About the Book
As a half-human, half-Drow private eye, Nyx is the go-to girl for tracking Demons in the night. So when several of New York Cityâ€™s Werewolves go missing, Alpha Werewolf Dmitri Beketov hires Nyx for the job. But this time, she must leave the dark alleys and bright lights behindâ€¦
Nyxâ€™s sixth sense tells her that life in the slow lane is a lot deadlier than it appears. Though she usually prefers to work solo, with this case sheâ€™s going to need all the help she can get. Enter Detective Adam Boyd: heâ€™s watching her back, but is this human too sexy for hisâ€”and herâ€”own good? Meanwhile, a powerful, malevolent force is exterminating paranorms and â€œunworthyâ€ humans alikeâ€¦and Nyx, still trying to get a foothold in her new surroundings, finds herself facing danger at every turn. | goodreads |
Keeping or Decluttering?
I will be adding this book into my docket for the month of October. I have an entire bookshelf of books that I’m not sure that I want to keep or declutter. Some are historical romance and some are a mix of genres.
I don’t like to keep books around collecting dust on my bookselves. The whole point, for me, of having and keeping books, are because I want to read them over and over. I don’t want to collect books just to “have” them. This also will allow me to make room for more books that I want to keep.
Let me know in the comments:
Do you keep books around even if you don’t intend to reread them again?