Nightshade for Warning basically has most of what made the first entry in the series so charming- cute town, fun characters, interesting light paranormal aspects. Once again, Elliana is forced to help solve another mystery that hits a little too close to home for comfort, and overall I just found this to be a relaxing, enjoyable read – another cozy mystery that plays on the olfactory senses and a subtle type of magic.
However, in book 2, the love interest is pretty much out of the picture, so I missed the sweet romance from the first book. So, maybe not quite as good as book 1, but would still definitely recommend to readers of the first entry.
Thanks for reading!
5 thoughts on “Audiobook Review – Nightshade for Warning”
Nice! Sounds like a fantastic book 🙂 Glad you liked it.
Have a wonderful week, Hayley! 😀
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A very cozy read! Thanks Alex! Hope your week is going well too!
I haven’t read a cozy book in a while. I need to 🙂
My week is going well. Busy but good. How are you, friend? 😀 🙂
So far so good dude! Excited for the Into the Churn release in May and the three day weekend for sure! 🙂
YAY! I’m stoked for Into The Churn!! Can’t wait!
And, I’m also excited for the 3 day weekend! Have a great one! Rock on 🙂
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