Goodreads: Glamorous: A Grace Bishop Novel

Author: Denise Bossarte

Published: 1st February 2018

Source: Copy from Author

Rating: 3/5 (Liked it)

Official Summary: “A serial killer preys on homeless girls. Only her powers can stop him.

Grace is a survivor.

Haunted by the memories of the car accident that killed her brother and brought her police career to an end, she’s determined to bring wrongdoers to justice as a PI.

Little do her clients know that the accident gave her more than nightmares; it gave her paranormal abilities she can’t explain.

When she agrees to help a friend solve a mystery involving missing homeless girls, Grace is drawn into a secret world of Paranorms and The Family that rules them. It’s a supernatural haven for potential friends and deadly evil, and this discovery alters her reality forever.

With the killer still at large, Grace must use her powers to put an end to his murder spree, even if she ends up being the one in the cross-hairs.

Glamorous is the first book in a series of urban fantasy and paranormal thrillers. If you enjoy intriguing mystery, new and distinctive paranormal worlds, and a riveting plot, then you’ll love this new series starter.” – Goodreads

(Disclaimer: I got a free copy from the Author. Does not affect my review.)

Review: The whole story did feel slow paced but it was a solid good story. I like how the paranormal elements were done in this story. It felt more of a crime based book at the start with just paranormal twists. The more it went on the more it leaned towards the paranormal side. It didn’t overpower you at the start with it though. It was just there, then the further on it went it explained more as the main character learned more. It opened itself up to a wide range of paranormal elements near the end.

The conversions did feel a bit stiff when there were more than two people involved. They all sounded the same or were saying stuff a bit too formal/stiff. Considering how well some of the people knew each other, didn’t feel it was necessary for them to be so stiff with each other.

The twist was well done, giving it further it crime thriller element.