Aisling Grimlock never thought she'd join the family business. In fact, she was dead set against it. When an economic downturn causes her to lose her job, she's forced to go to desperate measures to earn a living.
Aisling comes from a big family of grim reapers - no, that's right. She's the youngest of five siblings - and the only girl - and the testosterone is going to hit the fan when the Grimlocks try to teach Aisling the ropes and keep her safe at the same time.
Between rogue wraiths, murderous new acquaintances and gargoyles dropping from the sky, Aisling has her hands full. That's on top of four brothers (and one curmudgeonly father) who would die for her - while also killing for her - and a police officer who's desperate to learn the family secret.
Follow Aisling as she delves into the mystery of her mother's death and a world she never wanted to explore - and yet might fit in all the same. This omnibus includes the first three books in the Aisling Grimlock mystery series: Grim Tidings, Grim Offerings and Grim Discovery.
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Really great book, the only problem I have is all of the brothers sound exactly the same and they all sound extremely whiny. Its hard to imagine the description that they offer matching the voices. Ugg super hot guys that sounds like whiny chicks.
- Amazon Customer "The worst thing in life is not to have an imagination, but even more horrifying is not to enjoy others... LOL,SMILE,CRY,SCREAM, BUT ENJOY"
The Narrator Reads way too slow
No, the characters are supposed to be snarky and sarcastic, I read the book but got this for a long drive since I had liked the story, the way it reads is faster paced. the way that she narrates though is more suitable for sloths not characters that engage in witty/sarcastic conversations
if you find yourself enjoying the story but annoyed by the her narration speed try setting the playback speed to 1.25, I found that by doing this it ends up sounding normal.
- Kelli Hamilton