True Blue (Prosper Woods Chronicles Book 2) by Patricia Logan #Audio #Paranormal #LGBT #Review #MM

Erryn reviews True Blue (Prosper Woods Chronicles Book 2) by Patricia Logan. The ebook was released July 2, 2021 and is 230 pages. The audiobook was narrated by John Solo.  It was released July 22, 2021 is 7hrs and 19min. A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review.

Why I read this book: I’m enjoying this series.


Strange things are happening in Prosper Woods, California. Ever since moving here a few months ago, my life has turned upside down. Some things have been amazing, like falling head over heels for Vincent Lasco, a gorgeous 700-year-old vampire. Other things have been weirder than I could ever imagine. 

I’ve learned a fundamental truth about myself. Needless to say, it came as a massive shock. Of course, most of the town residents have quirks of their own. Let’s just say, nothing is boring about this bizarre place. 

Supernaturals flourish here! 

Falling for Sheriff Romeo Harmon wasn’t something I expected when I relocated to a quiet town in the sequoias. He makes me happier than I’ve ever been. He’s kind and funny and honest to the core, just the kind of man I used to be, centuries ago. 

I have a new lease on my very long life. Things could go on just the way they are, but there’s something I’ve been asked to do before that happens. I need to help Romeo find a sweet little boy and finally lay him to rest.

Who knew ghosts could have broken hearts? 

Vincent and Sheriff Romeo are my chance to find peace, at last. I’ve been waiting for someone to notice I’m gone for a long time. Until the vampire showed up, I wasn’t sure anyone could help. All I want to do is move on to the next step…and I really need to rest. 

Vincent and Romeo, you’re my only hope.

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My Review: 

In the previous Prosper Woods book, we were introduced to Blue the ghost.  A child who pleads with Vincent to find him so he can rest in peace instead of being forced to roam the earth.  And, of course Vincent is going to help.  The 700-year-old vampire has a heart of gold – even if it no longer beats.  And of course, he’s going to rope in his partner, the Shifter Sheriff.  Romeo’s quest for justice always propels him forward.

Now, Romeo has his own problems as the Sheriff of Prosper Woods.  People keep turning up dead.  Werewolves are reorganizing themselves.  Greg the bartender and Sam his best friend both have their heads up their asses.  So what’s a lawman to do?  Help search for the resting place of a ghost, of course.

This book brings together the cast of characters I’ve come to expect and a few new ones as well.  At the heart of the story is a tragedy that tore at my heart.  But I had faith Romeo and Vincent would figure it out in the end – even if that meant enduring and surviving an epic battle in the meantime.  Bunny shifters, anyone?

Finally, I had thought this was the final book in the series but a major bombshell was dropped right at the end, leaving open the possibility for more adventures.  Can’t wait.

I’ve mentioned John Solo’s narration and it deserves another kudos.  Just a great job with such a wide variety of voices.  Well done.

My Rating:

9/10 Pots of Gold (90% Recommended) – Compares to 4.5/5 Stars

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International bestselling author Patricia Logan, resides in Los Angeles, California. The author of several #1 bestselling erotic romances in English, Italian, French, and Spanish lives in a small house with a large family. When she’s not writing her next thriller romance, she’s watching her grandchildren grow up way too soon, and raising kids who make her proud every day. One of her favorite tasks is coaxing nose kisses from cats who insist on flopping on her keyboard while she types. Married to a wonderful gentleman for 30 years, she counts herself lucky to be surrounded by people who love her and give her stories to tell every day.

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