cassidy the second time around.Original Review from 2010:What I Loved: Almost everything about this book. It made me laugh, cry, and want to tag along for the ride. Wanda grew so much during this book [...]

    4. Somewhat more substantive than the first two in the series. Maybe because the emotional crisis of the main character is more relatable, since I can imagine how it would feel to be told I was dying more easily than being told I'd become a werewolf or a vampire. But I'm guessing it's also because the author had a friend who really did die of the same disease. She doesn't say that, but book 2's dedication said something encouraging to a friend who was clearly ill (I noticed but don't remember the e [...]

    5. Dakota Cassidy continues to surprise me. Normally her spiel is sarcastic, light-hearted love stories with some steamy sex and a happy ending. Now, we get most of this in The Accidental Human. However, she chose to touch on a very sensitive subject; cancer. I'm not sure why; I'm appreciative that she did. It makes Wanda and Heath's meeting bittersweet, but that much more joyful at the end of the book. This is hands-down the most serious in tone in the series, but I feel that this is fitting, seei [...]

    6. I'm DNF this one. I just don't like Wanda & Health as characters much less care about them as a couple. I'll skip ahead to the next book.

    7. Better. Easily my favorite of the series so far. The humor is starting to feel a lot less forced, for one. I think the character felt a lot more authentic and even though there was still that annoying emphasis on swearing, it felt more appropriate in this character. I think it really helped that the subject matter was deeper - we're dealing with serious illness and that just lends itself to a better book I think. It really brought the friendship to a new and interesting height. I read it much fa [...]

    8. Wanda has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and has been given six months to live. Unlike her supernatural friends Marty and Nina, Wanda has not had the luck of meeting a supernatural lover and so decides that it's time to get her affairs in order, so as not to burden her friends and family when she is gone. Enter the very human Heath Jefferson. Heath is down on his luck and very much in need of a job and so decides to answer Wanda's ad for a make up sales person. First, Heath must convince Wan [...]

    9. This book would be great if Wanda wasn't so selfish. Of course, Keith would be understanding and would bend over backwards to be her other half. I've noticed this trend in the other books in the series too. I think the selfish or hypocritical actions stop the books from being great. As it is, the book is just alright. Wanda knew she was dying. It doesn't stop her from pursuing Keith though. I think it is alright to distance yourself so that you can have time for yourself to ponder your mortality [...]

    10. The Accidental Human is the third book in the Accidentals series and features Wanda. If you’ve read the first two books in the series, you’ve already figured out that something was wrong with Wanda. She’s lost weight and often looks tired.Wanda Schwartz has finally made it into the big leagues by selling Bobby Sue Cosmetics, she’s surpassed all of the goals that she set forth to conquer including receiving her sky blue convertible and she’s determined to keep going until she discovers [...]

    11. I have really loved the Accidental series this year! This was a great way to get the last of our three gals into the Super-world! I love that Wanda is still working hard at her Bobbie Sue and talk about the adventure it takes her on! It gave her the strength and self confidence she needed to regain after her ex left her in a mess, and now she's a woman on her own ready to do what's necessary. At least, until she's diagnosed with a terminal illness. She moves to the great land of De Nile for some [...]

    12. I found this installment sliiiightly more interesting if only for Wanda growing a backbone and finally telling the other two how ridiculous they are sometimes. haha.Wanda finds out that she's terminally ill, takes on a new Bobbie Sue recruit who is a man, and keeps her impending doom a secret from her newly immortal friends. The book introduced some interesting new characters that kept things interesting/amusing. I also laughed a lot more with #3 than I did with any of the others (including #4). [...]

    13. This is book three in the series, and after reading Nina's Story I was wondering where is the author going to take this one. What she came up with was very much worth my reading because the humor is just great. I don't think I have found another author who's love for the F-word beat mine. It was nice to see that Wanda grew into the voice and back bone she did because I truly hated the way Nina talked to her. And I loved that in the end Wanda could kick some serious butt of both NINA and MARTY. V [...]

