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Caught between the devil and the deep blue sea....

Police Chief Delaney Reed is good at keeping secrets for the beach town of Ordinary, Oregon - just ask the vacationing gods or supernatural creatures who live there. 

But with the first annual Cake and Skate fundraiser coming up, the only secret Delaney really wants to know is how to stop the unseasonable rain storms. When all the god powers are stolen, a vampire is murdered, and her childhood crush turns out to be keeping deadly secrets of his own, rainy days are the least of her worries. 

Hunting a murderer, outsmarting a know-it-all god, and uncovering an ancient vampire’s terrifying past isn’t how she planned to spend her summer. But then again, neither is falling back in love with the one man she should never trust.

©2016 Devon Monk (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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Great narrator

The narration by Khristine Hvam was really great. I would listen to her again. The story for my taste was ok. It’s just preference. To me it was a train wreck you couldn’t look away from. I am not fond of strong female leads who are just stupid and bratty. She is a chief sheriff officer who never locks her house (even though she was shot in her driveway), never seems to have her gun when she needs it, has been training with her father for years to take on the supervisory role over humans/creatures/gods yet never seems to have read the manuals, and the list goes on. In this book she seems a lil bit better in her role than book 1. I often will read a book 2 in a series even if I wasn’t crazy about the first book to give a chance that things I disliked will be changed. But I’m not sure at this point if there was enough change in the weak female lead that I will read a book 3. The main concept/world that is created is great and unique so I do want to point that out. That held a lot of my attention and scored a lot of points.

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love Devon Monk!

Love the Ordinary series. Best author!❤ Cant wait for the next one. Great performance, too.