Psychic and paranormal PI Harper Hall isn’t that surprised when her business partner skips town. Really, she can’t help but feel it’s her own fault for trusting a guy named Romeo in the first place.
But if Harper wants to consult for the police on a high profile case, she’ll need a new partner-- preferably one with some supernatural skills of his own. Enter Noah Riddick, a slayer left jobless by the legalization of vampirism.
Riddick’s dark secrets and shady past have forced him into exile from human society--an exile he was completely comfortable with until gorgeous and exasperating Harper waltzed into his life. Now, all too aware of how…unlifelike his life has truly been, he agrees to partner with her (as if saying no to Harper Hall was ever really an option).
Fighting vampires, making immortal enemies, engaging in semi-sadistic interrogation techniques, staging daring rescues…it’s all in a day’s work for this paranormal odd couple. But falling in love? Well…that’s a little trickier. Even for the Semi-Charmed Harper Hall.
Semi-Charmed is a full-length paranormal romance novel, completely free of cliffhangers, with a HEA. For readers 18+ only.
Semi-Charmed begins when Harper is trying to make ends meat and pay for the dept her ex-partner left her. At her waitress job she ends up meeting the famous slayer, Riddick, when he helps her with a vamp problem. From then on she does her best to get Riddick to help her with a case, and to become more to her. However, Riddick has a past that he's not proud of and isn't sure he can do with being in a relationship.
Semi-Charmed was a funny book at times, and pretty interesting. But, that's about all it was. I felt rather annoyed with both main characters, and the side characters as well. I also felt like a lot of "emotion" was missing from it for some reason, but that's just the way I felt.
Other than that I liked the book because it was an interesting story to pass the time with, but it wasn't anything to get to deep in.