Sunday, 27 December 2015

REVIEW - Serafina and the Psycho Sous-Chef (Serafina's, #4) by Marie Treanor

The Book
Release Date: 6 May 2014
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A lust more addictive than spirits...

Whisky-swilling vampire Phil has his own reasons for returning to Edinburgh. They don't include rescuing beautiful amnesiac damsels in distress, and yet one night after escaping from an old enemy, that's exactly what he does. At first his motive is curiosity because of Linnie's apparent connection to his enemy, but once he involves his old drinking companion Blair, who comes these days with a gaggle of wacky humans from Serafina's Psychic Investigations, everything gets out of hand.

While hunting his old enemy, Phil gets side-tracked into helping psychic human Sera in her bizarre cases involving a missing child, a designer drug for Hollywood celebrities, and a psychotic chef who heals her victims - maybe. But he has mysteries of his own to solve - is Linnie's amnesia real, and if so, how did she lose her memory? Who is she? Why does her blood taste so much more delicious than anyone else's? And why has she interested the reclusive Founder?

For Linnie, since her accident, every day is one of self-discovery. One of the few things she does know, is to fear vampires. Especially the fun, sexy Phil, who melts her bones and shows her all the excitement she secretly craves.

My Opinion  4 STARS
**ARC Provided by Netgalley and Marie Treanor for an honest review**

This book is told from many points of view, however they all add to the overall story and you never feel like there are too many speakers telling you what is going on.

The book is full of paranormal beings and investigations and romance between our two main characters Phil and Linnie.  If you have read the previous books you get lots on the previous characters that make up Sera's friend and work base so you get continuation their stories too.

Sera of course still has a main part to play, as she heads the investigation team and seems to the be central person behind all of our characters lives and we still follow her path as her business grows.

Fast paced and full of drama, this is a very good read.

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