The blurb on this one grabbed my attention and I got that shiver of excitement that maybe I had stumbled across a new UF series to love. Sure enough, I wasn’t past the first few pages before I was laughing over Celia, the heroine’s wry monologue in her mind over the tough spot she was in along with her equally fun and hilarious sisters, Taran, Shayna and Emme.
The book opens with the four Wird sisters standing before the vampire court on charges that they destroyed one of Master Misha’s vampires. They prove that he attacked them first and now the vampires realize they have an even bigger problem. Misha’s vampires have been infected and many have gone into bloodlust. Misha asks Celia for help dealing with the problem. At the same time, Celia has encountered the local alpha wolf thinking he was a cutie, but now he wants her to stay out of it while he and the other wolf warriors put down the vampire infection threat.
Celia and her sisters all are human, but they possess unique powers that leave them with the skills to help Misha and protect the human population around Lake Tahoe area. They do help and run into further danger, but with humor and a bit of luck along with Misha, Aric and their people are able to get through it all. If only Celia can figure out what to do with the attentions of both a Master Vampire and a strongly attractive alpha who is destined for a purebred were instead of a weird cursed girl like her.
This intro to Ms. Robson’s Weird Girls’ world, the characters, the humorous yet dangerous tone and the twisty plot was just a joy all around. I love it when an author can make me laugh out loud, love the characters and swoon over the romance. I really look forward to continuing forward to see where this series is going to take things. The four sisters are abso-fab and I definitely want more time with them.
Those who enjoy light Urban Fantasy that still packs a dangerous punch should give this one a try.
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