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A gruesome case of grave-robbing lands on Detective Constable Emma Bellamy's desk. But is there more to it than meets the eye?

Being the sole police detective in London's Supernatural Squad is no easy task. I have to navigate my way through a world teeming with supernatural creatures, from vampires to werewolves and everything else in between. My inexperience might count against me but my own shocking supernatural abilities will stand me in good stead - especially when I'm confronted yet again by the gruesome spectre of death....

A vampire has been mysteriously killed in the centre of the city. 

Werewolf graves have been plundered for their bodies. 

And I think I might be developing an ill-advised crush on a certain black eyed vampire Lord. 

Infernal Enchantment is the second book in the thrilling Firebrand urban fantasy series. If you like dark twisty mysteries, smart heroines, and the faintest touch of slow-burn romance, then you'll love Helen Harper's mystical adventure.

©2020 Helen Harper (P)2020 Tantor

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annoying and frustrating

More than half the time the protagonist thinks and acts more like a child instead of a trained adult. Arguments with the protagonist never work out in a natural manner, there are the arguments she wins where she always has good arguments but every time she has to lose an argument to either create more drama or otherwise make it harder for her she suddenly can't make any intelligent arguments anymore, gets flustered and stumbles over words as if she lost 50 IQ points. The argument at the end where the vampire king is annoyed because she did her job is especially frustrating, there would be so many good answers to him like "If you have the right to go behind my back, then I can do the same and as long as you continue to do this I can't ever fully trust you." I know I won't continue this series, the 1st book was bearable but since it seems the protagonist didn't grow one bit since then (it even feels as if she's less mature than before) I can't submit myself to more of this annoyance. There are other problems like how she never attacks the criminal before he can act even though she knows that he's willing to kill for his goal. And also the fact that she gets stronger after every death is an extremly big problem for wich the author has to write in an solution soon, since she could kill herself a few times and be stronger than anyone else with ease.