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It starts with a trail of bodies, and things get so much worse.
The Prince of Hell’s come asking Veruca to help him track down and protect a banshee from the queen of all Fairy. She’s the best suited for the task, both because she’s a badass Reaper with friends in low places, and because of her deep connection to a certain special necromancer. Knowing Belial wouldn’t give her an impossible task, she agrees.
One by one, things go sideways, putting those she loves in peril, stripping away her support structures, and leaving her out in the cold.
Cruelly separated from Belial by powerful Fairies, the danger of the hunt, and a newfound knowledge that threatens her very sanity, Veruca must rely on only her wits and her friends to survive. In the end, it all comes down to hard choices she never thought she’d have to make—and asking herself if loving Finn is really worth the world itself.
It’s just like Finn to turn a romantic trip into a hostage situation.
Veruca had intended to enjoy a fun weekend full of bawdy banter and spontaneous sex with her hot boyfriend. Now she’s racing to track down a bunch of housewives, stop them from sacrificing her man, and make nice with a demon.
Finn knows something’s up, even though the women who nabbed him, stripped him, and tied him to a tree don’t seem to be all that bad. There’s nothing wrong with being naked and surrounded by ladies, not where Finn’s concerned. Still, the masks, robes, and secret forest rendezvous seem a little suspicious.
It’ll work out in the end, he tells himself. Veruca will save the day just like she always does. And maybe, if he’s lucky, the sight of him bound and bare will give her some sexy ideas about how they can celebrate his rescue.
Be Warned: bondage
Finn's turned Veruca's life upside down in the best possible way. He's generous, beautiful, funny, and the best lover she's ever known. He's also a magnet for trouble, attracting it like he's the floor and it's the buttered side of toast.
Despite that, when an emissary of the fae shows up accusing Finn of reckless necromancy, she knows something isn't right. Finn's been a thief and a conman, but he isn't capable of murder. With help from an unlikely and unlikeable source, Veruca must follow a trail of blood and bodies and hope they lead her to the person who's making Finn look bad in the eyes of Fairy. His life may depend on it.
There’s nothing Finn wouldn’t do for his true love, even if she does have to spend February 14th in stuffy meetings analyzing charts and graphs. While she tends to her empire, antics abound at home, where Finn’s cutting out paper hearts, setting the table for a fancy dinner, and risking his fingers lighting candles. He’s determined to do everything he can to ensure they share a steamy evening, even if it does mean getting paper cuts in some very delicate places.
Check in on what Finn and Veruca have been up to since Rattle, and get in the mood for Valentine’s Day!
Find the first book, RATTLE, here: http://www.amazon.com/Rattle-Preternatural-PNW-Novel-Book-ebook/dp/B010OV9EE2
Finn's a failure—at necromancy and life in general. "It's not my fault," he'd insist, looking deep into your eyes as he lifts your wallet. You'd catch him, of course. Because he's a failure.
Veruca, on the other hand, is competence personified. She has to be, working as a Reaper directly under the Prince of Hell. When Finn shows up in a stolen sport coat and uses Veruca as cover from his murderous mistress' glowering goons, she finds the one thing she may not be so good at: resisting Finn's handsome face.