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Funny, entertaining, and absolutely delightful. Susan, an investigated reporter, has moved into a flat, which is home to three supernaturals. Instead of being an opportunity for inter species growth, it is stressful and dangerous for the supernaturals.
If the supernatural police, Rouge Retrievers, discovers a supernatural has made humans aware of magic, they are abducted and taken back to Candlefield, the town for supernaturals only. Facing a new human flatmate, what is Dorothy, the vampire to do about her blood, can Neil, the wizard, refrain from using magic, or Charlie, the werewolf, curb his tendency to be helpful and inadvertently let something slip? If they cannot keep the secret, back to Candlefield they go.
We are following the lives of these 20 something supernaturals who have left home to explore the opportunities provided in the human world. Susan, the human, has returned home because she needs a job, and she is looking for that one investigative story that will bring her fame. With the pressure from the other supers in the building, our super flat mates must find a way to get rid of Susan before they all get sent back to Candlefield.
If you are familiar with Adele Abbott’s The Witch PI series, this will be very familiar to you. This is the same world with the same rules. Do not make the mistake and compare the characters in the series; Witch PI series and Our New Flatmate Is a Human.
The story line includes, the flat mates trying to keep their true nature from Susan, Susan and the supers have family issues, and Susan looking for that breaking news story. There is a lot to keep you entertained for a cozy mystery.
I am downloading the next one. I want to see the extent the flatmates have to go to hide their true characters from Susan.
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I really enjoyed this first installment in the Susan Hall mystery series. As with her other series, Adele Abbott's characters are well developed and enjoyable. I look forward to more in this series.
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