Author Name & Publisher: Adrian J. Smith (Supposed Crimes)
Publication Date: October 1, 2015
Manipulating a powerful witch isn’t as easy as Faye hoped.
She infiltrates Molly the witch’s mysterious house under the guise of needing help. And the guise of being harmless. Totally not a vampire at all. Unfortunately, Molly’s secrets are difficult to discover. She’s almost as good at hiding things as Faye herself.
Molly’s staff are as weird as they are distrustful, but Faye begins to win Molly over. Then A mob boss discovers what Faye’s after. Faye finds herself putting her life in Molly’s hands.
Will secrets doom their relationship, or will they form a powerful team?
This book is wonderfully written.
I absolutely love Faye and although she tries to overcome her own demons and is so determined no one could ever really love her. I enjoyed seeing her finally fit in and enjoy herself and her place in the family.
This book is a very easy read that will keep you turning the pages. I truly hope there will be another one evolving this interesting group of misfits.
It’s not your typical vampire book and I believe that is what I love about it. Its much more realistic.
Adrian Smith once again did a fantastic job on this one. It does not disapoint!
Adrian J. Smith, or “AJ” as she is often called, is a part-time writer with an epic imagination, sharp wit, and kind heart that gets her into a bit of trouble when it comes to taking in all the neighborhood stray cats. Being obsessed with science fiction, Smith often goes off on tangents about the space-time continuum. She is also a part-time lunatic with a secretive past. It’s been rumored that she was once a spy for the government, but anyone who has gotten close enough to know the truth has never lived to tell the tale. When traveling around the world on various classified tasks, Smith requires the following be provided: buffalo jerky, mimosas, and eighty-six pennies. This is all we know about the reclusive woman.