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Welcome to Chipping Cheddar, where supernaturals are hidden in plain sight.

When Chief Fox turns into an animal during a moment of passion - and I mean that literally - I'm desperate to restore him to his human form. Unfortunately, I don't have a clue how to make it happen. It doesn't help that I'm trying to hide my relationship with him. Let's face it, keeping a secret from my family is like walking a tightrope made of vipers. With Deputy Guthrie in charge of law enforcement and the chief unable to do anything except look adorable, my hands are full trying to keep the chief's secret and solve this supernatural puzzle.

Can I restore Chief Fox to his human form in time or will he be doomed to live the rest of his life in the forest with the rest of the woodland creatures?

Hell Hath No Fury: Federal Bureau of Magic Cozy Mystery, Book 7 is a full-length humorous, paranormal cozy mystery.

Federal Bureau of Magic cozy mystery series:

  • Great Balls of Fury, Book 1
  • Fury Godmother, Book 2
  • No Guts, No Fury, Book 3
  • Grace Under Fury, Book 4
  • Bedtime Fury, Book 5
  • Three Alarm Fury, Book 6
  • Hell Hath No Fury, Book 7

Other books by Annabel Chase:

  • Starry Hollow Witches
  • Magic & Murder, Book 1
  • Magic & Mystery, Book 2
  • Magic & Mischief, Book 3
  • Magic & Mayhem, Book 4
  • Magic & Mercy, Book 5
  • Magic & Madness, Book 6
  • Magic & Malice, Book 7
  • Magic & Mythos, Book 8
  • Magic & Mishaps, Book 9
  • Magic & Maladies, Book 10
  • Magic & Misdeeds, Book 11
©2020 Red Palm Press LLC (P)2020 Red Palm Press LLC

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Love Eden

I love this series. I love the view point. The story is developing nicely between Eden and Sawyer. I have read them all but listening to them is so much fun.

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Fury and Her Furry Friend

The series feels like it has hit its stride. I love the ongoing collaborations and interactions with all the differing characters in the town magic and non-magic alike. I really appreciate the audience is getting to see more actual magic happening in scene and with different characters. What I enjoy about this is how magical powers and uses I think beautifully add to the development of different characters-what, how, and when is magic used and the way this speaks to the kind of person each individual is. The ongoing relationship with Sheriff Fox and Eden Fury continues to develop and we are finally nearing the barn being complete. Though I really have to say for the constant stress Eden puts of her hatred of her family, their constant interference, and boundary crossing I am so confused her excitement to live literally right next to them. She couldn't for the same amount she is paying for a custom designed renovation of a barn have afforded another home somewhere else in town? This is an easy listen and I enjoy Elizabeth's voices for the different characters. I also enjoyed some new folks that have been added to the mix. I feel like the story improves as Eden becomes more of a team player and less of an independent rogue. For fans of the series this is another win.