Who's afraid of the big bad wolf?


Not this redhead.


Devon Murphy has never believed that there were fairies at the bottom of the garden, but when he’s in an accident on his way to his grandmother’s house and comes face to face with the biggest, baddest wolf he’s ever seen, he’s forced to reconsider.

When his grandmother asks him to look into a string of suspicious accidents, he finds a much bigger mystery to unravel. From his childhood best friend to the too-attractive Deputy Wade Hunter, everyone in Rowan Harbor seems to have something to hide. Devon has to get to the bottom of it all before the accidents turn deadly.

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Reviews:Lindsey on The Novel Approach wrote:

Sam Burns is quickly rising to be one of my must-read authors. I wasn’t sure what to expect with Blackbird in the Reeds since it was taking on a paranormal and fantasy plot, but I was so impressed with the author’s other books I took a chance. I shouldn’t have been worried; the story delivered a wonderful combination of world building and intriguing and unique characters, mystery in spades, and the foundation of a lovely little romance.

Parvathy on Gay Book Reviews wrote:

Blackbird in the Reeds is a truly wonderful start to a new series and I am completely enamored. I cannot wait to read the next book. Highly Recommended.

Elizabeth on Joyfully Jay wrote:

There were more hints and questions than answers, and several characters singled out that were never quite dealt with that make me confident that, with so many books planned, we’ll get to see quite a variety of magical and not-so magical folk and their love stories in the Rowan Harbor.

Tosha on Gay Book Reviews wrote:

This really was a good read. Sam Burns really made the mystery of what was going on the main part of the story but it truly worked for this book. It sucks you in and does not let you go until the last line of the book. I truly believe others will enjoy this book as much as I did. Can’t wait until the next book. Betting it is going to be another winner like this one was.