Summary : Anita Blake meets Sookie Stackhouse. I love it.
Book 1 in the Molly Maddison series
Molly Maddison grew up in a funeral home that unfortunately backed up to the largest Insane Asylum in the state. Very few understand what happens after death, Molly does. While other children were playing in the park with their living friends, Molly was in the cemetery playing with the dead. To say she is troubled is an understatement.
Now Molly has a new plan, to attempt to lead a normal life, and ban the contact with any of the dead. Realizing that she is madly in love with one of them was never part of that plan. However neither life or death ever go as planned and Molly is called upon to perform her role as the family Crypt Keeper…
Is she up for the task? Only time will tell.
About the Author
K.A. Young is a paranormal/fantasy romance author that lives with her family in the South. She began writing because her mind was swimming with incredible stories that were begging to be told. Her love for reading began as a small child when she realized that a good book was an instant escape to a mystical land that could be reached anytime and from anyplace.
I can honestly say that this book was incredibly enjoyable for me. K.A. Young manages to keep up an amazing pace filled with twists and turns oozing with sexual tension. Think of Molly Madison as a cross between Anita Blake and Sookie Stackhouse, all the fun of a badass woman, with none of the horrible stereotypes that strong female characters are given.
Literally I love this book, and as shocked and disappointed when it ended. How could it end? In a great way, that leaves the reader wanting more, and yearning to see how Molly is going to cope with the things she has now discovered.
A lot of ground is covered in the book, and you feel yourself panting along with Molly in trying to keep up with the pace. But I assure you, hang in there, because you’re in for a wild and fun ride.