Werewolf Sings the Blues

Werewolf Sings the Blues

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by Jennifer Harlow
     
 

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If Vivian’s life had a soundtrack,every song would be the Blues

  1. Pushin’ Thirty (Hard Life Takes Its Toll)
  2. Singer Going Nowhere Fast
  3. Mysterious Stalker Got a Hold on Me
  4. Bullets, Blood, and Fur
  5. Long Lost Werewolf Daddy Done Me Wrong
  6. Ain’t No

Overview

If Vivian’s life had a soundtrack,every song would be the Blues

  1. Pushin’ Thirty (Hard Life Takes Its Toll)
  2. Singer Going Nowhere Fast
  3. Mysterious Stalker Got a Hold on Me
  4. Bullets, Blood, and Fur
  5. Long Lost Werewolf Daddy Done Me Wrong
  6. Ain’t No Pack War Gonna Keep Me Down
  7. Love on the Run (feat. Sexy Jason)
  8. Melting in His Icy Eyes
  9. She’s No Good (Born Under a Bad Moon)
  10. Don’t Let Her Song Be Cut Short
  11. Livin’ La Vida Werewolf (Bonus Track)

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"[Vivian's] journey ends with a twist that will have readers rapidly flipping the pages."—RT Book Reviews

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Kirkus Reviews
2014-02-10
A reckless singer gets dragged on a cross-country chase by her supposed adoptive brother—who's also a werewolf—in the second Midnight Magic Mystery. Eight long years before the events of What's a Witch to Do? (2013), Vivian Dahl is working as a part-time chanteuse whose best days include drugs and booze. She notices a man at her latest gig giving her the eye but thinks nothing of it until she's attacked by a group of men and the stranger steps in to save her life. Jason, or Blondie, as Viv takes to calling him, claims to have been sent by Viv's long-absent father, Frank. Viv can't decide if it's weirder that her father is back in the picture or that one of Jason's hands appears to be a paw, but she has little choice but to accept his help. As the two high-tail it across the country to Maryland, stoic Jason fills in Viv on her father's werewolf identity and his own. Apparently, Frank didn't want to leave his family but was afraid to put them in danger. Viv's not sure she trusts this Jason, especially when he claims that Frank took him in and raised him as one of his own. Now she has 3,000 miles to figure out who's telling the truth and why someone's out to kill her. Glimpses into the lives of later characters in the series, like Mona McGregor and Adam Blue, are as good as this installment gets, for poor Vivian just doesn't have the same magic. An overdose of back story weighs down this mix of thriller and romance.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780738736129
Publisher:
Midnight Ink
Publication date:
03/08/2014
Series:
A Midnight Magic Mystery, #2
Pages:
360
Sales rank:
612,345
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 1.10(d)

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Meet the Author

Jennifer Harlow (Atlanta) earned a BA from the University of Virginia in psychology. Her eclectic work experience ranges from government investigator to radio DJ to lab assistant. She is also a member of Sisters in Crime. Visit her online at JenniferHarlow.com.

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Werewolf Sings the Blues 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Sailon More than 1 year ago
Werewolf Sings the Blues grew on me slowly and by the end I was hooked. Once the story got rolling, I was all in to the adventure. There was a good balance of humor, sexual tension and mystery adding the perfect amount of intrigue to the plot.  Jason, although socially inept, was my favorite character with his unyielding loyalty and ability to take action when needed.  I'm not a fan of open drug use but again that is something resolved during Jason and Vivian's journey.  I did love watching the progression of Vivian from self absorbed want a be star to selfless kiddie care taker. Werewolf Sings the Blues is an alluring trip across country with a hot werewolf . Entertaining, intriguing and fast paced, Werewolf Sings the Blues is a terrific read for the paranormal romance/shifter fan. I received this ARC copy of Werewolf Sings the Blues from Jennifer Harlow - Midnight Ink in exchange for a honest review. This book is set for publication March 8, 2014. 
damlindabks More than 1 year ago
This was a great book - I really liked how the characters and storyline came together.  I also liked the dialogue between the characters.  Another feather in Jennifer Harlow's Author Hat!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not one of my favorites. I felt the book dragged and did not get interesting until the last third of the book. My first book I read by Jennifer Harlow was What's a Witch To Do. I was hooked from that one on & read all the FREAKS books but was disappointed in this one. Not a bad read, but compared to her other books I've read was not as good. Would love to see a sequel to What's a Witch To Do or another in the FREAKS series.