A Turn for the Worse
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She couldn’t save his life. Can she save his soul?
Werewolf by birth and dancer by choice, Joey is a force to be reckoned with on and off the dance floor. Relentless in the pursuit of perfection, she never does anything halfway. Fortunately, Chris—her partner and packmate—keeps her from taking herself too seriously. When he’s murdered, her carefully ordered life is thrown into chaos.
Grief-stricken and unable to turn to the police, Joey must rely on her own wits, fortitude, and connections to track down the killer before another wolf dies. But when she discovers Chris’s spirit is being held hostage by a ruthless fanatic, the whole situation goes from bad to worse.
Can she foil the killer’s nefarious scheme and set Chris free, or will he be trapped between this world and the next forever?
A Turn for the Worse introduces a new breed of werewolf in an edge-of-your-seat adventure chocked full of surprising twists, complex emotions, and a diverse cast of characters. If you like strong, independent women, nail-biting mysteries, a generous dose of the supernatural, and convention-defying tales, you’ll love this book!
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A good start to a series!
This is a well written and thought out start to a series. I'm eager for the second part!
It's a fun read with memorable characters and supporting characters. In fact, I'm hoping we get to see more of the supporting character's stories as this series progresses!
The story was unique and certainly engaging. The heroine of the story, Joey, must solve not only the murder of her adopted brother, but also ensure that threat doesn't harm her family as well. Meanwhile, the spirit of her brother is attempting to do the same. The trials both face lead to very important character development and certainly investment from the reader (i.e. Me!). In fact, I hadn't realize how attached I got to the story until I reached the end and gasped "Holy Crap!!".
If you enjoy urban fantasy such as Mercy Thompson or the Sookie Stackhouse series, I think "A Turn for the Worse" would be right up your alley.