Review – Serial Killer Princess

Serial Killer Princess book cover


Serial Killer Princess


Magical Romantic Comedies #3


R. J. Blain


Paranormal Romance


Why would anyone put a mermaid and a gorgon in the same room together? While Tulip enjoys being alive, her lineage brings her nothing but trouble.
Snakes eat fish, and the mer love tearing apart their serpentine nemeses with their hands and teeth. As for the gorgons… she’d rather not think about them at all.
The last thing Tulip wants is to rule the mer kingdom. First, she can barely swim. Second, she’s packing more than her fair share of her father’s genes. Third, what is a landlocked princess supposed to do with an aquatic kingdom?
If she gets her way, nothing. Add in her dirty little serial killing secret, and she’s an international disaster waiting to happen.
There’s just one small problem: her father’s bodyguard tempts her in ways no one should, and if she isn’t careful, he’ll uncover her secrets, domesticate her, and infect her with a severe case of normality.
Warning: This novel contains excessive humor, action, excitement, adventure, magic, romance, and bodies. Proceed with caution.


5stars rating

OMG! I loved this one sooooo damn much! 😀 😀
Such great (and excessive, but not too much) humor. This is why I love reading books by the author, she just makes you laugh, facepalm and eagerly rush through the pages like there is no tomorrow.
I really hope we will see a bit more of Tulip and Justin in a later novella or so, they are just too much fun.

The book itself:

The book itself is well written and there is no sex described (if that is important to you).

Final Thoughts:

Really recommend this series! If you like shifters, a lot of humor, some mystery and some romance, tied together in an easy (and not too serious) read… well… pick it up already!