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Steffanie Holmes

Author of A Dead and Stormy Night

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About the Author

Includes the names: S C Green, Steffanie Holmes

Disambiguation Notice:

Steff Green writes historical and contemporary paranormal romances under the name Steffanie Holmes. She writes dark fantasy books under the name S C Green. She writes bizarre fantasy under the name Steff Metal.


Works by Steffanie Holmes

A Dead and Stormy Night (2019) 83 copies, 3 reviews
The Sunken (2014) 50 copies, 8 reviews
Digging the Wolf (2016) 49 copies, 1 review
Of Mice and Murder (2019) 34 copies, 1 review
Poison Ivy (2022) 31 copies
Shunned (2019) 30 copies, 2 reviews
Pride and Premeditation (2019) 25 copies, 1 review
Earth and Embers (2018) 23 copies, 1 review
Art of Cunning (2015) 18 copies, 4 reviews
Memoirs of a Garroter (2019) 17 copies
You're So Dead to Me (2023) 17 copies
My Stolen Life (2020) 14 copies, 1 review
Ghosted (2020) 14 copies
Prose and Cons (2023) 12 copies
Initiated (2019) 10 copies
A Novel Way to Die (2023) 9 copies
Pretty Girls Make Graves (2021) 8 copies
Fire and Fable (2018) 7 copies, 1 review
Ignited (2020) 7 copies, 1 review
Poison Kiss (2022) 6 copies
The Castle of Wind and Whispers (2018) 6 copies, 1 review
Water & Woe (2018) 6 copies, 1 review
Possessed (2019) 6 copies
The Gauge War (2016) 6 copies
Poison Flower 5 copies
Petrified City (2016) — Author — 5 copies
At War With Satan (2014) 4 copies
Spirit & Sorrow (2018) 4 copies, 1 review
Much Ado About Murder (2023) 4 copies
Watcher (2018) 4 copies
My Broken Crown (2021) 3 copies
Inking the Wolf (2017) 3 copies, 1 review
Poison Malice Twisted (2021) 3 copies
The Man in Black (2015) 3 copies
Brutal Boys Cry Blood (2021) 3 copies
My Secret Heart (2020) 3 copies
My Savage Empire (2021) 2 copies
Wedding the Wolf (2017) 2 copies
Ghoul as a Cucumber (2024) 2 copies
Art of the Hunt (2015) 2 copies, 1 review
Thorn (2016) 2 copies
Ossified State (2017) — Author — 2 copies, 1 review
Bad Moon Rising — Author — 1 copy
Haunted (2020) 1 copy, 1 review
Spirited 1 copy
Witch Hunter 1 copy
Reaper 1 copy
Art of Temptation (2016) 1 copy, 1 review
Welcome to my Nightmare — Author — 1 copy

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Common Knowledge

Canonical name
Holmes, Steffanie
Other names
Green, S.C.
Metal, Steff
New Zealand
Disambiguation notice
Steff Green writes historical and contemporary paranormal romances under the name Steffanie Holmes. She writes dark fantasy books under the name S C Green. She writes bizarre fantasy under the name Steff Metal.



Another fun cozy mystery with a reverse-harem spice element. Holmes deepens the relationships and characters in this one, and adds some fun to the magical realism element. I look forward to revisiting Nevermore Bookshop!
jenspirko | Apr 22, 2024 |
A fun read! The clever premise elevates it above many other bookshop-set cozy mysteries, and the narrative voice is engaging and interesting. A bit contrived, but very enjoyable. Eager to read more of the series!
jenspirko | 2 other reviews | Apr 12, 2024 |
Hilarious amazing!

Stumbled across this in a booktok rec vid and I’m so glad I did! Now I’m even more determined to read Wuthering Heights. I’ll probably also be adding Sherlock Holmes to my TBR and definitely gonna have to review The Raven.

This book was so good and had me in stitches through it all. Steffanie Holmes did an amazing job creating loveable characters and building the scene. Can’t wait to continue this series!
TiffanyCutshall | 2 other reviews | Apr 8, 2024 |
This definitely going to be another "it's not me, it's you" review.

I don't know why but the bully romances I have been reading lately have been nothing but misses. They have promising premises like this one that gain my interest and end up being a huge disappointment in the end. The female lead is always drawn to where the filthy rich tend to send their heirs to learn how to take over their family business, but the boys are always these bad males who tend to either call the poor female lead names, demand she leave the school, and/or allow their female counterparts to do something that would ostracize her from the rest of the class. It is always the same premise of any and all bully romance harem novels.

The female lead is always supposed to be this badass female who is supposed to come in with guns blazing and force change upon the school. She forges friendships with the poor people because, you know, reasons. And though they warn her to stay away from those "Kings of nameless schools", she ignores them. They always smell like some sort of weird thing for her and they make her body cream itself whenever they are near or speak to her.

While I did try to read this book, I ended up skimming through about forty percent of it because the story and its characters felt uninteresting. The female lead and her bully males had nothing about them that offered to set them apart from other school bully novels. But in all honesty, these novels read the same except the story and characters are changed slightly to fit another narrative.

Final Thought:

Will I continue this series? No. I could find nothing about this novel that I believed would keep me interested in reading the second novel. So, any answers I had will die with this novel.
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Revengelyne | 1 other review | Nov 17, 2023 |



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