Review: Reborn Yesterday by Tessa Bailey

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Star Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Steam Level: 🔥🔥

Ginny Lynn is accustomed to death and dead bodies. She is a funeral home director/mortician, afterall. What she is not accustomed to is a dead body sitting up and opening his eyes just before she’s about to start the embalming process. And that’s exactly what Jonas Cantrell does. Humans aren’t supposed to know anything about Jonas, or any other vampire for that matter. But between trying to figure out this pull toward her and why another of his kind is trying to harm her, Jonas can’t stay away from Ginny. In his quest to protect her, we are introduced to his friends the cute and charismatic Tucker and the ever elusive and evasive, Elias. Throw in the sassy and hilarious vampire slayer, Roksana and this book is just steamy, fangy perfection!

Okay y’all. Confession time: I have not read a PNR or anything vampire related since Twilight. Crazy, I know. But I promise you, Jonas & Ginny are the new Edward & Bella and then some! I loved these vamps and this story a hundred times more than Twilight (and I was a Twi-HARD). I signed up for this arc on a whim and I’m so glad I did! Like I said before, Ginny is adorable and Jonas is E V E R Y T H I N G. They’re the epitome of Sunshine and Grumpy and Tessa writes those types of characters so well! I am SO PUMPED for the next story in this saga because Elias & Roksana were so fun to read and I can’t wait to see how much they can annoy each other before they inevitably tear each other’s clothes off.

Thanks so much to the author and Social Butterfly PR for the arc in exchange for my honest review. Reborn Yesterday is out today!

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