Grave Humor

· A Magical Romantic Comedy (with a body count) Book 14 · Pen & Page Publishing
4.6
8 reviews
Ebook
200
Pages
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About this ebook

Most days, Anwen regrets working at a funeral home despite the good pay. With the residents no longer inclined to stay in their coffins where they belong, she’s got her hands full making sure everyone follows the rules:


In the funeral home, there is no screaming, no murdering, no mutilation, no possessions, no kidnappings, no resurrections, and no cursing of any type. Be quiet and stay polite.


The day Old Man McGregor decides to take a walk and disturbs her peace, Anwen learns there’s a lot more to the basement in the funeral home than a vampire and a handsome gentleman on ice.


If she’s not careful, she’ll learn first-hand why ‘eternally yours’ is the most potent of threats.


Warning: this novel contains romance, humor, bodies, shenanigans, and mythological puppies. Proceed with caution.

Ratings and reviews

4.6
8 reviews
Diane Subsits Lynch
May 13, 2020
R. J. Blain’s Grave Humor (Magical Romantic Comedies #14) is a charming tale. In this story, funeral home employee Anwen Nash meets immortal Eoghan Olin. Her life will never be the same again. This novel takes place in Sunset, Alabama. It is a world full of magic. Grave Humor was an amusing read. R. J. Blain’s writing style reminds me of Shelly Laurenston. I consider that a good thing. It was entertaining reading about an immortal who was in hibernation and now experiencing the modern world. I enjoyed the plot. It was full of conspiracy and interesting twists. I appreciated her use of religion and mythology. This is the first book that I have read by R. J. Blain. I did not realize this book was part of a series when I started reading it. I could follow the book with no problem, but I am curious about the previous books in the series. I plan on checking out the other books in the series. I recommend this book to people who enjoy humorous paranormal romances. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
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About the author

RJ Blain suffers from a Moleskine journal obsession, a pen fixation, and a terrible tendency to pun without warning.


In her spare time, she daydreams about being a spy. Her contingency plan involves tying her best of enemies to spinning wheels and quoting James Bond villains until satisfied.

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