In this town the things that go bump in the night...just might kill you.
The Dark of Night series, book 1Isabel Stone wanted a normal life. But when the unexpected death of her father leaves her at the helm of the family PI business, things quickly go from weird to worse. Vampires are on the loose and out of the coffin, and only Isabel can walk the fine line between the world of the living and the world of the undead. Torn between letting go of her past and embracing her future, Isabel will have to decide who she can trust, and be willing to use all the weapons at her disposal, to get to the bottom of a terrifying string of deaths that lead right to her doorstep—before she becomes the next victim. In a city where nothing is what it seems, ending up the target of a deranged killer might actually be the high point of her week.
Isabel has given up a lot to take over her father’s PI business after his passing. She I not what comes to mind when one thinks of a PI. Her life is definitely interesting. With the Vampires out of the coffin she has been taking on some pretty supernatural cases as of late. When a father comes to her for help in finding his missing daughter after the police have given up she has no idea exactly what she is signing up for. Her partner Shane is of the undead persuasion and also happens to be her former fiancé. With him watching her back what could possibly go wrong? The case leads them down some pretty dangerous avenues and may just cost them both their lives. This is an action packed paranormal read. I can’t wait to see what comes next!
"Glass’s by-the-numbers debut is... straight out of the Laurell K. Hamilton playbook. Isabel Stone is a 22-year-old PI in a world that’s still adjusting to the recent revelation that vampires are real. She lives (nonromantically) with her now-vampiric ex-fiancé, Shane. When she lands what appears to be a standard missing-persons case, sure enough, there turns out to be a supernatural element, and that soon leads to the usual slate of vampire and werewolf political and romantic machinations." ~Publisher's Weekly