Psychic and paranormal PI Harper Hall isn't that surprised when her business partner skips town. Really, she can't help but feel that it's her own fault for trusting a guy named Romeo in the first place. But if Harper wants to consult for the police on a high-profile case, she'll need a new partner - preferably one with some supernatural skills of his own. Enter Noah Riddick, a slayer left jobless by the legalization of vampirism. Riddick's dark secrets and shady past have forced him into exile from human society - an exile he was completely comfortable with until gorgeous and exasperating Harper waltzed into his life.
Fighting vampires, making immortal enemies, engaging in semi-sadistic interrogation techniques, and staging daring rescues - it's all in a day's work for this paranormal odd couple. But falling in love? Well, that's a little trickier - even for the semi-charmed Harper Hall.
"Fresh and fun. Relaxed with a good dose of humor." (Lanie's Book Thoughts)
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Great urban fantasy
- Amazon Customer "I am an avid fantasy and urban fantasy reader. I also read a lot of millitary romance."
What's with the butterfly? (cover)
The cover. I have no idea why there is a butterfly there. There are no butterflies in this book. Seriously, a cover should tell me something.
Maybe. It's quite entertaining. Reminded me a little of Mark Henwick's Bite Back series, but I think Mark Henwick does it better.
Harper finds herself in peril at one point in this book. Riddick is desperate to help her and needs to enlist the help of one of Harper's friends. So Harper is in some serious danger...Riddick probably wouldn't be engaging in witty banter. Just saying.