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Scarlet Summers has been through hell since her last mission left her in the hands of an evil necromancer. She got out thanks to the Moon Wolf pack, but not without a price. When three of the werewolves in the pack go missing, it is up to her to solve the case. She has to go undercover at a supernatural retail store called Fiona's Corner and Cafe to find the missing girls.

©2014 Jessica D. Samuels (P)2016 Jessica Samuels

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Potential to be an interesting supernatural world

What did you like best about Being a Vampire in Retail Sucks? What did you like least?

I see that this is the 4th book in the series but the earlier books in the series aren't listed here or on Goodreads which is kind of strange. I definitely feel like I missed a lot of information by jumping into the story. The world is quite complex and potentially interesting with all kind of supernatural creatures. The main character is snarky and there are some funny bits. As someone who has worked in retail myself I can relate to the awfulness of having to be civil to completely unreasonable customers. I'm not sure I want to listen to a story relating these horrors but maybe it is more amusing for someone who hasn't experienced it! There is a romance with a few fade to black scenes so nothing graphic at all. The main character does swear so it's not completely clean if that kind of thing concerns you. I thought the writing was a bit amateur but the basic story was okay.

Have you listened to any of Molly King’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

The narration was good although I had a bit of a hard time understanding her when she was doing the low pitched male voices. Her voice really gave some personality to the main character. Each character was given a distinctive voice which I always like in an audiobook.