Grilled Cheese and Goblins by Nicole Kimberling

Grilled+Cheese+diner+copy (1)Grilled Cheese and Goblins: Adventures of a Supernatural Food Inspector

by Nicole Kimberling.

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Review Tagline: You’ll have trouble not falling in love with Special Agent Curry and his bite sized stories.

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Blurb: Keith Curry has his work cut out for him.

NATO’s Irregulars Affairs Division is a secret organization operating in thousands of cities around the globe. Its agents police relations between the earthly realm and those beyond this world, protecting citizens from both mundane and otherworldly dangers.

Former chef turned NIAD food inspector, Special Agent Keith Curry found out about magic the hard way and is now determined to keep dinner safe for everybody. Includes the novellas “Cherries Worth Getting,” “Magically Delicious” and the never-before-published “Bring Out Your Best” plus bonus shorts and more!


Release Date: 9th October, 2018.
Length: 317 pages.
Series: N/A.
Genre: Urban Fantasy. QUILTBAG. M/M Romance.
Read as an: eBook.
Sourced: NetGalley.

My Thoughts: Grilled Cheese and Goblins: Adventures of a Supernatural Food Inspector is a novel made up of collected stories that revolve around Special Agent Keith Curry.  Once a chef, now Keith is an agent of the NATO Irregular Affairs Division where he specialises in food inspections and investigations.

Grilled Cheese and Goblins is an incredibly fresh look at urban fantasy. Not only is the book a m/m romance, but it blends fantastical elements with food health and safety administration.

I mean, what?

Who would even think to mix the two?

Better yet, why would you?!

I’ll tell you what, Kimberling has merged the two to create such a nuanced and different world! With investigations ranging from searching for human protein (man meat 😛 ), illegal magical inclusions to food, contaminated blood supplements, and world saving blintzes, Grilled Cheese and Goblins is such a unique urban fantasy.  Continue reading “Grilled Cheese and Goblins by Nicole Kimberling”