Amelia Peabody inherited two things from her father: a considerable fortune and an unbendable will. The first allowed her to indulge in her life’s passion. Without the second, the mummy’s curse would have made corpses of them all.
Tag: first-person protagonist point-of-view
An innkeeper who reads minds. An ornery detective. And a trail of bodies. Cider Cove is the premier destination for murder.
A werewolf mutt is suspected of killing prostitutes in Winnipeg, and Elena and Clay are sent to hunt the murderer down.
Magic is part of the deal when you live in Gales Haven, but the new role assigned to Marla wasn’t. What does she know about detecting? How is she to know what a foul-mouthed leprechaun and Spanx have in common?
Over forty, recently divorced, and with two teenagers, starting over back in my hometown seemed like my best option. I had no idea what I had done when things went to hell in a hand basket. We have to fix it before the barrier that keeps Gales Haven safe and hidden breaks.
When Zaniel is called to the murder scene of a college student, all signs point to a murderer from the angelic realm, but a cryptic message from an angel warns Zaniel that the killer is something else entirely. Something that not even the all-knowing angels have a name for.
It’s Arabella’s thoughts and worries about Nevada giving birth — with all the labor included and a wrap-up of Emerald Blaze.