[EPUB] ↠ Unlimited ☆ Grave Phantoms : by Jenn Bennett ¸ #2020

  • Title: Grave Phantoms
  • Author: Jenn Bennett
  • ISBN: 9780425280768
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback

  • Grave Phantoms By Jenn Bennett From the author of Grim Shadows and Bitter Spirits comes the new Roaring Twenties novel in the series hailed as Boardwalk Empire meets Ghost Hunters, but so much better Molly Harper, national bestselling author of the Jane Jameson series.Feisty flapper Astrid Magnusson is home from college and yearning for the one thing that s always been off limits Bo Yeung, her notoFrom the author of Grim Shadows and Bitter Spirits comes the new Roaring Twenties novel in the series hailed as Boardwalk Empire meets Ghost Hunters, but so much better Molly Harper, national bestselling author of the Jane Jameson series.Feisty flapper Astrid Magnusson is home from college and yearning for the one thing that s always been off limits Bo Yeung, her notorious bootlegging brother s second in command Unfortunately her dream of an easy reunion proves difficult after a violent storm sends a mysterious yacht crashing into the Magnussons docks What s worse, the boat disappeared a year ago, and the survivors are acting strangely Bo has worked with the Magnusson family for years, doing whatever is needed, including keeping his boss s younger sister out of trouble and his hands to himself Of course, that isn t so easy after Astrid has a haunting vision about the yacht s disappearance, plunging them into an underground world of old money and dark magic Danger will drive them closer together, but surviving their own forbidden feelings could be the bigger risk.
    Jenn Bennett
    Jenn Bennett is an award winning author of young adult contemporary romance books, including Alex, Approximately The Anatomical Shape of a Heart aka Night Owls in the U.K and Starry Eyes She also writes romance and urban fantasy for adults the Roaring Twenties and Arcadia Bell series Her books have earned multiple starred reviews, won the Romance Writers of America s prestigious RITA Award, garnered two Reviewers Choice awards and a Seal of Excellence from RT Book Reviews, and been included on Publishers Weekly Best Books annual list She lives near Atlanta with one husband and two dogs Visit her at jennbennett.Follow her on TwitterInstagramFacebookInstagram

    Grave Phantoms By Jenn Bennett


    Supernatural evil, danger and a forbidden romance combined to make Grave Phantoms a thrilling read I ve been eagerly awaiting Astrid and Bo s story, since we ve seen hints of their attraction in the previous books, and I was not disappointed Astrid, the baby sister in the Magnusson clan has been in love with Bo Yeung, her brother s right hand man in the family s bootlegging business, for years Now back home on winter break, Astrid is determined to do something about it, make Bo realize she s a w [...]

    Christina ~ Brunette Reader
    2,5 StarsWhile I appreciated the imaginative narration, the lively dialogues and the 1920s San Francisco setting once , romance and mystery wise this trilogy ends on a disappointing note for me The paranormal sub plot involving a haunted yacht and an Aztec curse was not as layered and engrossing compared to the ones in the first two books The love story between Astrid Magnusson, the youngest sibling in the Swedish bootlegging family featuring in the whole series, and Bo Yeung, the Chinese assist [...]

    Carmel (Rabid Reads)
    Reviewed by Rabid Reads.This is the second time in as many years that I ve had to bid adieu to one of Jenn Bennett s series, and I really hate goodbyes GRAVE PHANTOMS had a different vibe to it than the two previous installments because the final Magnusson sibling is younger, female, and the romance had a friends turned lovers spin to it The plot wasn t quite as strong as books 1 2 with somewhat choppy writing, and a discernible separation between Astrid Bo s relationship, and the ghost yacht st [...]

    Jennifer Y
    Originally posted at The Book Nympho Bennet has cemented her spot on my auto reader authors list The Infuriating part Has nothing to do with the book itself I love reading the Roaring Twenties, I have a love hate relationship with it I love the newness of it for me as a reader since I ve never read a book series set in the 20s It s fun to see some of the American historical elements weaved through it Jenn Bennett did a great job in her research and had me researching a few things as I read each [...]

    Mon avis en Fran aisMy English reviewI always spend a good time with all the novels written by Jenn Bennett, so I was excited to be able to get into this third volume We had the chance to follow Winter and Lowe in the previous volumes and we re this time with the family s younger sister Astrid I was really curious about her story, as well as Bo s, as we have seen them a lot over the volumes.The relationship between the two is not really easy, although it is simple to see that the two love each o [...]

    I adore this series and Jenn Bennett I cannot recommend a consistently reliable paranormal romance author.

    Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog)
    In the third book in the Roaring Twenties series by Jenn Bennett, readers get some amazing action, fabulous characterization and incredible worldbuilding.First off, I want to say that this series is probably one of the best new series out there If you re a fan of hybrid novels such as Kristen Callihan s Darkest London series and Bec McMaster s London Steampunk, then the Roaring Twenties will definitely be something you should check out Bennett blends the 1920 s elements with several interesting [...]

    RachelW (BamaGal)
    San Francisco 1928, and the Roaring Twenties is in full swing I m so sorry this trilogy is coming to an endI want in this world Liked this one, liked it a lot It reminded me much in tone of the Arcadia Bell series than the first two books The paranormal mystery if a bit slighted was different and interesting, the glimpses of the underbelly of life during the Prohibition era intriguing, and the love story sweet and spicy These were the sex scenes I wanted between Lon and Cady What stood out and [...]

    Mandi Schreiner
    Adorable I ve been waiting for Bo s book and him and Astrid are just the best I loved them Review to come

    They have been crushing on each other since she was just sixteen and now she s coming home to do something about it Though even for a fearless Magnusson descended from Vikings, love can be complicated Astrid is in love with the Chinese man who rose from a scrappy thief on the streets when her brother practically adopted Bo to becoming Winter s most trusted right hand man in the family bootleg business Talk about forbidden romance I have been excited for this story since I saw hints of Bo and Ast [...]

    Danielle (Love at First Page)
    It s the end to another wonderful Jenn Bennett series, and I will miss the feisty Magnusson clan dearly They have been an entertaining family to say the least The last story couldn t be a fitting conclusion, it being the romance between two characters we have already come to know, love, and ship Astrid Magnusson sister to Winter and Lowe, heroes of the first two books and Bo Yeung Winter s second in command for his bootlegging business have been dancing around each other for two years now We ve [...]

    Listen, I like these books, and they have a lot of great elements Fun plots, clever writing, GREAT sex scenes San Francisco Flappers But can I maybe find someone who writes exactly like this except without the dudes being super dominant and possessive Bo literally says this to Astrid You will never get over me Do you hear me Never You will never be free of me, because I won t let you go I will put a bullet in any man who touches you I will go to jail for you I will die for you My ghost will haun [...]

    Originally reviewed for posted at Vampire Book ClubReview source copy provided by publisher, via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest reviewRating out of 5 4 starsNote While this review will be spoiler free it may include references from previous books in the series The third and sadly last, I think in the brilliant Roaring Twenties series Grave Phantoms finally sees Bo and Astrid get down and dirty with the tension that sizzled through the previous books Unlike the older two Magnusson brothers [...]

    FV Angela
    Review originally posted at fictionvixen review grave he Roaring Twenties is a series I like to recommend when a reader is looking for something different Set in the 1920 s, it s a mix of historical and paranormal romance and you just never know exactly what you re going to get when you start reading But it s fun, and sexy and the characters are wonderfully complex and unique Grave Phantoms is Astrid and Bo s love story and the conclusion to this trilogy that began with Astrid s brother Winter i [...]

    Aurian Booklover
    The third and last book in this trilogy, taking place in the Roaring Twenties, San Francisco The time of bootlegging, illegal drinking and smuggling, corrupt cops looking the other way But it is also a time where a relationship between people of different races is frowned upon, and forbidden Especially when the female in the relationship is white.A time where fortunes can be made by those willing to take a risk Like Winter Magnusson has His right hand man for many years has been Bo Yeung, a youn [...]

    All Things Urban Fantasy
    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy.If there is one thing the Roaring Twenties series has firmly established, it s that Jenn Bennett writes a damn good romance GRAVE PHANTOMS is no exception to this rule, as Bo and Astrid s mutual crush finally takes center stage And while the paranormal elements were interesting, I found myself completely focused on the very real obstacles facing a rich white girl and a middle class Asian boy who love each other dearly.Both of the prior books in this se [...]

    Lynsey (A Bookish Life)
    A boat turns up at the Magnusson docks that s been missing for a year carrying a bunch of bewildered, possibly amnesiac voyagers Upon examining the boat, youngest Magnusson, Astrid, suffers a strange, magical reaction to an object she finds there One she s determined to get to the bottom of, so long as it means being near long time crush Bo as much as possible.By far the weakest instalment of the series, which is a shame as it s the final one and sad to have it end so limply The chemistry found [...]

