The Director Gets a Grip: Moonchuckle Bay Romantic Comedy #3


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Moonchuckle Bay … Movies … Monsters … Magic!
Famous for directing many of the Creature Feature films that her family’s Moonchuckle Bay Studio is famous for, vampire Bianca Rossi wants to branch out into paranormal romances. Her brothers reluctantly agree, but insist she hire several specific people, including Blake Gladwell, a key grip with a great reputation.

Blake doesn’t believe in love at first sight — until he meets his new boss. He wants romance, but she’s all business — until a saboteur tries to stop the movie altogether.

Will this reluctant vampire finally get a grip?

Flirty Romance with a Touch of Magic by USA Today Bestselling Author Heather Horrocks
Contents: Laughs, sweet romance, light paranormal, friendly townsmonsters, smelly trolls, no swearing.

BOOKS IN THIS SERIES (Each are stand-alone books that may be read in any order.)
#0.5 Jingle Belle (free for signing up to Heather’s website)
#1 The Artist Cries Wolf
#2 The Bridesmaid Earns Her Wings
#3 The Director Gets a Grip
#4 The Fireman Finds His Flame (Feb, 2017)

BOOKS IN THE CHICK FLICK CLIQUE SERIES Each are stand-alone books that may be read in any order.
#1 Pride and Precipitation
#2 Regally Blonde
#3 My Spare Lady
#4 Fifty Shades of Greystoke
#5 While You Were Stranded
#6 Davidson and Goliath

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A Fun New Paranormal Series (By Jessie C on November 1, 2016)
I've already enjoyed Heather Horrocks' Chick Flick Clique series. I am loving her foray into the paranormal realm with Moonchuckle Bay. I like the idea of a place where paranormal can live in peace, and in the open, while tourists think it is all part of the town's movie productions.
In this story, Amber is on the run from a deranged stalker. She follows her brother's last wishes to deliver a letter to his best friend, Samuel. Her brother has asked Samuel to protect her. A job that is not unpleasant for either of them. The romance was sweet, and funny, with a bit of suspense thrown in. Loads of fun! The Artist Cries Wolf was especially appropriate for the day after Halloween. I found myself wishing Moonchuckle Bay was a real town, just for all of the funny gimmicks that they have for the tourists.
I will definitely be on the lookout for more books in this series. Content: clean (some kissing, mild violence, smelly trolls)

You must read!! And I must re-read! (By Kindle Customer on November 2, 2016)
I love Heather Horrocks, and this book is no exception, I like that you can see where its going without it being completely predictable. Such a great story line, I look forward to hearing more about these townsmonsters :) in Moonchuckle Bay.

5-STAR REVIEW OF PRIDE AND PRECIPITATION: Jennifer English Rose Reviews Clean Romances
This was a cute story with some ties to that Austen classic which the title reminds us of. A fun, light trip through small-town news, this book pulled you into the story. With several fun side characters, the story left itself open for many other interlocked stories. With a fun plot and sweet characters, it's a refreshing bit of fun and sweet romance. This one made me smile and definitely made me laugh at several points. With a quick wit and some good conflict, the characters had me falling in love along with them.

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