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Life’s a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 3) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Stephanie Dulac

Life's a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes, #3)Life’s a Witch by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Lifes a witch is the third book in the New Orleans Nocturnes series by Carrie Pulkinen. This series gets better with each book you read. In the third book we get to know more about the witch Crimson Oliver. I really liked her character i found her very entertaining. When she starts dating demon Mike Cortez the book gets even better. I loved mike and his character i felt him and crimson were perfect for each other. I found this series very funny and entertaining and the relations between characters were really fun to read about. This series is really worth the read if you havent yet make sure to add this to your TBR pile 🙂 Thank you Carrie Pulkinen for writing this wonderful series and i cant wait to read more of your books.

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No Rest for the Wicked (Life Is Hell Book 1) by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

No Rest for the Wicked (Life is Hell #1)No Rest for the Wicked by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Stars
No Rest for the Wicked (Life Is Hell Book 1) by Naomi Valkyrie

Wow! I absolutely loved this book and is definitely my favorite by this author. From the moment I started reading I couldn’t stop I was on the edge of my seat trying to figure out what was going to happen next. This author continues to amaze me with her attention to detail and her characters are simply amazing. This story has a bit of everything from mystery to action, fantasy , paranormal, witches, and romance. Delilah is feeling a little like a burnt out demon, so she decides to take a break which finds her in a small town that is full of secrets. Will she find the peace and quiet shes seeking? Will she find there’s no rest for the wicked? Find out what happens next in this must read. I can’t wait for the next book in this series.

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No Rest for the Wicked (Life Is Hell Book 1) by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Elizabeth Sanchez

No Rest for the Wicked (Life is Hell #1)No Rest for the Wicked by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

No Rest for the Wicked is book 1 in Naomi Valkyrie’s Life is Hell series. It is my first demon book, so i didn’t know what to expect. It was really good, written with enough details that I was not confused. There was a lot of good description so I could envision the different characters. There were demons, angels, witches, and more. I love Delilah’s character. She is very sarcastic and has a I don’t give a F attitude. The book had me laughing out loud a couple times. Despite being a killer, she is a pretty cool chick, lol. The book had a lot of characters, and their relationships and history were well written. The book ended good, it wasn’t a cliff hanger, but ended open enough to leave readers anticipating the next story. I look forward to reading the rest of the series. Quickly became a fan of the author and her writing style.

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No Rest for the Wicked ( Life is Hell Book 1 ) by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Carla Clemmons

No Rest for the Wicked (Life is Hell #1)No Rest for the Wicked by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

No Rest for the Wicked is a must read!! I am pretty picky when it comes to paranormal romance. This book is so good I could not put it down! Delilah is great! Then you bring in Malakhi and Caspian and it gets really good! The story comes together so nicely and unexpectedly. It jumps right into the story and takes you right into the lives of the characters. Naomi Valkyrie knows how to keep you reading and wanting more! I cannot wait for more from her! I will be looking for more of her books!

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No Rest for the Wicked (Life Is Hell Book 1) by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Erin Wolf

No Rest for the Wicked (Life is Hell #1)No Rest for the Wicked by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I give No Rest for the Wicked (Life Is Hell Book 1) by Naomi Valkyrie, 5 stars.

This book was incredible. I love how it incorporated the whodunit with the supernatural. Yes, I have read these types of stories before, but the author really put her on spin on it. The story is gripping and very interesting. I was left guessing until the end. And then there are the characters. Delilah is absolutely wonderful and a new favorite main character. She is real and flawed, yet still has a big heart. The secondary characters are also great and make this book and world even better. Another thing I like is the variety of supernatural creatures and relationships that we see in his book. I get tired of seeing the same thing over and over and over, so I appreciate variety that much more.

If you are a fan of supernatural murder mysteries set in an incredible world, this book is for you.

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No Rest for the Wicked (Life Is Hell Book 1) by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Cindy Rushin

No Rest for the Wicked (Life is Hell #1)No Rest for the Wicked by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this book by Naomi Valkyrie. I love reading books about demons that have a heart and the story of Delilah fit the bill. I also loved watching Delilah, Malakhie, and Caspian find each other and decide to give love a shot. Naomi Valkyrie is a new author for me but I am so glad that I discovered her. I look forward to reading more from her.

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Shift Happens: A Paranormal Romantic Comedy (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 2) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Ashley Tackett

Shift Happens (New Orleans Nocturnes, #2)Shift Happens by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

From page one, the book is hilarious! I loved every moment of this easy read. This has everything I look for in a light and fun book. The main characters are on point with their humor and hotness! Such a cute PNR! I’ve already downloaded book #3!

