Monday, November 15, 2021

Book Review: Monster MASH by Angie Fox

Title: The Monster MASH (The Monster MASH book 1)
Author: Angie Fox
Genre: Fantasy; Paranormal; Romance
Publication Date: December 29th, 2020
Publisher: Moose Island Books

The day I was drafted into the army of the gods, all I knew about being a MASH surgeon was what I’d learned from Hawkeye Pierce and Hot Lips Houlihan. Now here I am, Dr. Petra Robichaud, in the middle of an immortal war, assigned to a MASH camp with a nosy sphinx, a vegetarian werewolf, and an uptight vampire who really needs to get a life.

At least they’re all too busy with their own dramas to discover my secret: I can see the dead. It’s a forbidden gift, one that can get me killed, so I haven’t told a soul.

Until the arrestingly intense Galen arrives on my operating table, half-dead and totally to-die-for. When his spirit tries to slip out of his fatally wounded body, I impulsively slip it back in. Call it a rash resurrection. One I’ll live to regret.

Now Commander Galen of Delphi knows my secret, and he’s convinced I’m part of an ancient prophecy—one that can end the war for good. But taking a chance could cost me everything. And it would be easier to convince him to leave me alone, except now the prophecies are starting to come true…


*A Thank you the NetGalley and the publisher for allowing me to read this book. This is my honest and unbiased review*

Hello Fellow Readers,

I’m a big fan of Fox Southern Spirits Mystery series so when I saw this book I had to jump at the chance to read it. A MASH monster story sounded pretty amazing (I’m also a big fan of the series) Unfortunately, I just couldn’t connect with the characters, which caused me not to really care all that much about the plot. Despite this Fox’s writing is still really good, but it’s missing a little of the charm that made me fall in love with we other series
 Overall, not my cup of tea



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