"I laughed, I cried and loved Wanda's story"
A pro at recruiting new saleswomen for Bobbie-Sue cosmetics,
Wanda Schwartz is taken by surprise when a man actually
answers the recruitment ad. A man selling make-up is absurd
but when the handsome Heath Jefferson arrives at her in-home
party later that day she sees he has a lot of potential.
Heath knows color wheels like the back of his hand and he
convinces Wanda to take him under her wing. Something is
strange about the guy who wants to sell make-up but Wanda
hasn't the energy or time to find out what.
You see Wanda has been diagnosed with a terminal illness and
she wants to spend what is left of her life doing what she
wants. With a werewolf and a vampire for best friends, she
has options that most ordinary people wouldn't have, but she
is prepared to take the hand that fate has dealt her.
Unfortunately she isn't prepared for what fate deals her in
the love department. With only months left to live she finds
herself falling for Heath and his strange ways. If both
Wanda and Heath reveal their secrets to each other will they
manage to save each other? The clock is ticking but nobody
knows that except for Wanda.
The Accidental Friends series started with a werewolf,
continued with a vampire and then left us with the
cliffhanger third book title. The long wait is over and the
'Accidental Human' mystery is finally solved. Wanda's time
has come and the question of if or what paranormal being she
becomes will not be answered here. You really need to read
the book and find out for yourself.
What I can tell you, though, is that this third book in the
series is a bit of an emotional rollercoaster ride and even
though it had Dakota Cassidy's fun and witty style all the
way through you will find it hard not to ponder on a few
things when the end comes. I laughed, I cried and loved
Wanda's story. This is a novel about love, friendship and
the crap life can throw at you but it is written with style
and a paranormal twist.
If you have been following this series you won't be
disappointed. If you haven't already discovered this series
then I suggest you catch up because this author has a great
talent and I can't wait to meet it again. The Accidental
Human is due for release at the beginning of March and
should not be missed.
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted March 27, 2009