Last Call At The Nightshade Lounge by Paul Krueger (5 out of 5)


The minute I saw the cover, I wanted a martini. Then I wanted to read the book. I did the cardinal sin of judging the book by its cover. This book is out now. And a load of fun! I described it to my coworker as a mixture of Douglas Adams, Jim Butcher, and your favorite paranormal bartender. The fine folks at Quirk Books bring this fun book to our attention. Quirk=quirky. Indeed.

Bailey Chen is fresh out of college when she arrives home to Chicago. Her friend and former awkward fling Zane gets her a gig as a bartender at his uncle’s bar. Bailey is more than a little startled that they are all monster fighting bartenders! Zane enlightens Bailey that long after dark, a posse of demons have been prowling the streets of Chi-town. Bailey gets the honor of mixing the drinks that will stop the fiends in their tracks and save the city and innocent parties from harm. Bailey is an independent, strong female lead who stands up for herself while fighting the good fight! What fun to read about a tough, ballsy girl. Zane is a trip himself. The supporting cast of warrior bartenders? Hilarious. An added bonus is the cocktail recipes throughout the book. All around, this book is a blast. Get out and get yours!

~ by generationgbooks on June 11, 2016.

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