by E.J. Wesley
I won the ebook (novelette)
Jenny has a destiny. She also has an attitude problem and a tomahawk. The gamer slash monster hunter embraces her family lineage and goes all Ghostbusters on the supernatural world, craigslist ad and everything.
Witch's Nocturne drags our favorite sassy hero (and her sidekick best friend) into the world of witches. At least she has her grandfather's journal to help her...right?
I love these novelettes. We're set in Texas with a Native American nearly six foot tall girl and her gay best friend. The duo are still reeling from the epic battle in Blood Fugue when Jenny fishes out her first client. During the quest to decrypt her grandfather's journal, Jenny makes a new friend, a hilarious exchange that offers a glimpse into the more vulnerable side of our protagonist. There's more character development this time around, especially when it comes to the relationship between Jenny and Marshal. I love that despite his misgivings about the way the battle in the first book ended, he's committed to riding shotgun on this Moonsongs wild ride.
Dark Prelude is the third installment. I'll have that review next week (4.5 STARS). I love that the books are short bursts of supernatural adventure (and even some gore). You can read my review of Blood Fugue (Moonsongs book 1) or check out my fun mini-interview with author E.J. Wesley HERE.