Description from author Jess Haines’ blog : They are the Others — the vampires, mages, and werewolves once thought to exist only in our imaginations. Now they’re stepping out of the shadows, and nothing in our world will ever be the same again…
IN A TOWN LIKE THIS, BEING A P.I. CAN BE MURDER

Shiarra Waynest’s detective work was dangerous enough when her client base was strictly mortal. But ailing finances have forced her to accept a lucrative case that could save her firm — if it doesn’t kill her first. Shiarra has signed on to work for a high-level mage to recover an ancient artifact owned by one of New York’s most powerful vampires.



My impressions: This novel kept my attention and I wanted to know what would happen next. Please know that it is very easy for me to put down a boring book–and this was not one of those. It was an absolute thrill ride. After Shiarra Waynest (Shia) decided to take on an assigment from a high-level mage, her safety went downhill. From being threatened by the most powerful vampire in the state, to being threatened to join a hate group against THE OTHERS, Shia is not sure what her options are. Add a few murders to the plot, and you’ve got yourself a very fun, creative novel. I loved it.
Please pick up a copy on May 4, 2010 or you can even pre-order at any online store now. 😀

There will also be a giveaway in April for a signed copy of this book here on my blog. Check back. 😀

16 Comments

  1. Kara,Make sure you get it. You'll love it. :-DJess,You're more than welcome, girl. :-DSoapy,Thanks. :-DTony,Read it. You won't regret it. :-DMista,Make sure you do! 😉

  2. Marcia,Mine too. ;-)David,You'll love it. ;-)Robin,Even when a book is boring, I still read the whole thing for some reason. I've got to finish it. LOL. :-DMyne,Do that. ;-)Laughing Wolf, Make sure you do. 😉

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