Book Review ~ To Skin a Wolf by A.L. Kessler

November 17, 2017 4.5 Bullet Rating 0 ★★★★

Book Review ~ To Skin a Wolf by A.L. KesslerTo Skin a Wolf by A.L. Kessler
Series: Here Witchy Witchy #4
Also in this series: No More Black Magic, The Trouble with Ghosts
on May 14, 2017
Genres: Paranormal, Urban Fantasy
Pages: 173
Format: eBook
Source: Personally Purchased
Goodreads
Amazon four-stars
Wolves…

Agent Abigail Collins steps foot on pack lands once again to solve a crime. Someone is skinning werewolves and brutally killing members of Simon’s pack. It’s up to Abby to hunt down the murderer and bring him to justice while she avoids the aftermath of a previous case.

Vampires…

When Abby sent the executioner after Ira she thought the case was closed, but the vampire world has other plans for her. Ira and his experiments aren’t going away and Levi is forced to show his past and open up about recent lies.

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To Skin a Wolf is the 4th book in A.L. Kessler’s Here Witchy Witchy urban fantasy series. Secrets are unraveling and I can’t wait for the next book!

The Here Witchy Witchy series continues to draw me in. In To Skin a Wolf the element of creepy reached new levels…the title says it all! I was captivated by the conflict, action and mystery on every page. Kessler continues to open the curtains a little more on secrets surrounding Abigail and it drives me mad, in the best way possible. Every layer that gets pulled back seems to lead to a hidden door, which makes for an entertaining read and a world that I enjoy visiting.

Abigail’s character development and strength makes her easily relatable. The fact that she can be strong and confident, but not self-centered and selfish is one of my favorite character traits. SOOOO many times I read female characters that are either one or the other and it is a breath of fresh air to have the two joined together and retain an organic feel.

If you are a fan of Urban Fantasy and are looking for your next binge-worthy series, this is one that won’t disappoint.


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