Tapas Tuesdays: The Innkeeper Chronicles

Genre: Action, Romance, Fantasy
Availability: Paid
Status: Updating


Dina Demille runs an extraordinary inn that masquerades as a quaint bed and breakfast to those who don’t know the truth. That truth? The Inn, Gertrude Hunt, caters to aliens visiting Earth. It’s Dina’s job to keep these guests safe while ensuring they break no rules.

When the dogs in Dina’s neighborhood begin to die, one by one, Dina knows something dangerous is nearby. While she shouldn’t get involved, she just can’t let it go. And when the stubborn werewolf ignores her pleas, she takes things into her own hands.

The Innkeeper Chronicles is based on Ilona Andrews’ Innkeeper series, which is several novels long at this point.

My Review:

As a huge (massive) fan of Ilona Andrews’ Innkeeper series, you better believe I signed up for The Innkeeper Chronicles the second it was available. The series is only a few months old at this point, but it has absolutely lived up to my expectations thus far.

This series is magical, dark, and fun. It has a little bit of something for everyone, including vampires, werewolves, a magical inn, some politics, danger, and even a romantic subplot. It’s one of my favorites and is totally worth checking out.

Not every scene follows the books, but I’m okay with that. It’s keeping things fresh while ensuring that it fits a more visual storytelling format. That’s what happens with adaptations, right? As long as it stays true to the core, I will never complain.


  • Magical/Sentient Building
  • Part of a longer series
  • Magical Characters
  • Drama
  • Romantic Subplot

Trigger Warnings:

  • Animal death
  • Graphic details

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