Witty, intelligently written
Jim Butcher's "The Dresden Files". Sort of the same style with a different take and perspective.
I was a little hard on Mr Woody at first and I feel bad about that. I cannot decide if he got better as the story progressed or if I was engrossed in the story. Either way I felt when the London Wolf Pack entered the picture he did a fair job. The other reviews on here are, in my opinion, a little rough on the guy. So to answer the question, YES.
Sure, I was engrossed in the story.
I met Nic Brown at a Lexington Comic Con in 2013, He was trying to push his book and I thought "oh great more junk". I asked if this title was on Audible, thinking it would not be, and he answered it was. I did have a few credits so I told him I would pick it up. As you can see I did and I am really glad I did. This story has a lot in common with Jim Butcher's books and I ate those up. I thought Nic Brown did a fantastic job and Wynter Woody did fine as well.
She seemed to flow effortlessly between characters and scenes
Ivy's reactions and efforts to control and addiction
This book was great. I was turned on to these books by a co worker since I loved the Dresden File Books by Jim Butcher. Please check out this series. I think you will enjoy them.
I enjoyed this book due to the relationship to NKY and Cincinnati. Witches, vamps and were's great!
Jinxs, He's hilarious
The final battle
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