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You’ve Got Tail by Renee George Review

Title: You’ve Got Tail

Author: Renee George

First published September 7, 2015

315 pages, Kindle Edition

Rating: 4.08


Get ready to laugh out loud with You’ve Got Tail, the first book in the Peculiar Mysteries series by bestselling author Renee George. Sunny Haddock is a psychic and an animal lover who moves to the small Ozark town of Peculiar with her best friend Chavvah Trimmel.

But when Chavvah goes missing, Sunny discovers that the town is full of were-shifters who don’t want a human resident. Undeterred, Sunny stays to find her friend, even if it means dealing with killer visions and a dog-like animal that seems to be stalking her.

And to top it all off, she’s finding Babel Trimmel, Chavvah’s younger brother, irresistible. Can Sunny solve the mystery and save her friend before it’s too late?

Don’t miss this paranormal romantic comedy that will have you laughing and melting your heart at the same time. Welcome to Peculiar, Missouri!

About the Author

Don’t miss out on new releases from Renee! Sign up for her newsletter at http://eepurl.com/cwVrVf. Renee is a USA Today Bestselling author who writes paranormal mysteries and romances. She loves all things mysterious and otherworldly, and wishes her pets could talk and help her solve crimes like Scooby-Doo.

Renee is also a big softie for stray kittens, and often ends up taking them in despite her already full house. When she’s not writing, you can find her doing cool things like watching TV and cleaning up after her furry friends.

Connect with Renee on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and a big thank you to all the readers who have shown their love and support through reviews!

Editoral Review

You’ve Got Tail by Renee George is a charming and delightful addition to the paranormal romance genre. The author takes familiar elements of the genre and puts her own unique spin on them, resulting in a fun and engaging story that will delight fans of the genre and newcomers alike.

The novel follows the story of Tessa, a successful baker who has been unlucky in love. One day, she discovers that she can communicate with cats, and soon finds herself drawn into a world of shapeshifters and magic.

Along the way, she meets Max, a handsome shapeshifter who is as charming and mysterious as he is dangerous. The characters in You’ve Got Tail are well-drawn and believable, with Tessa and Max being particularly engaging.

The author does an excellent job of establishing their personalities and motivations, and their chemistry is palpable from the very beginning. The setting, a small town in the Pacific Northwest, is also well-realized, with vivid descriptions of the natural beauty of the area.

The novel is not without its flaws, however. The pacing can be slow at times, and some of the secondary characters are not as well-developed as they could be.

Additionally, some of the plot twists are predictable, and the ending feels a bit rushed. Despite these weaknesses, You’ve Got Tail is an enjoyable and entertaining read that will appeal to fans of the paranormal romance genre.

The writing is engaging and lively, with plenty of humor and wit to keep the reader engaged. The themes of love, redemption, and acceptance are also woven throughout the story, giving it a satisfying depth and resonance.

Overall, if you are looking for a fun and engaging paranormal romance novel, then You’ve Got Tail is definitely worth checking out. It may not be perfect, but it is still an enjoyable and satisfying read that will leave you feeling warm and fuzzy inside.