Three short stories from Kelley Armstrong, Jeaniene Frost, and Melissa Marr reflecting some fantastical events when the girls have a Girls’ Night Out with too many bodies to count.
Seven short stories of clever wit, dark twists, and intense suspense in what threatens to be the fifth and last of the Otherworld Stories. Favorite characters return, secrets are revealed, and several important storylines supposedly reach their conclusions.
An anthology of sixteen brand-new sci-fi and fantasy stories that speak to the darkness and despair that life brings while reminding us that good deeds, humor, love, sacrifice, dedication, and following our joy can ignite a light that burns so bright the darkness cannot last.
Death is rarely permanent in the Moors, but now Jill and her Master are threatening Jack’s body with an immortal life. It can’t happen. Balance must be maintained. And only Jack’s friends can help.
Since that shapeshiftin’ coyote VW mechanic, Mercy Thompson, proclaimed the Columbia Basin territory a safe haven for all supes, the fun hasn’t stopped, and now black witches are taking over.
Reanimated corpses are committing crimes all across town, and Briar Darque steps in, pulling Alex Craft, grave witch, in along with her.
I received this book for free from the library in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Crimson Death by Laurell K. Hamilton Genres: Paranormal Fantasy, Erotic Romance Published by Berkley Sensation on October 11, 2016 Pages: 720 Format: eBook Source: the library […]