Books by Jennifer Harlow

WITCH UPON A STAR by Jennifer Harlow
Released: March 8, 2015

"Lacking Harlow's usual humor or any strong roots in her home base, the town of Goodnight, this story works more as a stand-alone for readers who prefer Vampire Romance Lite."
True love turns into great danger for a witch who chooses a domestic life over one of vampire drama. Read full book review >
Released: March 8, 2014

"An overdose of back story weighs down this mix of thriller and romance."
A reckless singer gets dragged on a cross-country chase by her supposed adoptive brother—who's also a werewolf—in the second Midnight Magic Mystery. Read full book review >
DEATH TAKES A HOLIDAY by Jennifer Harlow
Released: Aug. 8, 2013

"Though the vampire and werewolf love triangle Harlow (What's a Witch to Do?, 2013, etc.) presents has recently become a familiar trope, her crime-fighting spin adds something new."
A telekinetic crime fighter finds a visit home for the holidays just as dangerous as her day job. Read full book review >
WHAT'S A WITCH TO DO? by Jennifer Harlow
Released: March 8, 2013

"Hell's bells! Harlow's balanced blend of romance and intrigue makes this one a winner—quite an improvement over her last (To Catch a Vampire, 2012, etc.)."
Just because you're a high priestess doesn't make your life any simpler, especially when it's threatened by a power-hungry witch. Read full book review >
TO CATCH A VAMPIRE by Jennifer Harlow
Released: Sept. 8, 2012

"The second in Harlow's F.R.E.A.K.S. series (Mind Over Monsters, 2011) reads like an homage to Harris' tales of Sookie Stackhouse, though Bea seems to take herself a little less seriously."
Posing as a couple has two special agents all confused, since the most complicated thing they are used to dealing with is their supernatural gifts. Read full book review >
MIND OVER MONSTERS by Jennifer Harlow
Released: Oct. 1, 2011

"If Donald Westlake had ever gotten around to writing a paranormal mystery, it would have sounded like this. Harlow's genre debut is funny, creepy and refreshingly brash."
How would you like your job if your co-workers included a vampire and a werewolf? Read full book review >