Monday, March 21, 2016

Mini Review: The Trouble With Werewolves by MB Mulhall

The Trouble With Werewolves by MB Mulhall
Series: Errand Girl of the Undead #1
Published: February 28th, 2016
Publisher: Self-published
73 pages (eARC)
Genre: Young Adult Paranormal
Acquired this book: From the author in exchange for honest consideration
Warning: May contain spoilers
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Ellie Weston may look like a blonde Barbie wanna-be, but call by her full name of Elvira and you’ll find she can take you down with nothing more than a paperclip and a hair tie. Having been raised by an ancient vampire, a faerie and a demon hardly makes her a normal teen. She’s trained in self-defense, with a bit of magic thrown in, but those talents are going to waste as she picks up dry cleaning, walks three-headed dogs and collects grave dust by the light of the full moon.

Her job as an errand girl to the undead--and other paranormal creatures--has kept her busy and relatively safe, until she receives a job to hunt down a rogue werewolf who is brutally butchering norms in her father’s territory. As she tries to track down the bloodthirsty beast, she finds the clues aren’t quite adding up. Will her wiles be enough to keep her safe and solve the mystery, or will she become the next victim of these ghastly crimes?

Vampires, demons, and werewolves oh my! The Trouble With Werewolves is a fun, fast-paced story with an original premise. The adopted daughter of a powerful vampire, Ellie is an errand girl to all manner of supernatural creatures.

There was a nice balance of action, mystery, and humour in this story. Ellie is funny and smart, and while she has lots of personality, I’m hoping we’ll see more depth and growth from her in future books. I’m also looking forward to seeing where things go with the hint of romance, and the questions that arose toward the end.

If you’re looking for a new spin on the supernatural genre and you want something quick and fun with a few twists and surprises, you should check out The Trouble With Werewolves. This was a great start to what promises to be an interesting series, and I’m eager to keep reading!

Have you read The Trouble With Werewolves? What did you think? If you haven't read it, do you plan to?

1 comment:

  1. This was a fun story and I blogged my own review a few weeks back. Now, we should go bug MB to get more out so we can know what happens next. ;)


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