Wicked in Glimmerspell: A Paranormal Women's Fiction Novel (Hot Flash Homicides #2)

by Addison Moore

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Wicked in Glimmerspell: A Paranormal Women's Fiction Novel by Addison Moore

An impending divorce. A hot homicide detective. And spontaneous time travel. Midlife in Glimmerspell is proving to be magical.

If I thought the first half of my life was a bumpy ride, I’d better buckle up because I’m about to go over the hill and off the rails.

*A laugh out loud Paranormal Women’s Fiction Novel by New York Times Bestseller Addison Moore*

A masquerade ball has all of Glimmerspell a titter as the entire town congregates at Hyland Hall, where an art benefit is set to raise funds for the local university. But things take a dark turn when an artist turns up dead and I’m left holding the murder weapon. Not only will I have to clear my good name, but the local vampire coven has recruited me to help find a couple of missing women using my time-traveling abilities. They’ve got to be kidding, right? I can no more control those jaunts around the calendar than I can control the hot flashes that sponsor them. Here’s hoping I don’t end up dead or worse—staring a mastodon in the face.
Glimmerspell is rumored to be home to vampires, werewolves, and fae, but those are just simply gimmicks to lure tourists to their snowy little town—aren’t they? Turns out, the rumors are true. Add a few paranormal creatures, one very hot vampire, my inability to control my romps around the time continuum, and a murder—and I’ve got more trouble than I know what to do with.

Who said midlife was boring?

Midlife in Glimmerspell can be a real killer.

From the NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY bestselling author, Addison Moore— Cosmopolitan Magazine calls Addison's books, "...easy, frothy fun!"
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Wicked in Glimmerspell: A Paranormal Women's Fiction Novel by Addison Moore