Thursday, May 26, 2022

First Chapter Review: First Bite by Avery Daniels


Today's First Chapter Review is of the first book in the Accidental Vampire PI series by Avery Daniels, First Bite

In 24 hours, Misty Summers had the worst date of her life, was bit by a vampire, and her PI boss may close his business as he goes through a divorce. Looking on the positive side, she decides to use her new vampire assets and become the private investigator to keep her income. She doesn’t know what her future holds, but it can’t be any worse! When she starts following up on a missing woman’s case, she finds herself in the middle of murder.

I've loved the covers of all of this author's books, but this one is super adorable. Perfect colors and font for the paranormal cozy mystery genre. The cat is a plus.

FIRST CHAPTER: Misty Summers has just been on the worst blind date of her life, resulting in her walking home through the seedy part of town. Little does she know, her troubles are just getting started.

KEEP READING: For sure. Daniels has a great writing style. I totally love her smart-alecky female leads. Paranormal isn't always what I reach for, but when it's combined with an intriguing mystery, it will capture my attention. That this book is by an author I enjoy, means I can expect to be satisfied at the end; she never disappoints. Based on the first chapter, this story will move along at a good pace. I hope to read the rest of First Bite soon.

Release Date: May 1, 2022
Publisher: Blazing Sword
Ebook: ASIN; 290 pages; $2.99

I received the first chapter of this book from the author through Pump Up Your Book. This review contains my honest opinions, which I have not been compensated for in any way.

Avery Daniels was born and raised in Colorado, graduated from college with a degree in business administration and has worked in fortune 500 companies and Department of Defense her entire life. Her most eventful job was apartment management for 352 units. She still resides in Colorado with two brother black cats as her spirited companions. She volunteers for a cat shelter, enjoys scrapbooking and card making, photography, and painting in watercolor and acrylic. She inherited a love for reading from her mother and grandmother and grew up talking about books at the dinner table. 

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1 comment:

Damyanti Biswas said...

A wonderful review :)