Smoke Show by D.N. Erikson
Emmy Davis, the world’s most famous fox shifter, went missing two years ago. And I’ve just been hired to find her.
Publisher’s Description: Emmy Davis, the world’s most famous fox shifter, went missing two years ago.
And I’ve just been hired to find her.
If only things were that simple. The cops have no leads. Other PIs haven’t fared any better. The trail is colder than an arctic winter. And to make matters worse, a mysterious creature from Javy Diaz’s past has taken an alarming interest in the case.
But all that might be the least of my problems. Because you know everything you’ve heard about the pitfalls of social media?
Yeah. Turns out it’s worse than that.
And having 113 million crazed fans breathing down my neck as I search for their lost idol might prove more dangerous than crossing paths with whoever actually took her in the first place…
Smoke Show is the breakneck, action-packed second novel in the new Tess Skye urban fantasy series. It must be read after the first book, Drop Dead.
Nervous Nellie’s nervousness necessitates knowledge of the novel. In other words …SPOILERS. *BEWARE*
Nervous Nellie says…
You know how the next book in a series loses some of it’s shine? Not in this series! I am so happy I found this author because they are amazing. Another book-in-one-day kind of story.
This story does not stray from the urban fantasy genre. No sex, no romance. There is an over arcing story that follows the agreement Tess and Javy made in the first book. To help people.
You’d think this would be a fairly straight forward plot line. 1. missing person 2. search for person 3. found person story done. Yeah, not so much in this story. There are a lot of twists and turns in this story and the action? It was a page turner. I was glued to the book from the first page. There are 3 friends that are social media influencers and they came up with a fantastic idea to boost their ratings, except the plan did not go according to script. I would love to tell you what happened, but I feel like one slip and it’d ruin the anticipation getting to the end of the story. It all ends well, so no fears there. When I got to the end, it was like a lightbulb moment when all was revealed. It was so simple, but yet complicated. I enjoyed the ride greatly.
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