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Bloody Acquisitions

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Bloody Acquisitions (2016) Drew Hayes

This is the third Fred the Vampire Accountant book.

This is such a fun and silly series.

(I)n life my reaction speed was always somewhere between “abysmal” and “for the love of heaven don’t let Fred hold anything too valuable.”

The walk to the inn took around ten minutes, but it would have been five if Neil’s slower gait hadn’t caused everyone else to match his pace. Part of the comparative slowness was that he was one of the few humans in the group, magic-slinging skills notwithstanding, but it was also due to the fact that studying tomes of ancient magic wasn’t an activity that did much for cardio.

A vampire clan has come to town, hoping to move into the area, which means Fred is probably in trouble, since he’ll be seen as either a nuisance or a threat, so his friends do what they can to keep him safe.

Of course, they also get him into trouble, even if it’s not on purpose.

“Lawyer said you might feel that way, so she got the Clover children to authorize an extra fee on top of what you usually charge, for the short notice,” Bubba said.

“I can’t imagine there’s a number that would justify me tossing my entire schedule out the window for one unexpected client.”

That sentiment lasted exactly as long as it took for Bubba to tell me the number.

“Then again, I suppose it couldn’t hurt to at least take a look at the books,” I said, backpedaling quickly.

As I said, this is a fun series and I’m enjoying the heck out of it.

Publisher: REUTS Publications
Rating: 8/10

Categories: 8/10, Fantasy, Supernatural     Comments (0)    



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