Infernal Enchantment: Firebrand Series, Book 2 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
A gruesome case of grave-robbing lands on Detective Constable Emma Bellamy's desk. But is there more to it than meets the eye?
Being the sole police detective in London's Supernatural Squad is no easy task. I have to navigate my way through a world teeming with supernatural creatures, from vampires to werewolves and everything else in between. My inexperience might count against me but my own shocking supernatural abilities will stand me in good stead - especially when I'm confronted yet again by the gruesome spectre of death....
A vampire has been mysteriously killed in the centre of the city.
Werewolf graves have been plundered for their bodies.
And I think I might be developing an ill-advised crush on a certain black eyed vampire Lord.
Infernal Enchantment is the second book in the thrilling Firebrand urban fantasy series. If you like dark twisty mysteries, smart heroines, and the faintest touch of slow-burn romance, then you'll love Helen Harper's mystical adventure.
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|Listening Length||7 hours and 50 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||October 20, 2020|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #34,237 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#395 in Contemporary Fantasy
#640 in Urban Fantasy
#1,060 in Paranormal Fantasy
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When a young vampire is killed Emma is asked by Lord Horvath (Lukas) to investigate. And so Emma starts her inquiries and tries to follow the clues. She is also practicing with her crossbow and learning that - every time she dies and resurrects - she is getting stronger. Will an ancient book in a library tell Emma who (or what) she is?
I must say I can't wait for the next in the series and fortunately that will be next month (November 2020).
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Emma Bellamy is the only detective in the Supe Squad, the branch of the London police force that deals with crimes involving supernaturals and humans. She always thought she was 100% human until she was murdered one night in a church graveyard and woke up 12 hours later in the morgue. She's trying to keep her mysterious power a secret but already the vampire Lord, her DSI and the local vicar know she rose from the dead.
In this latest instalment, Emma is asked to investigate the death of a young werewolf by his distraught parents who cannot accept that he chose to be made a werewolf and are blaming the pack for his subsequent death (hit by a car). At first Emma's role is comfort and getting rid of the parents, but when the werewolf's remains are not in his coffin it introduces Emma to the world of ghouls!!!
Then the vampire Lord comes to Emma with a problem, an opportunist human thief has killed one of his vampires Emma's investigations lead her to a modern day Fagin and uncover the truth about her powers.
I really like this series. It's light-hearted, I didn't (correctly) predict what kind of Supe Emma is, the characters are engaging and I like the contemporary London spin on PNR, kind of Buffy-esque but also a smidge of Peter Grant in the Rivers of London series.
Eagerly awaiting the third book in the series.
The plot is fairly simple, it borrows from familiar themes of police procedural and urban fantasy. The setting is London.
It has one or two elements that are novel, the nature of the main protagonist and the treatment of ghouls. The writing moves along at a fairly quick pace. The main characters are starting to get more rounded and I am hopeful that future books will develop the other characters equally.
It's an easy and enjoyable read if urban fantasy is a genre you like. I've enjoyed both books in the series and will be getting the 3rd when it is available. It's part of the 'Kindle Unlimited' system if you are signed up for that, making it a no brainer. Get it, read it, enjoy it.