2017, fantasy, humor, review

Review: Idle Ingredients by Matt Wallace

Review: Idle Ingredients by Matt WallaceIdle Ingredients by Matt Wallace
Series: Sin du Jour #4
Published by Tor.com
Pages: 224
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Catering for a charismatic motivational speaker, the staff of the Sin du Jour catering agency find themselves incapacitated by a force from within their ranks. A smile and a promise is all it took.
And for some reason, only the men are affected. It’s going to take cunning, guile and a significant amount of violence to resolve.
Another day of cupcakes and evil with your favorite demonic caterers.
At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

I’m always a little afraid I won’t love the next installment of this series but Matt Wallace continues to prove me wrong. This quirky world and characters always manage to draw me in to the current hiccup in whatever event they are catering.

The team returns to Sin du Jour, recovering from the Hell sent assassins and preparing for their newest assignment: the elections. In comes some help from Allensworth, a liaison sent to do more harm than good and a candidate who is more than he seems. I really loved this story, and I’m loving all the characters in this series.

Looking forward to the next book in this series due out in May 2017. Wallace has really sparked my need for more fun urban fantasy series!

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