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Books I like: If Wishes Were Curses

Unlike my Venn Books series, this is just a review/recommendation:

Why I like this book:

This book is full of delightful contradictions.

Fast paced but stuffed to the gills with ALL THE THINGS.

Vegetarian vampires.

Vampires named Neil (srsly? Neil).

Tough but vulnerable heroine.

Also ...

Much random sauce.

Princess Bride references.

Flaws? Heroine definitely slanders an excellent Muppet movie. For shame.

Content: Some scattered swearing, innuendo, and deadly violence but not gory/graphic. Not for lil' kids (probably wouldn't interest littles anyway), but if your teens can handle the average PG-13 movie, they'll probably be fine with this.

If this sounds like fun CLICK HERE to order on Amazon.

About the Book

So I accidentally killed a shifter. On purpose.

With genie powers I shouldn’t be able to use, thanks to my curse-mark.

In my defense, the damn grizzly was threatening civilians and might have been a vampire as well. Pittsburgh is safer without him. Only the Fae court doesn’t believe my story, and the shifters are out for blood.

Now I’ve lost my job as a romantic investigator, and I’m on death row. My only hope is an oddly outgoing vegetarian vampire lawyer who seems strangely familiar. Too familiar.

Almost like we’ve met before, and this whole thing was a set-up to take us both down.

Wishing won’t get us out of this mess. But my forbidden wish magic just might.

A snarky urban fantasy with humor, heart, some romance with heat (nothing graphic), and gleeful send ups of many romantic fantasy tropes, all wrapped up with an otter-shifter in the bargain.

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