Hello Avid Readers. Today, I’m sharing my thoughts about How To Dance An Undead Waltz by Hailey Edwards. Book 4 in her bestselling urban fantasy series, The Beginner’s Guide To Necromancy.
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Title: How to Dance an Undead Waltz (The Beginner's Guide to Necromancy, #4) by Hailey Edwards
Genres: New Adult (NA), Paranormal Romance (PNR), Urban Fantasy
Formats Available: eBook
No. of Pages: 310
Source: Kindle Unlimited
Purchase Links:Amazon UK ¦ Amazon US ¦ Audible ¦ Book Depository
Keep a spot open on your dance card. This is one ball you don't want to miss.
Grier is nursing a broken heart after Boaz announced his engagement to another woman, but life goes on. Or it would if vampire assassins would stop taking pot shots at her every time she leaves Woolworth House. Seriously, who sends archers to deliver murdergrams these days?
To protect herself, Grier must pull out all the stops, even if it means revealing her darkest secret. All eyes are on her, and—for the first time—she begins to understand why Linus wears so many masks. But the target isn’t Grier, and when the archers single him out, it feels like one of their arrows might have struck what remains of her heart.
So, what did I think about How to Dance an Undead Waltz?
This series is cementing Hailey Edwards as one of my favourite authors. I find her writing style very easy to read; her storylines keep me hooked, I find the world that she’s created for this series fascinating and I love that all her characters have multifaceted personalities making them feel believable – even though many are not even human. Ms Edwards got me feeling emotional about a house for crying out loud! A house!! 😉
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. Although Grier Woolworth is only 21, I love how she’s evolving and growing as this series progresses. She has the traits that I look for as well as the potential for so much more plus her sense of humour makes me chuckle.
This is only the fourth book in a completed 6 book series. So although some mysteries have been solved in this book, we are still left with more unanswered questions than you can shake a hamster at. However, rest assured dear reader, there’s NO life-or-death perilous cliffhanger at the end of this book. That being said, I am emotionally invested in Grier and can’t wait to find out what happens next. Therefore, I will be borrowing the next book using my Kindle Unlimited subscription before you can say, “Necromancers do it in sigils“. 😉
Keep reading to find out more about Hailey and this series
The Beginner’s Guide To Necromancy series by Hailey Edwards
It’s never too late to start your undead adventures with Grier and her friends. Click the titles to read my review or buy the books yourself.
- How to Save an Undead Life (The Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy #1) (2017)
- How to Claim an Undead Soul (The Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy #2)(2017)
- How to Break an Undead Heart (The Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy #3) (2018)
- How to Dance an Undead Waltz (The Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy #4) (2018)
- How to Live an Undead Lie (The Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy #5)(2018)
- How to Wake an Undead City (The Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy #6) (2019)
- How to Kiss an Undead Bride (The Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy #7) (2019)
- How to Survive an Undead Honeymoon (The Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy #8) (2020)
- How to Rattle an Undead Couple (The Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy #9) (Due Oct 2020)
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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,