Review: Under Suspicion by Hannah Jayne

Title: Under Suspicion
Author: Hannah Jayne
Release Date: May 1st 2012
Publisher: Kensington
Genre: Paranormal
Rating: 4 Hoots
Reviewer: Krystal
Buy From: Amazon/ Barnes and Noble/ Book Depository
Sum It Up! The plot itself is exciting.


She’s the new head of the Underworld Detection Agency’s strangest division. What a nightmare…

Being a human immune to magic helped Sophie Lawson get promoted. It’s also made her a major, very reluctant player in a game that stretches beyond even the Underworld. Having handsome buttoned-down Englishman Will as her new guardian is one tempting blessing, especially since sexy fallen angel Alex is mysteriously MIA lately. But as a frightening number of demons start disappearing around the city, Sophie suspects that an Armageddon-level prophecy is about to become everyone’s nightmare. And her investigation is testing her bravery — and Will’s unexpected vulnerability — in ways neither could predict. Now Sophie and Will are fast running out of time as an unstoppable evil prepares to lay waste to demons and humans alike…



Sophie is a rare human; she's immune to magic and any magical influence. Sophie's job is beginning to get dangerous and she is assigned a guardian to remove her from sticky situations. When magical creatures are turning up either dead or scared, Sophie can no longer wait for orders and decides she must act to track down the culprit.

Alex, Sophie's love interest, took off and Sophie is left with her dependable guardian, Will. The reader will look forward to the interesting dynamic this situation creates. Will Sophie get over her crush on Alex and move forward with Will? The author handles this love triangle very well and tactfully. The reader will actually believe that Sophie is puzzling through the romance and not making split second decisions. The reader will have to decide which couple to root for.

The plot itself is exciting. There are new clues cropping up all over and literally every character in "under suspicion." The reader will have to think through the clues with Sophie to have a chance at guessing at the culprit(s) in this mystery. This book is recommended to adult readers, particularly those who enjoyed this series before.


  1. This sounds like my kind of UF/PNR. Thanks for sharing this

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    1. Always looking to inspire the next good read :)


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