Hadley House by Olivia Lewin

Life had gone to hell in a handbasket when I received news that my Uncle Felix had passed away and left me an inheritance. Fired from my dream job in Asteria and days away from eviction, I took the inheritance (and relocation) as the blessing it was.

Unfortunately, it was only a blessing until I saw the house I now had in my name.

A falling apart hovel in the middle of a decommissioned graveyard. Bad enough, right?

It got worse.

The place is overrun by men deemed unsafe for society. An oversized orc. A pixie-demon with an attitude. A partially-feral wolfman. A defective basilisk. And a ghost. Have I mentioned I’m terrified of ghosts?

I need to get the hell out of here, but it’s easier said than done when the house is keeping us all captive and the only way out is untangling a series of puzzles my uncle left for me. And the worst part of it all?

I’m stuck in an infinite time loop that always ends in me dying and resetting the day to the beginning. I have no idea who’s killing me or why time is rewinding, but I have a bad feeling it’s an important part of the puzzle. I have an even badder feeling that the men have a lot to do with the happenings in Hadley House. The men who don’t remember who I am at the beginning of each cycle, the ones I know intimately, who don’t act like the monsters mage society makes them out to be.

I doubt I can make it out with both my heart and my body intact, but I’ve got to try.

Hadley House is a first-in-series, murder mystery style, why choose/polyam romance with copious kinky sex and far from fully human men. While we do find out ‘whodunit’, this book still leaves you reeling with a cliffhanger, so please keep that in mind.

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