    An interesting plot and important inter racial dynamics are marred by a heroine who is very young and very silly Aside from her good looks and a shared childhood, she has little to offer the hero Perhaps if Bo had been written as being much younger too, their relationship might have felt truer to me, but instead I spent the entire book wondering why he d bother with a giddy little thing who ran around saying Stars all the time Yes, this could have worked as a YA addition to the series, but these [...]

    As much as I was enjoying the story, I was unable to finish reading my ARC copy because of formatting issues I ll do a full review when I get a finished copy of the book.Thank you to NetGalley and Penguin Group Berkley NAL for a review copy of this book.

    LOVE this series

    Very enjoyable historical romance with just a touch of paranormal.

    Kathy Davie
    Third in the Roaring Twenties historical paranormal romance series and revolving around the Magnusson family in San Francisco The couple focus is on Astrid and Bo.My TakeBennet does a nice job of making me feel like I m in the 1920s, and the interaction between Astrid and Bo is sweet as is Aida and Hadley s support, but the primary conflict in Grave Phantoms is the anti miscegenation laws that forbid Astrid and Bo from even thinking of having a relationship That it s totally illegal for a white [...]

    This joint review was originally published at The Book PushersMarlene I had very high hopes for this book Possibly too high I absolutely adored the first two books in this series, Bitter Spirits and Grim Shadows, and I think our joint reviews reflect that The series is a terrific blend of Roaring 20s atmosphere, San Francisco history and slightly creepy but nicely inserted spirtualism that goes seriously awry But something didn t gel for me as much in Grave Phantoms as in the earlier books And i [...]

    Laura the Highland Hussy
    Review posted on Got Fiction In this third and last installment of the Roaring Twenties series, we see Astrid, the youngest Magnusson sibling grow up a bit She s been in love with Bo Yeung since she was 14, but hasn t been able to do anything about it This is San Francisco in the 20s after all He s Chinese, and she s not.That s one thing that I loved about this book Their obstacles aren t miraculously overcome simply because they re in love So while Astrid is down in Los Angeles trying to forget [...]

    My review cross posted from Wit and Sin witandsin 2015 04Grave Phantoms is an exceptionally entertaining, insanely addictive read that is not to be missed I ve been dying to read Astrid and Bo s book since I first saw sparks fly between them in Bitter Spirits Fortunately, Jenn Bennett has made their story well worth the wait Grave Phantoms is a truly captivating, fast paced, sizzling read with endearing characters and a romance that will stay with you long after you finish the book.Bo is a hero [...]

    openbooksociety article grBrought to you by OBS reviewer DanieleGrave Phantoms is the third, and final, book in the Roaring Twenties series in which we read the youngest Magnusson s love story Astrid is a freshman in college whose feisty spirit gets her into a bit of trouble She has always relied on her bootlegging brother Winter s right hand man Bo for friendship and protection, but she has been secretly in love with him for a couple of years In an effort to get him out of her system and put so [...]

    Marta Cox
    This is the third book in the Roaring Twenties series and returns to the antcs of the Magnusson family This time it s the youngest member of the family Astrid and although she s a rich and pampered young woman she hasn t got the one thing she really wants, Bo Yeung Bo is almost like an adopted son to Astrids older brother Winter and helps him run his very successful bootlegging business but in a time when mixed relations were taboo the yearning they share seems doomed before it s even begun.Astr [...]

    Sad to see that this is the last book in the series, but glad that it is Bo and Astrid s love story I kept hearing about the fact that it dealt with an interracial relationship which peaked my attention It was illegal to marry at that time and I think as a nation we have grown to think that this was irrational yes, there are still people and areas that think this way, but mostly we think these laws now were stupid I think this is a timely message in light of marriage equality What we once though [...]

    This may have been my favorite book in the whole series I utterly loved Astrid Bo s story, and the epilogue that wraps up the whole series As far as endings for a series go you couldn t ask for a better oneory line Astrid Magnusson spoiled rotten sister to Notorious Bootlegger Winter Magnusson, and Archaeologist Lowe Magnusson is sent off to college in San Francisco Astrid spends most of her time away trying to get over her love for Bo instead of focusing on classes Home on Christmas break Astri [...]

    This was good, same vein as the other two books in this series, this is Astrid and Bo s turn to hook up Ok, Bo is Chinese and Astrid is Swedish in 1820 San Francisco, they have a few roadblocks Plus Astrid touches a spooky totem and they need to figure out the problem while trying to keep their hands off each other.So, I enjoyed the romance and issues with the characters and while the story line was interesting, it was a little bit of a stretch Also, the timing of things was a bit weird So Jenn [...]

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