Release Date Review: Wicked Incarceration by Havan Fellows

Posted: May 17, 2013 by sidlove in 4.5 Star Reviews, Book Reviews
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Review by Macky

WickedIncarceration_ARe_200x300TITLE: Wicked Incarceration

SERIES: Wicked’s Way (Pulp Friction Books)

AUTHOR: Havan Fellows

PUBLISHER: Appleton Publishing Avenue

SUMMARY: Sometimes the only way for justice to prevail is to get a little Wicked…

Who knew that meant Wick Templeton would end up on the wrong side of the cell door and looking for trouble—the kind of trouble that lands inmates on the funny farm and turns their brains into jelly.

Now he’s calling in favors and using his prize weapons—his charm and subtle wit—to plant himself smack dab in the middle of the party. With help from his willing friends and not-so-willing acquaintances, he plans to rule the cellblock. Criminals, watch out. Wick’s burning, and nobody better get in his way.

Caution: With Wick in jail anything can happen. A little mild violence and a whole lot of attitude never hurt anyone.


Book three in the continuing saga of ex-cop and P.I. Wick Templeton and his ‘Will they? Won’t they?‘ relationship with the sexy special agent Ned Harris, who he manipulates and teases terribly every time he’s on a case. Poor long suffering Ned. ( Grins. )

Another brilliant addition to my favourite series Pulp Friction that in my opinion just seems to get better and better as it goes along. Love it!

Wick is snarky, annoying, in your face and full of it, but you cant help loving the guy.

” I’m gonna be out of here by eight in the morning tomorrow , Wednesday. In just over twenty our hours  I’ll be sipping a caramel macchiato while playing Angry Birds. I don’t foresee me needing to call you again in that time.”

” But you need my help.”

” I ‘m quite fluent at playing Angry Birds. It’s all a matter of geometry when you aim at those cute little piggies.”

Haha! The man’s a walking one liner. Very witty.

In this instalment, he goes undercover in jail to investigate a scam involving prisoners and a mental institution and like all the others its fast paced, snappy and leaves you wanting more. Watch out for a hilarious encounter between Wick and a cocky prisoner who thinks he’s a big gun in the prison, so funny!

No particular cliffhangers with Wick, each of his stories are always resolved at the end but the fun factor in this series is waiting to see more of him and Ned as in each book as their love/ hate relationship gets more “intense” each time they’re in each other’s company. Sexual tension runs hot between them and we get  treated to a pretty steamy encounter when Ned visits Wick in jail and that shows just how much their relationship is heating up… I’m thinking book four is going to be even more sizzling.

Come on, boys! You know you’ve got more than just the major hots for each other going on here!

More cameo appearances and mentions from the other “series’ within the series” and Wick’s very likeable computer genius sidekick Banyu. This would be a 5 star rating but the formatting on the mobi copy is strangely spaced out, sometimes spacing out mid-sentence and it does tend to spoil the flow whilst reading, hence the 4.5 but it’s still a great fun and a must add if you love this series as much as I do.

Roll on the next story. Thanks Havan, keep  them coming and I’ll keep reading alongside all the other Pulp Friction fans… You know you’re out there! Total keeper.

Macky’s Rating:

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  1. Urb says:

    I’m going to have to agree with you. Bad formatting is a legitimate criticism. There is a significant difference
    In the reading experience when the pages and paragraphs don’t flow corre. ctly. Our reading dynamics are still based on a stable,
    printed page. And it’s not that hard to duplicate those dynamics electronically. Let designers design the type. They are trained for it.

  2. Macky says:

    It was the only niggle but the story more than made up for it. 🙂

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