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The Accidental Human by Dakota Cassidy Review

Title: The Accidental Human

Author: Dakota Cassidy

First published March 3, 2009

343 pages, Paperback

ISBN: 9780425225950 (ISBN10: 042522595X)

Rating: 3.94


From the author of Accidentally Dead and The Accidental Werewolf comes a new bite-sized adventure. Wanda Schwartz has it all – the gift of the gab, a successful Bobbie-Sue Cosmetics business, and two supernatural best friends.

But when Wanda receives a devastating diagnosis, she realizes that even her magical friends can’t help her cheat death. That is until a handsome stranger, Heath Jefferson, shows up at one of her sales parties and reveals his own supernatural secret.

As Wanda battles with her mortality, Heath battles with his feelings for her. Can Wanda find a way to cheat death and find love at the same time?

Find out in The Accidental Human.

About the Author

Meet Dakota Cassidy, a talented author who has written over thirty books that will either make you laugh out loud, swoon over hot alpha males, or feel the heat with some grab-some-ice erotic romance. She’s not limited to one genre, as she also writes about paranormal shifters and contemporary kick-ass women.

Recently, Dakota was invited by Bravo TV to be the Bravoholic for a week, where she shared her witty commentary on all the Bravo shows. Her book Talk Dirty to Me even received a starred review from Publisher Weekly, and she won an RT Reviewers Choice Award for Kiss and Hell.

With numerous review site recommendations and reviewer top pick awards under her belt, it’s clear that Dakota is a talented writer.

Dakota currently resides in the beautiful state of Oregon with her real-life hero and her furry friends. She loves hearing from her readers and values their feedback.

If you want to stay updated on her latest books and musings, join Dakota Cassidy’s Newsletter, The Tiara Diaries.

Editoral Review

In Dakota Cassidy’s third installment of the Accidentally Paranormal series, The Accidental Human, readers are once again taken on a humorous and heartwarming journey through the supernatural world. Cassidy, a full-time writer and USA Today bestselling author, has created a unique and fun-filled universe filled with vampires, werewolves, and witches.

With her signature blend of romance, comedy, and mystery, Cassidy has once again delivered a story that will leave readers wanting more. In The Accidental Human, readers follow the story of Marty Andrews, a former vampire who has recently been turned into a human.

As she navigates the challenges of being a human, she finds herself caught in the middle of a supernatural war between the vampires and the werewolves. With the help of her quirky neighbors and her handsome vampire friend, Marty must fight to keep herself and her friends safe from harm.

One of the strengths of The Accidental Human is Cassidy’s ability to create a cast of characters that are both relatable and entertaining. Marty is a witty and sarcastic protagonist who readers will root for from beginning to end.

The supporting characters, such as vampire friend Nina and werewolf neighbor Cooper, are also well-developed and add depth and humor to the story. The pacing of the book is another standout feature.

Cassidy keeps the story moving at a brisk pace, with plenty of action and humor to keep readers engaged. The plot is also well-structured, with several twists and turns that keep readers guessing until the very end.

One minor flaw in the book is that it may be a bit predictable for readers who are familiar with the supernatural romance genre. However, Cassidy’s witty writing and engaging characters make up for any lack of originality in the plot.

Overall, The Accidental Human is a fun and lighthearted read that is perfect for fans of the supernatural romance genre. Cassidy’s writing is witty, engaging, and entertaining, and her characters are both lovable and relatable.

While it may not be the most groundbreaking book in the genre, it is certainly a worthwhile read. Rating: 4 out of 5 stars.