To Seize A Wayward Spirit by R.L. Naquin
🎩🎩🎩🎩 hats from Red!
Right off the bat I’ll say I didn’t realize this was a second book. My fault. I loved the Monster Haven books so much that I dived right into this one without checking. It was a bit confusing at first, but one thing I love about this author from previous books is you don’t realize you’ve missed much. The writing was phenomenal and I quickly got into the story. Kam is an absolute nut who I love. She’s so confident that even when she’s failing she pulls it off. Tahm is still a mystery to me. I feel like he has so many layers and we only got to see the first layers. I can’t wait to find out more about him. Ash is a sweet girl who seems like she grounds Kam. I think all three together make an awesome trio of chasers.
This was a seriously cute and witty book that I’m glad to add to my collection. I’ll definitely pick up the first one and get a bit more backstory. The Hidden aren’t so hidden anymore, and chasing souls gets a lot more complicated when new deaths pop up everywhere.
Sometimes monsters like to pretend to be humans dressing up as monsters…
After a major goof turned their last mission into chaos, Hidden Government chaser Kam and her friends must hunt and recapture a crapton of souls. Seventeen, to be precise. But by the time they chase down the first one—a goblin en route back home to Oklahoma—a banshee ups and gets assassinated, leaving their progress at exactly negative one.
The connection between Kam’s goblin and her banshee? A cosplay club, natch. Because sometimes monsters like to pretend to be humans dressing up as monsters.
As the body count rises and the Hidden cosplayers point fingers at each other, it’s up to Kam and her team to stop the insanity. One costumed faction has a secret they’re not sharing—even with each other—and if the bad seed isn’t found soon, the others are likely to be murdered…or worse.