To Skin a Wolf: Here Witchy Witchy, Book 4 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Agent Abigail Collins steps foot on pack lands once again to solve a crime. Someone is skinning werewolves and brutally killing members of Simon's pack. It's up to Abby to hunt down the murderer and bring him to justice while she avoids the aftermath of a previous case.
When Abby sent the executioner after Ira she thought the case was closed, but the vampire world has other plans for her. Ira and his experiments aren't going away and Levi is forced to show his past and open up about recent lies.
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|Listening Length||6 hours and 37 minutes|
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|Audible.com Release Date||September 20, 2017|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #299,656 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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Abby Collins is a witch who was raised by Levi, the local head of the vampires. She works as an agent for the PIB (Paranormal Investigations Bureau) and has had a very bad couple of years. She and Simon, the new werewolf alpha never had a date that wasn’t interrupted and put their relationship on hold while he stabilizes the pack. Her uncle is still spying on her. She has had 2 different cars blow up. The PIB Headquarters was bombed and she lost her partner Nick. Her big case ended with the bad vampire, Ira, getting away. Bossman threatens to fire her if Abby doesn’t see a therapist. As a consequence, Abby’s had a quiet couple of months since the bombing.
However, someone is dismembering werewolves. The PIB is investigating and Abby is requested by Simon to lead. He is disturbed because someone is killing strange werewolves and leaving their heads in his club. During the investigation, Abby runs into Ira.
Levi is “on vacation”, which apparently no one believes. He is definitely hiding something. He knows a lot more about Ira than he’s told Abby. And Ira is still experimenting on vampires, werewolves and warlocks.
Abby has to uncover the killer and is distracted by the resurgence of Ira, Uncle Olivier’s interference, Simon her almost-ex-boyfriend and Levi’s absence.
It’s a good story. My only complaint is that there are a lot of open questions at the end. Oh, not about the killer, but this is a series and it is open ended.
The Here Witchy Witchy series continues to draw me in. In To Skin a Wolf the element of creepy reached new levels...the title says it all! I was captivated by the conflict, action and mystery on every page. Kessler continues to open the curtains a little more on secrets surrounding Abigail and it drives me mad, in the best way possible. Every layer that gets pulled back seems to lead to a hidden door, which makes for an entertaining read and a world that I enjoy visiting.
Abigail's character development and strength makes her easily relatable. The fact that she can be strong and confident, but not self-centered and selfish is one of my favorite character traits. SOOOO many times I read female characters that are either one or the other and it is a breath of fresh air to have the two joined together and retain an organic feel.
If you are a fan of Urban Fantasy and are looking for your next binge-worthy series, this is one that won't disappoint.
Book 4 picks up quickly where book 3 left off (if you haven't read that one, turn back and do so). Abigail Collins is faced with probably the greatest foe of her life, struggles to keep emotional control of her magic, and the very normal pangs of jealousy when Simon is suddenly thrown back into her life. Someone is skinning the wolves in his pack, a gruesome crime that Agent Collins is personally requested for, and despite their past connection, she must work professionally with Simon and his hot head second to solve. There are still a lot of secrets surrounding those who she considers her friends and family, ones that could change her life forever and help her solve the biggest mystery of all; what really happened to her parents? And, unfortunately, no one is willing to give her any inkling to what those secrets are.
This book keeps to the Agent Collins solving mysteries that we have come to love so far, but also starts to get down into her personal life mysteries. Abby who claims to have no life outside of her work is suddenly finding the time, whether she likes it or not. And I can't wait to see what happens in book 5.
This story keeps you on your toes guessing the twists and turns and a much-needed surprise at the end.
I recommend this book and recommend the other books in the series.