Kristen Painter created a new world yet again. This one is lighter than House of Comarre, Crescent City and Sin City Collectors. It is very well developed and beautifully written. I am looking forward to the next books and further developments, because this book left me wanting to know more about Nocturne falls and its inhabitants. Some parts even had me laughing out loud.
Without giving any spoilers, I can say that characters are very lovable, each in their own way, the story in interesting, funny, intense, and the whole idea is original. Our heroine Delaney is strong and smart, the hero Hugh is lovable, regardless of how much he tries to be otherwise. There are proper villains and a good group of supporting characters. Nocturne Falls is a tourist attraction, a place where supernaturals don’t have to hide as Halloween is celebrated every day. Delaney ends up in Nocturne Falls by chance, and Hugh gets pushed into the situation, however, the initial chemistry is there and it is developing gradually through their interactions and various situations.
All in all, I loved the book, I read it in one sitting, and I highly recommend it. I know I will be reading it again soon.
Nocturne falls series reading order: The Vampire’s Mail Order Bride (Nocturne Falls #1), The Werewolf Meets His Match (Nocturne Falls #2), The Gargoyle Gets His Girl (Nocturne Falls, #3), The Professor Woos The Witch (Nocturne Falls, #4), and The Witch’s Halloween Hero (Nocturne Falls #4.5) in Spell of the Ball Anthology, The Werewolf’s Christmas Wish (Nocturne Falls #4.75) in Hex the Halls Anthology, The Vampire’s Fake Fiancée (Nocturne Falls #5), A Vampire’s Valentine Surprise (Nocturne Falls #5.5), The Shifter Romances The Writer (Nocturne Falls #6), and upcoming The Vampire’s True Love Trials (Nocturne Falls#6.5) in the Taming The Vampire Anthology – https://www.goodreads.com/series/156334. And a spinoff Miss Frost Solves A Cold Case : A Nocturne Falls Mystery (Jayne Frost #1).