Genres: Paranormal Romance
Published by Indie/Self Published
Released on 3 May 2017
A blind date, a magic key, a rescue, and a whole new world hiding in plain sight.
A Ghoul’s Kiss is the first in a series. I found the introduction to the ghoul race an intriguing prospect and enjoyed that the premise of the story is a race between ghouls and vampires, mortal enemies, to get their hands on a magic text. Sarah, the heroine, is the hapless and innocent human who discovers quickly that she has something that all the paranormals want to get their hands on because it’s the key to this magical text.
The story from Sarah’s point of view fit well with the fact that this is a first in series, but from Eric’s, I felt like I was dropped into the middle of something. I loved what I got about the backstory of the ghouls and vamps, but I would have liked more.
There are some good action and suspense moments sprinkled in with a few good twists and a surprise there near the end, but the focus of the story was definitely the romance. The plot had some rough edges and some rough dialogue, but it had a solid premise. I liked this pair together, but I also felt Sarah getting caught up in her head a lot and punishes Eric for her own hang-ups. They work past most of it and the story is in a good placed poised for the next part of the series on the quest for the Zenith, the mystical book.
All in all, this was a refreshing paranormal romance featuring ghouls and a solid treasure hunt style plot that I would explore further and would encourage other paranormal romance fans to give a try.
My thanks to the author for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.
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