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Shadow Web: A Paranormal Women's Fiction Novel (Moonshadow Bay Book 5) Kindle Edition
The holidays are here, and this year, they’re deadly…
It’s my first Thanksgiving back in Moonshadow Bay, and everything is hunky-dory until the Witches Guild assigns me a research project for the upcoming Winter Solstice Festival. Not only do I melt down my computer, but I download a demon who ends up stuck in my house.
But Tarvish the Funtime demon is the least of my worries when my grandmother asks my BFF and me to go undercover. A magical pyramid scheme has moved into town and it’s siphoning more than money off its recruits. Will we be able to take it down, or will the leader of the cult manage to silence us for good?
Reading Order of Series:
1. Starlight Web
2. Midnight Web
3. Conjure Web
4. Harvest Web
5. Shadow Web
- ASIN : B09BZYP8P9
- Publisher : Nightqueen Enterprises LLC; 1st edition (November 30, 2021)
- Publication date : November 30, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 4427 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 234 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #128,300 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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This time, January is hosting her first Thanksgiving dinner and man, I don’t envy her in the least. It’s a daunting task but January is up for it even as she finds herself tasked with other things by the Witch’s Guild and her grandmother. I loved how the author convey’ s January’s issues in a positive way with everything. From dealing with her ex-husband to the daunting task of hosting a holiday meal for friends and family. January is someone I could see being friends with as well as Ari and the rest of the gang. They are so lifelike and complex; you can’t help but enjoy them all. I do caution that even if you read this book first, its best to go from the beginning as you can see how January grows with each book in her powers, her life and more. It’s a lovely pleasure to read her journey into standing on her own two feet and I liked seeing her soar with each book as she gained confidence in herself. SHADOW WEB delivers the perfect Thanksgiving story to start your holiday reading off right and I am eager to see what happens next in Moonshadow Bay as well with January and the gang.
This is an objective review and not an endorsement
I thoroughly enjoyed Shadow Web. January is really becoming one with herself. She is learning who she is and it’s very much starting to show. I felt a big sense of hearth and home throughout the story. She has finally I believe put her past life behind her and is really looking forward to things to come. She’s happy and it shows. January knows that family is not always blood and she sees that in the people around her. She’s willing to help get to the bottom of things and even puts her own self in danger to make things right. From Funtime Demons to putting her own self in danger January makes leaps and bounds with who she is and what she’s capable of doing. Yasmine Galenorn gives a true holiday feel with her unique style of paranormal with Shadow Web.
January is finding her place in Moon Shadow Bay.
She loves her house, and her job, her wonderful friends and family and a loving boyfriend! Everything seems like it’s pretty settled for her.
But, she is still learning how to connect with people outside her comfort zone, and then of course there is the demon! :-)
This is definitely one of the more creative demons I’ve come across in urban fantasy.
I won’t give anything away, but it’s delightful. That in itself should tell you something, since we don’t usually describe demons as delightful.
One of the excellent things about this book is that it works equally well if you have read the previous books in the series, or if this is your first introduction to this world. New readers will be able to enjoy the story as it unfolds, while those of us familiar with the series will recognize characters and ongoing storylines. I don’t often see readers’ needs balanced so well.
I wonder what is going to happen to January and her crew next.
Oh, and the pyramid scheme? Well, you’ll just have to read it to find out, but, basically, pyramid schemes and magic don’t mix so well.
I have enjoyed this series so much, and this is the best yet.
January is hosting her first Thanksgiving dinner and that is a focus throughout the story. At the same time, she has been given some hefty duties to complete for the Witch's Guild as well as her grandmother Rowan. To top it off, she still has to deal with her ex husband. With all that going on, wouldn't you know that she finds her home inhabited by a demon.
So she has to figure out how to manage all of these things and still have a beautiful Thanksgiving time with her friends and juggle her interpersonal relationships with Ari, Killian and Killian's younger sister.
Yasmine Galenorn creates worlds that are magical. Her characters are relatable as they struggle with issues that many of us struggle with at times.
This is a wonderful read!
I think this was the most action filled book of the series so far. There was never a dull moment. As with all of Yasmine Galenorn’s books, I couldn’t put this one down. Yasmine weaves a beautiful world I wish was real and never want to leave. I love that we got to learn more about Killian‘s family especially his sister. Getting to learn more of the backstory of the many characters is one of my favorite parts of Yasmine‘s books. I love that she doesn’t just tell you everything all at once. Yasmine gives you little pieces of their story in every book that enhance the plot of that story. I can’t wait for the next book!