3,5 starsIt was a quick and fun read!
In spite of much flowing blood and many dead bodies.
But don’t feel pity for those humans: they DID hurt cats, and…they were just annoying and disgusting, like all humans are
, it is why they deserved to die. At least it is a life philosophy of Colt Harper, a self-proclaimed master vampire cat, the last alive of his art on the Earth. Only it is not the rules that could be tolerated by the council. The council will not allow any more human killings. Times have changed.
For his behavior Colt is sentenced to community service in a small-town community theater. Even worse is that he has to put up with two further companions in misfortune: Jax, a sensible werewolf ("A warewolf? Oh great. Just great. They detest vampire cats, and they're always hungry."
) and Leshi, a quirky tickling female monster. ("The one thing worse than humans are other monsters"
But who could imagine that this tiny town is swarmed with mendacious monsters, insidious chasers, who hunt monsters, pesky humans (don’t forget, our trio is on probation), and that the owner director of the community theater Saffron-Jade herself is…A cheeky paranormal comedy, full of humor and action. with an eccentric narrator, many hilarious moments, an easy-going holiday read. ***Copy provided by Curiosity Quills Press via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**