The fourth book in DuBois’ Monsters in Hollywood series has just enough humor and action to keep the reader interested. Unfortunately, the story doesn’t always flow, and the leading man sometimes borders on bland. But a likable heroine and comedy throughout help make for a pleasant, light read.

Production designer Joanna isn’t thrilled at the prospect of working on a film with an old college frenemy, but things get interesting when she realizes some of the people involved are of an otherworldly nature. One is Tokaki, who is part of a group of shapeshifters. He and Joanna soon connect, and when Tokaki introduces her to his secret world, and she finds her life in danger, he must risk everything to save her. (SAMHAIN, Sep., 232 pp., $14.00)
Reviewed by: 
Cristina Merrill