Can’t-Wait Wednesday – 17th February, 2021 #Brainfluffbookblog #CWC #WOW

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Can’t-Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted at Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read. Generally they’re books that have yet to be released. It’s based on Waiting on Wednesday, hosted by the fabulous Jill at Breaking the Spine.

This week’s Can’t-Wait offering – Werewolves of London – Book 3 of the Monster M*A*S*H series by Angie Fox – release date 23rd February, 2021.

#fantasy #gods #dragons #romance

BLURB: In The Heat Of Battle

The hard-won cease-fire between the battling immortals doesn’t last long. In the blink of an eye, human surgeon Dr. Petra Robichaud is back on the frontlines, and starring in yet another of the oracle’s prophesies. As the only healer who can talk to the dead, Petra doesn’t have much choice about her role—even when her breathtaking ex-lover shows up at exactly the wrong time…

Two Hearts Fight To Survive

Petra may have moved on when Commander Galen left her, but she never forgot him—and the passionate moments they shared. Seeing him again is a distraction she really doesn’t need with both armies honing new weapons, and wounded all over her M*A*S*H unit. But how can she resist him? It’s now or never for the demi-god Galen to become Petra’s mate…but with the fate of humanity at stake, will their desire be worth the cost?

I thoroughly enjoyed the quirky first book in the series – see my review of The Monster MASH. So I’m looking forward to getting my hands on this one and discovering exactly what else is happening in Petra’s life right now. Apart from anything else, I really enjoyed the zany humour that accurately mirrors the vibe from the old TV series M*A*S*H, with this medical team set in Limbo fixing up immortals, demi-gods and a variety of monsters as new gods and old gods war with each other, using proxies to do it.

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    • Yes, the author is rereleasing this series as she is now publishing them herself, as the story was darker and angstier than she’d envisaged it. So it is a real bonus that the books are now available:).

  1. I saw Werewolves of London and thought it looked good, but wasn’t sure. Now I’ll have to check out both book 1 and 2 since you liked the first book so much! [adding more books to my list to read!}

    • Thank you, Jan:). I hope you get a chance to read it – humour is always a bit personal, but I thoroughly enjoyed the original take of the first one and look forward to linking up with Petra, again…

  2. The book does sound zany and the humor that you allude to is appealing. Plus the werewolves! I just bought The Bear and the Nightingale because of the beautiful lyrical writing, which I’m very excited to read (but its been around for a little while).

  3. I keep seeing this one everywhere lately and it sure sounds good. I still need to read the book before it. I hope you enjoy Werewolves of London, Sarah!

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