Reviewed by @ashley-tackett
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Shift Happens: A Paranormal Romantic Comedy (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 2) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Sara Shalovelo

Shift Happens (New Orleans Nocturnes, #2)Shift Happens by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Shift happens – what a perfect title for this tremendously well written story. When I first read this title, it sparked my interest. After reading the first chapter… I. Was. Hooked.
The story revolves around Sophie, the ‘kind of ‘ witch, who is at the wrong place at the wrong time. She stumbles into Trace, who accuse her of something that becomes a hilarious misunderstanding. As the story continues to unravel, I couldn’t help but fail in love with these characters. I cheered them on, I laughed and my jaw dropped from the amazing one liners.
This story that Carrie Pulkinen has created will not disappoint. It has everything from relatable characters that will sneak their way into your heart, the right amount of romance, a pinch of adventure, mystery, tension and a dash of perfectly executed puns and one liners.
If you’re thinking about reading this, do yourself a favour and do it. But make sure to clear your schedule because once you start, you won’t be able to stop.

 

Sara Shalovelo

November 28, 2020

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Shift Happens: A Paranormal Romantic Comedy (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 2) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Roxsanne Lesieur

Shift Happens (New Orleans Nocturnes, #2)Shift Happens by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a romance with a bit of something extra, a dash of fur and fangs set in New Orleans and the French Quarter. Sophie Burroughs is a lady who loves animals, she has a dog walking business, a grandmother who was a witch and the who would love nothing more than to be one too and a best friend who is a vampire, but she also wants to get together for a night of passion with a werewolf. Trace Thibodeaux just happens to be a werewolf trying to find his best friend and relive his pack from the curse that they have been under since he disappeared, he is tall, handsome with a bad boy attitude and he doesn’t want to make repeat mistakes while trying to do this.

We meet sophie when she is with her best friend Jane trying desperately to work a spell to get a stain out of her shirt which was written by her grandma in her grimoire, but try as she might and in various states of undress, she is not succeeding, so when the frustration of it all gets to her and she shoves the grimoire to the floor, the last thing she was expecting to hear was that Jane had found a prophecy on the last page of the grimoire. Thinking that it was about her deceased dad on first glance, but when they read through it again, Jane realises that it’s actually about Sophie and that some parts of it have already happened, she has arrived in New Orleans and the other day a werewolf bit her at a halloween party! It is the next couple of lines which are both ominous and strange, but no more ominous or strange as her not being able to join the local coven and there being no uproar about the bite in the first place when it is illegal.

Trace is following Sophie, she is under surveillance by the pack because they think she is the one who is forcing the shifters to uncontrollably change form one form to the other and as one of the only unregistered witch, she is the most likely culprit, especially when he sees her walking 5 male dogs together on leashes, but he cannot hide the feelings her scent triggers in him, which is why he bit her in the first place at the party and he can already smell his scent mixing with hers as the transition to werewolf is starting, which is a massive problem and he has to rectify it because if she does complete the transition, her inborn ability with animals will make her a strong wolf and a risk with her ability to possibly control other alpha’s. He cannot ignore his feelings no matter how hard he tries and while he is following her as she finishes her rounds and drops the dogs off home, he nearly loses her, but sees her going into a coffee shop.

Sophie enters the cafe, she has had the feeling that someone was watching her, but couldn’t see anyone there, however, and thinks about the guy from the party, why the witches won’t help her and how this coffee shop is run by a witch, but she hasn’t yet broached the subject with er, however, she is jolted from these trains of thought when she sees Trace outside the window, she forgets all about the coffee and goes outside to find him. She doesn’t find him, however, she does find a dog in a muddy pothole and thinking it might be lost, decides to take him home to give it a bath and look for it’s owner the next day. What she doesn’t know is that it actually is Trace and that he has been forced to shift into his wolf form and that she is going to take full advantage of this opportunity to go into Sophie’s house and look for his friend, but the plan backfires on both of them when he shifts back and Sophie has to call in Jane as a reinforcement.

What will this pair do now, will they be able to resist their urges, or will they be torn apart by the two worlds they live in?

Reviewed by @roxsannel

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No Rest for the Wicked (Life Is Hell Book 1) by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Kerry Carr

No Rest for the Wicked (Life is Hell #1)No Rest for the Wicked by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this book. Naomi Valkyrie  is one of my favourite authors. I love her mix of mystery and paranormal and this book definately doesn’t disappoint.

Delilah is a demon. Her whole existence revolves around murder and basically satisfying her needs. When this life isn’t working out for her she leaves the city hoping that a quiet place would give her some much need peace and quiet.

Boy how wrong she was. With witches, shapeshifters  and her being forced to commit murder there literally is no rest for the wicked.

Can Delilah survive the binding by the witches? How many people will die? And can her love interest Sheriff Malakhi  save her and his town?

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