Review: Uniquely Unwelcome by Brandy Nacole

Brandy Nacole; Uniquely UnwelcomeIn Brandy Nacole’s new adult paranormal tome Uniquely Unwelcome, Raquel is an anomaly. With a mixture of witch, vampire, and werewolf blood, no one likes her. She spends much of her time traveling the world and she’s come to find that truth out quite clearly. Tortured and barely surviving, and with a bigger chip on her shoulder than ever, she’s only half glad to be home.

But she finds there’s no welcome for her here, either. Her sister is missing. Those to whom she should be able to go for help, won’t offer assistance; indeed, they blame her, for several of their family members have disappeared as well. Witch, Vampire, werewolf, and fae alike are all missing family.

Ever stubborn, Raquel sets out to finds them, most focused on her sister. Unfortunately for her, the local witches decide this is too big an ordeal for her to be trusted with and send one of their own with her. Along the way, they also pick up an ornery vampire—who hates Raquel very much, thank you—and a ex-slave to the local vampires, whose brother is also missing. And for whom she forms an attraction.

Their search will lead them across the world and answer many questions Raquel has about her unique existence.

Brandy Nacole has created a fun world in her tome Uniquely Unwelcome, one that I think any fan of the new and young adult vampire or paranormal genres will enjoy. If you’d like to check it out, it’s available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and for Kobo for (right now–at last check, anyway) $.99.


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