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Hell Gate by Morgon Newquist
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Our heroine is relatable with her outsider/f*up of the family that no one trusts, but ends up being the only one available to help out her grandfather as his dementia worsens. Sure, she gets free room and board for her efforts, but she genuinely cares about the old coot, and feeling needed and helpful is a boost she was in serious need of after an unpleasant break up with her bad-boy ex. Motorcycles are her weakness, and guess who lives across the street but a hot neighbor with a bike, but the whole neighborhood is keeping a secret, and so is her grandfather as head of the neighborhood watch... When his illness worsens and their little community is next to a hell gate there are suspicious murders by something not human at all, and she may be next if she doesn't figure out a way to save her grandpa, and the neighborhood before the gates are opened. She doesn't have any powers, but she may be exactly what the neighborhood needed.
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Reading Progress

June 20, 2022 – Started Reading
June 20, 2022 – Shelved
September 2, 2022 – Finished Reading

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