Thirteen short stories in the paranormal steampunk science fiction genre with a theme of the Old West.
Tag: third person dual protagonist point-of-view
Together, the Robin, the Kestrel, and the Ghost will foil a plot to drive all music forever from the land – but first, the Robin and the Kestrel must tame the killer Ghost.
An adventurous raccoon, a bar fight gone bad, a teenage daughter hunting a serial killer and, oh yes, the still unresolved mystery of her own abduction years prior. All evidence points to a local distiller, a dangerous bad boy named Levi Ravinder.
A brag made in anger finds Rune at risk of death, unless she can keep the Ghost of Skull Hill enthralled. It’s a musical performance that could end in death or the beginning of a whole new life.
Both Nasha Black and Charlie Ashborne are cursed and reluctant for anyone to know, yet when Nasha shows up at his shop desperate for more of his chocolate, the two strike a bargain. Charlie will do anything to avoid the dragon census mating games.
Shawn and Luanne are expecting to drink a little too much and dance the night away. What they don’t expect is to unearth secrets they believed long buried.
I received this book for free from my own shelves in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.”Cipher” by Larissa Ione Series: Demonica Underworld #8 Genres: Dark Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance Published by Evil Eye Concepts Incorporated on April 9, 2019 Pages: 197 […]