I would really recommend reading this only after reading How To Date Dead Guys (the first book in Under the Blood Moon) first, not only because it will explain a lot but also a lot of the characters will make another appearance. This review contains some minor spoilers for the first book.
Officer Walker now in on Emma’s secret, the real trouble is only starting. As Emma no longer just can rewatch the past, but also relive it. When she’s asked to help investigate some murders, things get out of hand, quickly.
I’m not sure about this one. While I still quite enjoyed it, it was a bit less than in the first novel. There were a few things that I had trouble believing, mostly the way Officer Walker is using Emma to solve the crimes. Even besides that it is obviously not standard procedure, I thought he was an idiot for not seeing that it had this kind of effect on Emma, even if she was trying to hide it.
Although I liked to see some of the characters from last book return, I didn’t really buy the story and I’m undecided whether I liked it or not. The writing was much the same as the previous book, making it a quick read (Oh, I’ve read 35% already!) kind of book that’s perfect when you need something light.
Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!