Genre: Paranormal Fantasy
Book Length: (Est.): 388 Pages
After a weekend party gone very, very wrong, third-year university student Jasmine Bedeau finds herself a “person of interest” to far too many interested parties. Now she has to bring a family-inherited curse—and powerful new abilities—under control or risk the consequences of the supernatural community to which she suddenly belongs. But between the police and the paranormal, the campus and the council, how’s a girl to rise to the challenge of just holding onto a normal life? Werewolves, vampires, and witches—and now a serial killer targeting the supernatural, setting his sights on Jasmine and her new-found friends. It’s a good thing she’s a werecat, because she’s not rolling over.
*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*
This was an interesting book. I enjoyed the combination of supernatural creatures and how they ‘somewhat’ got along. It has unique characters that I thoroughly enjoyed. From the main character Jazz, who takes a life changing realization with a grain of salt and who rises above her fear in order to protect those she has grown to care about, to Logan, a sexy dhampyr who won me over with his chivalry and quirky comebacks.
There isn’t a problem that Jazz faces that she doesn’t rise above and come out on top of, which is surprising since she often acts without thinking. She’s not a planner by any means. She knows what she either wants to do or needs to do and charges in full force.
Out of all the new people she meets Logan is the one who immediately steals her heart. Jazz feels comfortable with him and their relationship continues to grow. I cannot wait to see where it goes in book two of the Salt Lake After Dark series.
This book has it all: suspense, mystery, love, betrayal, friendships (both old and new), tragedy, techie magic, and sex. I’m looking forward to seeing where the rest of this series goes and what it has in store.
My Favorite Laughable Moment: When you’re new to the shifter world it’s important to know that when you fall asleep with other ‘animals’ you all wake up in human form…naked. I laughed so hard when Jazz tried to get up and her hand came in contact with a little more than she bargained for.
My Favorite Quote: “A salad isn’t food,” he states with a laugh. “It’s what food eats.”
Overall, I give this 4 stars!
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