Werewolf Sings the Blues is set quite a few years before the first novel in the series. Wedding singer Vivian discovers that she is in danger as her estranged father is an alpha werewolf. She gets drawn into a territory war between packs and along the way starts to fall for her adopted brother Jason.
Author: Jennifer Harlow
I was a big fan of the first two books and while I enjoyed a huge chunk of Death Takes a Holiday, the romance got me down. Beatrice “Bea” Alexander has the gift of telekinesis (moving objects with her mind) which makes her a valuable member of the F.R.E.A.K.S. Squad (a secret government organisation). Not even chopping up supes with her machete Bette is enough to bring her out of the doldrums caused by Will and Oliver. She decides to go home for Christmas and spend time with her family. The supernatural world isn’t so easily forgotten however and she finds herself […]
Mind Over Monsters is just plain fun. I giggled, oohed and smiled my way through it. Beatrice “Bea” Alexander may be able to control unruly children but she has huge issues managing her ‘gift’ of telekinesis (moving objects with her mind). She is recruited to the Federal Response to Extra-Sensory and Kindred Superaturals Squad (F.R.E.A.K.S.) after one little incident where she almost kills her brother. This group combats all things freaky that threaten the general populace. Her first case has her dealing with a nutty necromancer who is raising a zombie horde. Bea quickly feels like she doesn’t belong […]
What’s a Witch to Do? is a charming, light novel that has elements of paranormal romance, cozy mystery and urban fantasy. I loved the first two novels in the F.R.E.A.K.S. Squad Investigations series and couldn’t wait to rip into this one. It is not necessary to have read those books to fully appreciate this one but they are lots of fun. Mona McGregor is a very busy woman and just reading the first few pages exhausted me. Not only does she manage an occult shop, she is the High Priestess of a large coven and is raising her sister’s children. It […]