Hello Avid Readers,
Sometimes, when I read a book I don’t write a full review, I just write a paragraph or two to publish on Amazon and Goodreads; especially if it’s a book with thousands of reviews already. But I want to build up my blog to be THE place to go to for paranormal romance fans, so I should really post those smaller reviews on here too, right?
So with that in mind, today, I want to share my thoughts about…
How To Break An Undead Heart (The Beginner’s Guide To Necromancy #3) by Hailey Edwards
The Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy, Book 3
Grier finally has the one thing she’s always wanted: Boaz Pritchard. Too bad her dream boyfriend is keeping her up nights, just not in a sweaty or fun way. Boaz has dialed down the Southern charm and stopped returning her calls. His job forces him to keep secrets, but his radio silence is cranking up her suspicions. He’s a shameless flirt, but he’s her shameless flirt…right?
Soon an attack on Woolworth House leaves her with bigger problems than he loves me, he loves me not. Vampires are on the prowl, and they aren’t the only predators circling. A new threat has emerged, one with blood rights to Grier. With enemies closing in on all sides, she must choose her allies, and the decision could make or break her…and her heart.
Warning: This book contains a buttload of zombie parakeet poop. Like grab a poncho and thank me later. Watch out, y’all. It’s about to hit the fan. Hearts will break, and heads will roll. Literally.
While I’m on the subject of characters, those of you who have read my reviews before will know that I crave heroines who are intelligent, resilient, resourceful and have plenty of gumption. Grier Woolworth is definitely evolving and growing as this series progresses; she has what I look for as well as the potential for so much more and her sense of humour makes me chuckle.
As this is only the third book in a completed 6 book series, some mysteries have been solved while we are still left with more unanswered questions than you can shake a hamster at, but rest assured dear reader, we are not left with a life-or-death-peril-cliffhanger-esque situation at the end of this book. However, I will be popping over to my Kindle Unlimited account and downloading the next book as soon as I finish typing this review as I am emotionally invested in our protagonist
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Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to read my mini review. I hope I’ve sparked your interest.
Bye for now,