Uninvited Book Cover Uninvited
B.G. Thomas
MM Paranormal Romance
Dreamspinner Press
June 16, 2020

When a hot tip leads Kansas City reporter Taylor Dunton to a series of grisly murders, his investigation points to Myles Parry and his vodou shop. Myles wants nothing more than to practice his religion in peace, and he hopes Taylor can help him show the community they have nothing to fear. The problem is all the clues point to Myles as the suspect and only Taylor can help him prove his innocence. However, this case has also caught the attention of the vodou spirits of the Lwa... and they've taken an interest in Taylor as well.
Previously published by Dreamspinner Press in the Bones anthology, October 2014.

Reviewed by Linda Tonis
Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team

Taylor Dunton is a reporter for the Kansas City Chronicle, writing human interest stories, parades, bake sales but nothing that a true reporter wants to write. When he is called by a detective he is friends with to come to a murder it is all he can do to keep his breakfast in his stomach. The dead man has his chest torn open, his heart missing and various pieces that would indicate voodoo.

Being the first at the scene with photos and a story he finally has the chance for a front page story and he is determined to investigate voodoo. When he discovers there is a voodoo shop
around the corner from his favorite coffee shop he goes in search of answers. The man who greets him is what Taylor considers “that guy” the guy he would drool over but never get. That guy is Myles Parry who follows the religion of voodoo and begins to explain it to Taylor while the two of them become close.

If you are interested in voodoo then this book gives an amazing lesson on what it is all about. It is also a lesson that Taylor will have to learn and if he does or doesn’t do well you will have to find out for yourself. This was previously published in The Bones anthology so it might be familiar to you if you read it.

I have to admit that my impression of voodoo is snakes, zombies and sacrifices but this book set me straight.