About the Book:
Then, on a snowy night in December, Abigail catches a glimpse of what could only be described as a werewolf. Enamored with the possibility, her investigation leads her to discover a paranormal population—improbables—living harmoniously in the midst of humanity. Between making eyes at a perpetually grumpy werewolf and hanging out with a vampire with a lust for life (and liquor), Abigail’s life takes a shaky step out of the ordinary and into the fantastic.
Just outside of the sleepy town of Whitewater, however, a force of rage is building. Born of hate and delusion, a living cataclysm threatens to devour everyone in its path—human or improbable.
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The Almost Impossible Improbable…
This is when the story picks up and begins to gain my waning interest. From a Storm of the Century-esque disappearances, werewolves, vampires, conspiracy nuts, and growing paranormal lesbian love story, this book has some fascinating aspects that kept me reading until the end. It was a good read, but it will not be placed in the Read Again collection on my Kindle.