Review: How To Kiss An Undead Bride (Beginner’s Guide To Necromancy #7) by Hailey Edwards

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Hello, fellow Urban Fantasy fans. Today, I’m sharing my thoughts about How To Kiss an Undead Bride by Hailey Edwards. Book 7 in her bestselling urban fantasy series, The Beginner’s Guide To Necromancy.

Last year, I decided that mini-reviews were the way forward me and my blog. 😉 Consequently, I only write full detailed reviews for the books I receive from authors, publishers and PR organiser (ARCs).

So with that in mind, today, it’s on to my mini-review.

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Review: How To Kiss An Undead Bride (Beginner’s Guide To Necromancy #7) by Hailey EdwardsMy Rating:
Title: How to Kiss an Undead Bride by Hailey Edwards
Published by Self-Published on 5 November, 2019
Genres: Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance (PNR)
Narrator: Rebecca Mitchell
Length: 6 hours 21 minutes
No. of Pages: 198

The Epilogues: Part I
Groom? Check.
Dress? Check.
Cake? Check.
More cake? Double Check.
Even more cake? Triple check.
(Seriously, who left Lethe alone with Grier's credit card?)
Anything that can go wrong has,but all the deposits have been paid, and the menus are set. Mostly. There's always room for more cake, right? All that's left is for Grier and Linus to exchange vows and set off on their honeymoon. Their happily ever after awaits, so close they can taste it.
That's probably just more cake. Frosting gets everywhere.
Anyway, there's also murder, arson, and general mayhem. This is what happens when two potentates marry. Just cross your fingers they survive exchanging vows, and that the knot they tie doesn't turn into a noose.

Source: Kindle Unlimited, Bought
Review Format: Audiobook, eBook
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So, what did I think about How To Kiss an Undead Bride?

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Definitely A Wedding To Remember.

I love this amazing series. It has firmly cemented Hailey Edwards as one of my favourite authors. I love her writing style and find her books easy to read. Her storylines keep me hooked with interesting threads and plenty of action. The world that she’s created for this series is fascinating as are the different species that populate it. I love that all her characters have multilayered personalities even though most of them aren’t human; it makes them all feel real – even though most are not even human.

As I borrowed this book through my Kindle Unlimited subscription, I added the narration.

Rebecca Mitchell is a new-to-me narrator but I enjoyed her performance. I liked the pace at which she read the story and the emotion she put into the narrative. Rebecca was able to adjust her voice slightly when reading the dialogue, to make it easier to distinguish male from female characters. However, separating Grier from Lethe, for example, wasn’t quite as easy.

Although Grier Woolworth is only in her early 20s, I love how she’s continued to grow and evolve as this series progressed. She has all the personality traits that I crave from a female protagonist plus her sense of humour makes me chuckle. Grier is intelligent, resilient, resourceful and has plenty of gumption. The rest of her family also hold a special place in my heart and I think I’m in love with Linus. I enjoyed getting inside his head during this wedding adventure.

This is the first of the “epilogue novellas” that aim to tie up a few loose ends and lets us see Grier’s happy ever after. There’s NO life-or-death perilous cliffhanger at the end of this novella. However, I can’t wait to read the next epilogues novella Undead Honeymoon.

Keep reading to find out more about Hailey and this amazing 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.

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About Hailey Edwards

Author - Hailey Edwards

Hailey Edwards writes about questionable applications of otherwise perfectly good magic, the transformative power of love, the family you choose for yourself, and blowing stuff up. Not necessarily all at once. That could get messy. She lives in Alabama with her husband, their daughter, and a herd of dachshunds.

About Rebecca Mitchell

Narrator - Rebecca Mitchell

Narrator Rebecca Mitchell is a performance artist and classically trained vocalist, as well as a professional host, emcee, and personality. Her natural flare for the dramatic, coupled with her love of being in the studio, brought her to the world of narrating in 2013. Her natural, mellifluous style reveals her rich alto training, love of storytelling, and ease in front of a microphone. Though a longtime New Englander, Rebecca Mitchell was born and raised in the Midwest. The myriad accents and dialects from her various homes, as well as those from her extensive travels, find their way into the characters she portrays. A collector of personality traits, idiosyncrasies, vocal styles, and personal histories, Rebecca infuses her narration with such elements, deepening the richness of her work.

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Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to read my mini-review. I hope I’ve sparked your interest and you’ll add this one to your ever-growing TBR piles! (Or any of the books from The Beginners’ Guide to Necromancy) 😉

Bye for now,

Flora x

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About Me

I'm in my late forties, my interests are varied but since menopause hit a few years ago, I find myself becoming a "grumpy old woman" all too frequently - where has my infinite patience gone!?! Lol!
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