There are some cliches. You just know Sampson cares deeply about Ellie despite how he acts and it's obvious how he's hiding his feelings (badly at times) and eye rolling how oblivious she is. But I enjoyed the banter between the two. Snark is so much fun. It adds a lightness to the story. The other cliche is the mystery at the end. But it's one of those cliches were you want to read more to know if it was a big lie and the cliche is being flipped, or if it is just a classic cliche and how will Ellie deal with it. Sometimes, I read cliches and just groan. This wasn't the case.
I'd say my main complaint would be the story moved fast. It's a novella, so it's not long to begin with and it flowed smoothly, but I would have like the plot to slow down so I could enjoy the world more and get to know the characters better. I got the gist of who they were, but I think a little more fleshing out would have been nice.
Overall, it's a good start to a fun series. I look forward to what other creatures will appear in future books. Any lover of vampires, werewolves, and other supernatural creatures will want to pick this up.
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?
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