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Uncaged Review – How to Rattle an Undead Couple

How to Rattle an Undead Couple
Hailey Edwards

Urban Fantasy

Bring on the cakes, balloons, cakes, gifts, cakes, and…well…cakes. It’s time for Grier’s baby shower!

Grier is ready to smile for the cameras, rip open the presents, and finally taste that lemon chiffon cake, but it’s just not meant to be. The Grande Dame is MIA, which turns the big event into an even bigger search party. And that delicious cake? It’s going right back in the fridge.

While Grier doesn’t have the best relationship with her mother-in-law, she’s determined her child will grow up with one living grandparent or else. Even if it means wiggling into maternity jeans, putting on actual shoes, and waddling over to Lawson Manor to investigate the potential kidnapping.

Just as the investigation turns a corner, Grier pays the price for her stress. The baby wants out ahead of schedule, and it has a unique way of making its desires known. Unique and terrifying. Now the race is on to find the Grande Dame before the baby makes his or her first appearance.

What do you get when you cross a goddess-touched necromancer with an Eidolon?

Linus and Grier are about to find out firsthand. Now they just have to survive parenthood.

Uncaged Review: In the third epilogue of this series,
Grier is nearing the end of her pregnancy and getting
ready to deal with baby showers. In the meantime,
the Grand Dame is missing along with Boaz. So even
though Grier has to sit most of this investigation out,
she manages to help out still stuffed behind the protective
walls of Wooly.

This wasn’t just a frivolous epilogue, this was a fullfledged
book with all the characters, more Linus and
Grier, and an action-fight sequences tossed in for good
measure with a suspense to solve. This book even
introduces more character development in a couple
areas that I didn’t see coming. Even though this book
is the end of this series, the ending left the door open
for more. And I truly hope that there will be more.
Reviewed by Cyrene

5 Stars


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