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Fangs for the Memories (Providence Paranormal College Book 2) Kindle Edition
Memory is a tricky business.
No one remembers Maddie May. That’s fine with her, since that’s just a side effect of Umbral magic. Unfortunately, she has to take the Magic Theory Lab at Providence Paranormal College. Maddie won’t pass if the Professor can’t remember her.
Henry Baxter’s a psychic vampire who can store total recall for himself and others. He’s been in business since 1986, but new regulations mean he needs a degree to keep operating. Going back to college after sixty years on Earth is definitely a drag, especially since society treats vampires as second-class citizens.
The woman everyone forgets and the man who remembers everything seem like a natural pair. While Maddie’s all for it, Henry keeps pushing her away. But what if the only way they’ll survive is together?
“I spent more than a couple of late nights reading through these stories to find out what was going to happen to my new friends!” – Michael Anderle, Best-Selling Author of The Kurtherian Gambit
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- ASIN : B092MPB9HF
- Publisher : LMBPN Publishing; 2nd edition (April 14, 2021)
- Publication date : April 14, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 1847 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 210 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1649716982
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #363,799 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I loved Bearly Awake, the first book in this series. I thought Bobbie was adorable, especially when sleepy, and Lynn was a good contrast to him. And I thought the campus felt fascinating in its retro-ness. It felt like something out of the 1960s. That 1960s vibe is still strong in this story, and even more so with Henry feeling like an old private eye from the 40s awkwardly trying to fit into the current period. This book stars Maddie, Lynn’s roommate, who we saw briefly in Bearly Awake. She is a fascinating character with being umbral affinity, people forget her as soon as they look away, making her character lonely, tragic, and determined who is accepting of not being remembered, but still doesn’t want to be forgotten. I liked her romance with Henry, which focused more on his old-fashioned-ness and less on his being a vampire. I didn’t like this book quite as much as the first mainly because this story felt like it got swamped in magical details and innerworkings of the magical system, trying to establish the foundations of the rest of the book series. The talk about complicated affinities reminded me a lot of Sarina Dorie’s Womby’s Wayward Witches series. It felt like it was trying to cram in way too much, spending so much time on the seelie and unseelie turf war and who was on which side (cliché and I’m not looking forward to the books dealing with that). And it spent a lot of time blatantly trying to introduce all of the other characters/creatures who would be starring in later books. On one side it was taking away time that should have been spend on Maddie and Henry and way overcomplicating things (and tying up some strings just by pure the author pulling a card out of a hat and sending them in a direction which felt like cutting corners and didn’t actually tie together -like when they went to question the professor), but on the other hand, it does have me intrigued in checking out the other books. For instance, I hate wolf shifters, and especially alphas, but I did feel like I got to know Josh enough that he pops out of the mold and could potentially be an interesting character in the next book (just hope he kicks the smoking habit before I pick up the book though). I’m eager to find out more about that genie lamp, which is in one of the future books. But I checked through all of the books, and it’s making me beyond sad that Olivia, the owl shifter, doesn’t have her own book. Honestly, I had never heard of Trogdor before picking up this book. When they kept calling Blaine that, I figured it was his last name, until I heard otherwise. I ended up having to Google it since there was no explanation for why they were calling him that in the book.