Tales from Harborsmouth

Tales from Harborsmouth

by E.J. Stevens

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ISBN-13: 9781946046048
Publisher: Sacred Oaks Press
Publication date: 06/12/2017
Series: Ivy Granger Series
Pages: 200
Sales rank: 466,843
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

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Tales from Harborsmouth 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
lauralovesreviewingLT More than 1 year ago
I’ve been wanting to read this series and what better way to discover more about the characters than to read this collection. Ivy Granger, a psychic detective with some Fae in her blood line, is one tough lady, and that’s without special training and weapons. She’s smart, snarky, and you don’t want to be on her bad side. And if she doesn’t set you straight the first attempt, her friend and sidekick, Jinx, will take out the trash. These short stories were just what I needed to get me started on the series. What’s not to love. Paranormal Detectives, loony vampires, a sexy demon that sizzles, trolls, werecats, and so much more. I have to say my favorite was Club Nexus. It’s comprised of Iced, Dusted, Jinxed and Demonized. It’s a particularly nasty case and you get each of the four character’s views on how it all went down. Bloody mayhem, death, and that sexy demon I mentioned earlier made these wickedly delicious for me. Haven’t met Ivy Granger and her pals yet? Give this a go. You’ll be glad you did.
miki_Lecture More than 1 year ago
I received an arc of this book and voluntary choose to review it. I love when author bundles together several novellas from an universe for me it gives an useful additional insight into the series and i'm happy this one is doing it and more. Now some of the novellas can be read in any order, always better to read a series in order novellas included but in this case some are prequel and others gives enough information to satisfy a new reader without making him feel lost. That i absolutely loved it's really a great bonus. Now since we are speaking novellas, i will give a short opinion on each one while trying to avoid spoilers too much. Frostbite: really good, creepy would have it been perfect around halloween time. We discover a bit of Ivy and we see some of her limits as well. Fast paced it's read very quickly. Blood and Mistletoes: We meet again with some secondary characters we met in the main series like Marvin, Kaye or Jenna so it's really enjoyable and for a new reader the author does explain who they are and how Ivy met them so it was really not disturbing or confusing. The investigation is short ( this is a novella after all) but we get all the right elements...i loved to see Ivy deep sense of Justice Club Nexus: This one is in 4 parts/chapter that must be read in order as in each one we get the event from one point of view and deepening some aspect over others... very interesting....we discover more about the demon Forneus and if read in order we do see how much Ivy and Jinx have improved. It's dark, is sure to have effect later in the series but can be read even if you only have started the series or read the anthology to this point without confusion ( or very little spoilers only) Thrill on Joysen Hill: This one is very spoilerish if you haven't read the first 5 books in the series so i do recommend you to wait until you have read those to really savour it. Really it's better as it doesn't really focus on Ivy as she is busy doing something i won't tell and we see a bit more of a secondary character we saw earlier in the series: Sir Torn the cat sidhe king.... he is a funny character i really love him so i was happy to read this but i really do regret not having been up to date in the series first...it can be confusing a little or letting us with more questions...as a result at this point it's the one i enjoyed the less in the anthology but it's still a very good one simply better for a reader of the series ( and one up to date) not the best at all for a new reader