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  • Star-crossed fated soulmates from the past

    Right off the bat, Reborn Yesterday reminds me of Amy Plum's Reverant's series. It has the same theme of vampires interacting with mortals and catchy writing that will grab readers. Given this, that's the only thing common. This book brings out a fresh storyline that involves more romance and comedy than romantic suspense. Ginny Lynn is a mortician by profession at her father's (now her) funeral home, wherein she shares with her stepmother - P.Lynn Funeral Home in Coney Island. She has been around death for as long as she can remember that she enjoys her job, and keeping her father's business and legacy is priority 1. But holding on to this legacy has had her become the town's pariah as she is in the business of grief and death. Jonas Cantrell is a vampire with a heart (?) or takes care of newly formed/turned humans into vampires and counsels them into their new lives. Like a social worker, he supports newbie vampires into a better and more positive transition into their new lives. It's an intriguing concept since vampires are now "in-tune" with the times, and Jonas becomes a counselor and friend to these. An unfortunate (funny) prank by his roommates landed him in Ginny's path in her funeral home, and things got a bit more complicated as the story goes. The story is told from Ginny's POV but a bit of Jonas' side closing the end. Like Ginny, readers are left "in the dark" with the secrets Jonas has about his kind and the "real world" around humans. Many of the details are pretty fascinating, and even vampires have rules to "keep in line." In summary, Reborn Yesterday is a worthy read! It is a fantastic start to the series and is something that will make readers believe in sizzling, meant-to-be "soulmates." I love the hope provided in the characters in their dire situation between human and vampire, but I also enjoyed the humor and witty retorts infused. It's not easy to write books like this when there's also the added suspense looming for both "star-crossed, fated" mates in any story. BUT the author did a great job in making everything work and come alive as the possibilities of vampires in our world. The ending is a bit "rushed," but most likely because things were moving at a faster pace than 3/4th of the book - urgency of the situation, etc. I liked the action and suspense written into the story while the book's surprises were flabbergast-worthy. The book was a page-turner that I couldn't put down. I wanted to finish it all in one sitting (!) because the author got me too hooked to even think of shutting the book. This book may be my first encounter with the author, but it will surely NOT be my last. I am now off to read through the rest of the series to find out the rest of the exciting characters and hoping to find out how their HEA happens.

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  • Classic TB <3

    This is classic Tessa Bailey (swoony, funny and dirttttty) but with Vamps! So even better. Definitely worth the buy!

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  • A rom-com with feelings!

    This was a lot of fun, and it put the “fun” in “fun”eral, ba dum dum hiss 😊 Yes, it takes place in a funeral home, but our heroine is quirky, self-deprecating, and still is confident in who she is, and how she is. Ginny gets who she is, how she is, and while she doesn’t like how the world treats her, she has learned to accept it. Then Jonas turns her all around, with the wanting, and that connection. He keeps running from her, she keeps figuring out how to keep him coming back. NOT that he needs any help with that, he can’t stay away. Their dynamic, their banter, their attraction leaps up and brings you into the scene with them, EVERY SINGLE TIME! They are magic together, they truly and honestly are, and when the fun gives way to seriousness, to deep, soul scaring emotions, they are the light each turns to in that darkness. They get the other, they complete each other, (really, it isn’t just a corny statement) and that connection they have, it simply will not be denied, no matter how much they try to do what is right, which is the opposite of what they want, to try and keep the other safe. Like I said, this was a lot of fun, and in the end, and from the start, it was a lot of love, not just because of fated mates, but because two people found that other person who gets them!

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  • Romcom and heartwarming

    This was a book that spoke to the heart. The writing flowed and was written to where I could picture the lights, hear the noises, and see the characters. I adored the heroine, she had such a joy, an innocence to her and created such a warmth that I could feel while reading this book. Our hero may have been a vampire but he sure brought the heat to this story! I loved how they found each other, how they wouldn't give up, and the cast is truly fun. I sure hope this author will write more about these side characters!

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