    14. I absolutely loved Accidentally Dead by Dakota Cassidy but this book was an utter and complete disappointment. Could we not have thought up a new way to save Wanda rather than resorting again to the Vampire and Werewolf nation. In Accidentally Dead and the Accidental Werewolf, both female characters were spunky and had attitudes that were unique but in this book we see Wanda mimicing Nina's (from Accidentally Dead) Bronx spunk so much that it made the story unbelievable. I had no desire to finis [...]

    15. Book three of the Accidental Friends triology. And my favorite. Wanda was always the one I could fully relate to and so to finally read her story, I knew something was up in Nina's book because Wanda was always so tired.I loved this book.n, a rare instance where I am moved to tears. Heath is a fabulous leading man and the one I think is the best of the three. Granted, the ending was fabulo-so! But be prepared to have your tears jerked, ladies and have a box of tissues ready for the last quarter [...]

    16. (Im a spoiler(and 'spoiler' is just an understatement)!!Beware)You've seen it in the last book.Im becoming ill each day.Dying of cancer and hiding it from my friends.Just when love makes its way back into my life.Great timing.Ending: Wanda and Heath are mated and both werevamps.Keegan and Marty have a baby and are happily still mated.And Nina & Greg are happily still mated.Its a HEA for all.Characters:Wanda Schwartz: the best saleswoman in Bobbie-Sue cosmetics,thin,round butt,blue eyes,full [...]

    17. Wanda jumped into Bobbie-Sue Cosmetics with two feet and is kicking butt and taking names. She is working her way up the ladder much to Marty's delight. Unfortunately, Wanda has a secret she is keeping from Marty and Nina. No matter what the werewolf and vampire do, Wanda refuses to budge. While conducting her recruiting drive for Bobbie-Sue, Wanda does the impossible, she recruits a man. Yes a MAN!! A drop dead gorgeous, British accented, man named Heath who seems to have an unwordly obsession [...]

    18. Heath and Wanda HEA! 3.25*****The most stable character of the trio, Wanda, now Bobbie Sue's most productive rep has gotten her blue Cadillac, and is given a death sentence. We see how she handles her final moments of her life, while coaching Heath, her newest recruit and former vampire. Working together he shows her to be less gender biased, and to think outside the box. In the process, they fall in love with each other and with life or soon the lack of it, in Wanda's case. She finally capitula [...]

    19. OK, i love that the author writes women in a realistic fashion, however, much like in real life, that reality does become obnoxious. Nina stopped being bold and strong, and has become pig headed and loud. Marty was nice and calm and is now more how Nina initially was. Wanda's all over the map. I just feel like these ladies are loosing their individual identities and all becoming Snooky circa Jersey Shore. I found myself just skipping pages and pages of text and not even missing a bit of the plot [...]

    20. It started out pretty good with interesting characters and some funny dialogue. Then it took a wrong turn. It almost seemed like the author couldn't figure out how to get out of the corner she put herself in without resorting to cliche plot devices. Sigh. I will probably read the next one because it is on my bookshelf (gasp a physical book), but I'm guessing I will give up on the series after that.

    21. Wowjust wow. This was an okay read for me. Nothing fantastic. I just wasn't into the couple and felt no investment in them. Also the whole cancer issue was a huge downer to the storyline and not at all something I really want to read about in what is supposed to be considered a lighthearted romance. And the endingally?

    22. Oh my gosh, I am pretty sure Wanda is my favorite character so far, I was so happy she got her happy ending and really loved the unique story so got. It was something completely different that I was not expecting and loved how it was done! I can't wait to read more!

    23. Wanda Schwartz is raking in the dough selling Bobbie-Sue Cosmetics-and she's a pro at recruiting new saleswomen. So, she's shocked when a man comes to one of her in-home parties-a very hot man. Heath Jefferson is sure to put some extra spin into a lot of women's color wheels.When Wanda is diagnosed with a terminal illness, it doesn't have to be a death sentence. With a werewolf and a vampire for best friends, she has options that most ordinary people wouldn't. As Wanda ponders what to do about h [...]

    24. I liked this book and have decided to continue reading the series. Which is strange considering I didn't like the first book in the series.

    25. When you want to read something that is not intense or serious this is a great book. I️ enjoyed this book because it was cute, funny and a nice break from reality.

    26. Sooo funny! The ending was a little rushed and didn't make a lot of sense but the LOL moments made up for it.

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