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Caroline knew her new internship would be tough... she just didn't think she would be tossed out into a stormy case without an umbrella. Caroline Peters, recent high school graduate and brand-new summer intern at the Federal Paranormal Activities Agency hopes she can handle it. Investigating a stolen magical artifact is well outside her experience, but at least she's sent Caroline knew her new internship would be tough... she just didn't think she would be tossed out into a stormy case without an umbrella. Caroline Peters, recent high school graduate and brand-new summer intern at the Federal Paranormal Activities Agency hopes she can handle it. Investigating a stolen magical artifact is well outside her experience, but at least she's sent with two experienced agents: her vampire friend Darien Webb and the cheerful shifter Greg Barnett. When they get to the scene, they're beset by local politics, arrogant curators, and bad weather. When the two agents are attacked by a werewolf, they realize that the missing artifact may be the least of their concerns. The bad weather is just the beginning, and Caroline has to wonder if she's really cut out to be a mere human policing the world of mages and monsters.


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Caroline knew her new internship would be tough... she just didn't think she would be tossed out into a stormy case without an umbrella. Caroline Peters, recent high school graduate and brand-new summer intern at the Federal Paranormal Activities Agency hopes she can handle it. Investigating a stolen magical artifact is well outside her experience, but at least she's sent Caroline knew her new internship would be tough... she just didn't think she would be tossed out into a stormy case without an umbrella. Caroline Peters, recent high school graduate and brand-new summer intern at the Federal Paranormal Activities Agency hopes she can handle it. Investigating a stolen magical artifact is well outside her experience, but at least she's sent with two experienced agents: her vampire friend Darien Webb and the cheerful shifter Greg Barnett. When they get to the scene, they're beset by local politics, arrogant curators, and bad weather. When the two agents are attacked by a werewolf, they realize that the missing artifact may be the least of their concerns. The bad weather is just the beginning, and Caroline has to wonder if she's really cut out to be a mere human policing the world of mages and monsters.

39 review for Caroline's Internship (Federal Paranormal Activities Agency #1)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chantal-Lise Mirman

    Is “Spunk” her middle name? Young Caroline, as the only individual with no magic whatsoever (although I am very suspect as to where her lie-detecting ability comes from) is once again the even-keeled reluctant heroine in a totally magical fracas. The light-hearted banter between our somewhat naive protagonist and her more experienced cohorts has a very believable underlying tone of teenage angst. Whatever misadventures may befall the Paranormal Investigator in Training next, you can be sure that h Is “Spunk” her middle name? Young Caroline, as the only individual with no magic whatsoever (although I am very suspect as to where her lie-detecting ability comes from) is once again the even-keeled reluctant heroine in a totally magical fracas. The light-hearted banter between our somewhat naive protagonist and her more experienced cohorts has a very believable underlying tone of teenage angst. Whatever misadventures may befall the Paranormal Investigator in Training next, you can be sure that her non-magical (?) luck will hold out. “Caroline saves the day... again!” would appear to be her battle cry. I can’t wait to read the next installment in this offbeat series!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Diana Fleming

    Not up to the standards of the author's other books. I found the banter in particular to be annoying. Caroline is a teenage intern at a supernatural FBI type agency. Apparently, at some time in the past (in some book that I haven't read, perhaps), she did something very brave that lead to her getting the position. We know this because we are repeatedly reminded for the first 30% of the book. A single paragraph somewhere in the first chapter would have been more than enough to convey the informat Not up to the standards of the author's other books. I found the banter in particular to be annoying. Caroline is a teenage intern at a supernatural FBI type agency. Apparently, at some time in the past (in some book that I haven't read, perhaps), she did something very brave that lead to her getting the position. We know this because we are repeatedly reminded for the first 30% of the book. A single paragraph somewhere in the first chapter would have been more than enough to convey the information. Upon arrival at the internship, Caroline finds the agents to be friendly, wildly supportive, and constantly cheerful. We are told (told, not shown) that Caroline is nervous and lacks self-confidence, so, at first, it seems nice that the agents are being supportive. But by the time you are 65% into the book and they are STILL doing it in literally every second or third paragraph, using practically the same words, it all begins to be a bit creepy. Throw in 'we want you to work with us forever you're so amazing' declarations all over the place and it passes creepy and is well into: 'is this some sort of strange horror story where they turn out to be an undead vampire alien cult who will never allow her to leave?' territory. Frankly, if I was Caroline, by the time some middle aged fed I just met had declared his undying admiration and friendship for me for the umpteenth time in ten minutes, I'd be on the first plane out of there. Caroline, however, seems to lack my cynicism. Without spoiling the ending too much, let's just say that, when the plot finally kicks in in the last 35% of the book, Caroline does not exhibit best of judgement and is unconscious for much of the action. Which we are told about after she wakes up and is sent to get the training that, as an intern, she should have been recieving at the start instead of being sent out on a big investigation with a bunch of creepy people... Don't let this put you off the author's other books. I just didn't feel that this particular one hit the right balance.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Richard Goodrum

    Wonderful story. Definitely seems to be a sequel to another story but works well in a standalone sense. Caroline, C, is delightful. Her colleagues are interesting. A few of the clues might be a little over-the-top, still the wit and humor more than make up for it. Action-packed. Easy-to-read. Entertaining. Funny. Great world building. Page-turner. Tear-jerker. Whimsical. Witty. Wonderful characters.

  4. 5 out of 5

    candel

    The story is good The plot - a magical who dunnit - was interesting and I liked the characters. But the language now has some GDs in it. It's otherwise clean.. Almost wholesome - so why stick that ugliness in it. The writing is enjoyable and it's fairly well edited. Why do people think it has to have cussing to be adult? The story is good The plot - a magical who dunnit - was interesting and I liked the characters. But the language now has some GDs in it. It's otherwise clean.. Almost wholesome - so why stick that ugliness in it. The writing is enjoyable and it's fairly well edited. Why do people think it has to have cussing to be adult?

  5. 4 out of 5

    Helen M. Whitchurch

    Paranormal FBI series. Read prequel Quick Study first. Smart risk taking heroine. If her mom knew the risks she would die but Caroline just jokes about papercuts. Only flaw in character. Seriously not fair to her parents they deserve to know.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Melanie Ong

    I’m sensing a theme Human to the rescue. First shifter hybrid of this type. Enjoying the story continuation of Caroline’s adventures. No romance which is a nice break from the norm.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

  8. 4 out of 5

    David Hacker

  9. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Horn

  10. 4 out of 5

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  11. 4 out of 5

    Jamie Bozeman

  12. 5 out of 5

    James

  13. 4 out of 5

    TeeLee98

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jamie Hancock

  15. 4 out of 5

    Catherine McDonald

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    Brian Mccoy

  17. 5 out of 5

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  20. 5 out of 5

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  21. 5 out of 5

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  22. 4 out of 5

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  24. 5 out of 5

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