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I found my brother's murderer, by becoming his next victim.

The asshat killed me, too. But little does he know - I came back. Again.

Now he's going down. But before I can destroy him, I need to resolve the little issue of me not dying. That's twice now I've cheated death. Something's not right.

Graves doesn't think I'm a reaper, and the ghosts seem to agree with him. They say that I'm different. That I'm more.

All I know is that things are getting real weird in Farrow's Square and dying is hungry work.

Where's a truckload of Hostess cupcakes when a girl needs them? 

Contains mature themes.

©2020 Kel Carpenter LLC and Words that Sparkle LLC (P)2020 Tantor

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Fun!

I spent a great deal of this book laughing. The story is easy to engage with, and honestly, fun. Even the tension was dispersed and well threaded through the story. Being a Texas girl, I personally hide the drawl to be taken more seriously, I thought the narrator did a great job conveying the southern sass and a substance behind it.

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Another fun ride!

Enjoyed this one too! Can’t wait to see where the story goes next. This is a fast paced, snarky UF and you have to just roll with it. If you’re looking for a deep serious read this isn’t it. It’s funny & I really enjoyed the world created.

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Where’s the plot?

I tried with this book/theses books. I really did. I wanted to like them, but I can’t. They’re so short and yet I can’t make it through the second book - and I only bought the second because the first doesn’t resolve a thing and structurally, book 1 and 2 should’ve been one book. Why? Because in book 1 Salem goes on and on that she’s back to catch her brother’s killer, so as a reader, I expect this to be resolved at the end of the book unless it’s an overarching theme of the series. Spoiler alert: it’s neither.
In book 1 they find out who the killer is and in book 2 they catch him early on and then ... nothing. Nothing happens. They just keep him in the basement while his accomplice kills several other people. It’s a good thing none of those people had names and families and friends and stuff, because otherwise our two main characters might actually have to start giving a damn. But no. They’d rather wait and watch people get killed. So likeable!

I enjoyed the slow pace in book 1 because I’d just read a very fast paced book, but it’s not slow paced - there just isn’t any actual plot. To be fair, it feels like the authors had a blast writing this. But also that they didn’t put much thought into the plot other than “Salem comes back home to catch her brother’s killer, meets hot guy, finds out she’s a very special supe”. I’m not even sure if this series is supposed to be urban fantasy or paranormal romance. To me, there isn’t enough plot for UF but not enough romance for PR.

Additionally, in book 1, I had a really hard time with Salem and, to a lesser degree, Graves. In book 2, Salem got on my nerves less, but I still don’t like either of them.


The performance was a very good, though. And again, it does feel like the authors enjoyed writing it. I just didn’t enjoy reading it.

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TVs Grimm + a dash of Buffy = this series.

If you loved Buffy and Grimm, then you will love this series. GO FOR IT! Enjoy!