Harlow’s second Midnight Magic Mystery hits many high notes. The plot is intense, with romance thrown in for good measure. The main characters are thrust into a situation that neither can avoid, but their journey ends with a twist that will have readers rapidly flipping the pages.

Singer Vivian Dahl feels that her career is at a standstill. At almost 30 years old, her party-girl lifestyle is not as much fun as it used to be. Vivian also feels that someone is watching her and remains cautious of her actions. When she’s kidnapped from one of her shows, she is stunned to find her abductor is someone she has noticed following her. Werewolf Jason was sent by Vivian’s father, a werewolf pack Alpha who left Vivian when she was a child, to protect her from the war between his pack and another. Will the pair stay safe and sound? (MIDNIGHT INK, Mar., 360 pp., $14.99)

Reviewed by: 
Jennifer Wilson