Mrs. Morris and the Vampire review

This is the fifth in the Salem B&B series by Traci Wilton, a pen name for the writing team of of authors Traci Hall and Patrice Wilton. I feel like they’ve really come up with a great series concept after having followed this series from its start. I hope there are lots of adventures left for Charlene, Jack and Sam. I’m just happy the books have been coming out more often than once a year! 

As an added note, I thought the tunnel aspect of Salem, MA sounded pretty fascinating and found the book on Amazon that was referenced in this book! I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t be brave enough to go down there even if they did do legal tours! 

My Goodreads review:

Mrs. Morris and the Vampire (A Salem B&B Mystery, #5)Mrs. Morris and the Vampire by Traci Wilton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was a fun and spooky visit to Salem at Halloween time that started with a Halloween ball. Charlene knew her two witch friends were real, but how ’bout those self-professed vampires huh? Charlene had to juggle keeping Sam off her back for doing her usual snooping and keeping herself out of the killer’s crosshairs.

We got to learn a little more about Brandy and her daughter Serenity, since Serenity was part of the focus of the story. Charlene and Brandy had a rocky start, and I still wouldn’t call her exactly a friendly friend, but Brandy definitely came in handy at the end. Even Sam believed a dream she’d had (would’ve been pretty bad if he hadn’t!). Meanwhile, I love how Jack was learning to do more and more things in his ghostly existence. He’s really become quite the computer research wizard. If I was Charlene, I know I’d be so torn between the two men she’s crazy about! Although sometimes I lean toward Jack just because he’s so darn sweet! I’m always looking forward to the next in this awesome series!

I voluntarily read and reviewed an ARC of this book provided by the publisher via NetGalley, and my opinions are my own.

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