Okay, see I’m really not into things that do much more than go bump in the night. You will never see me browsing through titles that are in the horror section nor some of those really thrillerish thrillers. I screamed, flinched and made myself ill over Michael, Freddie and a possessed home in Amityville long ago and I’ve done my time trying to impress the other kiddies with all my bravado. So, while I would like to recommend some stories that would make your hair stand on end, I can’t.
Instead, I’ve cobbled together a pile of books that are more suited to the shallow end of the creepy pool for the easily freaked like myself. If I list it as a series, I’ve read one, some or all.
And on the lighter side, I offer the Beasties with the Best Humor:
Broomstick Breakdown by Eve Langlais.
Irreverent Paranormal Romance at its Hilarious Best in this standalone though there is plenty fun to be had from her series too.
Charley Davidson Series by Darynda Jones
Urban Fantasy Romantic Suspense at its wise-cracking best when the Grim Reaper would sell her first future child for a mocha latte.
Glory St. Claire Series by Gerry Bartlett
Urban Fantasy. She was bloated the day that she was turned, but that fact doesn’t keep the unconventional vampiress down for long. I only read the first one and wasn’t completely sold, but there was enough good stuff that I plan to go back for more.
Weird Girls Series by Cecy Robson
Urban Fantasy. Okay, this has some serious action to it, but the camaraderie and snark amongst the sisters just makes it so fun reading this series.
Flirting With Fangs Trilogy by Ashlyn Chase
Paranormal Romance. It’s Cheers the TV show, but paranormal-style as all the magical creatures gather at the pub.
Accidentals Series by Dakota Cassidy
Paranormal Romance. Okay, was only semi into the sole book I read in this series, but it had me laughing hard in places because it is all about what the series title implies- accidental turnings into paranormals and there’s a phone hot line for this sort of thing.
Frostbite Series by Stacey Kennedy
Urban Fantasy. Needed a rousing ghost story to round out my reccos and here it is. Not so light and hilarious, but Kip is the ghostest with the mostest.
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