#WOTR22 #Review – Homecoming Homicide: Magical Bureau of Investigation book 1 – By: Albany Walker

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“Hey Frankie, we need ya.”

One phone call, five words, and I’m back in the town I swore I’d never return to.

Hill Crest Library smelled bad, and it wasn’t just the corpse in front of me causing it. The once beautiful building had fallen into disrepair over the past few years.

Belinda the new librarian was doing her best to clean it up, but a dead body wasn’t helping matters.

Dad needs help to solve the murder, so that’s what I’m here to do, then get out of town before anyone even knows I’m back

The case should be easy for an MBI agent, even a newly minted one like me, but before I can check into the hotel my three reasons for leaving, corner in the lobby.

My life just got a lot more complicated.

Homecoming Homicide is a Cozy style Slow Burn RH with an adorkable Heroine and Three not so normal Fellas thrown into the mix.


Review by Kelly

I was sucked in when I read the synopsis so I jump right in and the story has my full attention. Frankie is putting off these great badass vibes like she is a woman to be reckoned with. Her dad calls her home because there has been a murder, but she has a past back home that she would rather like to keep there. However, that does not happen. There are three men that she quite literally ran away from but as soon as she steps foot back in her hometown, they are right there in her way. Now she is dealing with a hurtful past and trying to help her dad solve a murder that is tied to magic. The story of the murder from start to finish was very well written and definitely holds your attention. In my opinion, Frankie sort of irritated me, or maybe it was her harem. Naturally, they are all hot and yummy in their own way and Frankie is in a constant argument with her body, brain, and heart. But the vibe of her being this strong woman at the beginning is overshadowed by the men in her life. These guys are seriously overstepping some boundaries and don’t let her have a say in much at all. Even if done out of love, it got irritating. However, the snark and sass that she gives off is great and her familiar is a hilarious addition to this group of characters. Overall, the story was good and I look forward to seeing what happens next.

Albany lives in Michigan where she’s happily married to her high school sweetheart. She spends most of her time juggling her four children’s extracurricular activities, with her nose stuck in a book. When not reading you can find her writing her very own book boyfriends. Albany’s passion is writing romance with real characters that are far from perfect, but always seem to find their own happily ever afters.

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