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Thursday, June 14, 2012


Succubus Lost
From the Files of the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency, #2
by Tiffany Allee

"Someone is kidnapping and incinerating otherworlders beyond recognition, and Detective Marisol Whitman, a succubus, races to find the murderer before he claims another victim. But her pursuit is derailed when her responsible younger sister vanishes. Marisol suspects foul play and enlists support from an unlikely source: an agent from the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency, Valerio Costa.

When the trail pointing to everyone from vampires to witches dries up, Agent Costa admits to knowing more than he’s shared. Marisol’s sister’s kidnapper harnesses more magic than she can imagine - and they’re running out of time. To find her sister before her powers are drained and twisted beyond recognition, Marisol must connect the dots between cases and put her trust in Costa, a salamander who may burn her before she can solve either case."

Genre: Paranormal Romance / B&N: 2.99$ / Amazon: 5.74$ (EU) 2.99$ (US)

See my review on Banshee Charmer, Book 1 in the series HERE!

           “Police,” he called, with a voice loud enough to carry through the whole warehouse.

           Movement in the corner of the room, just on the edge of my flashlight’s glow, made me jump. I pulled my gun as I hastily tried to follow the shape with the light. But I halted when I caught up to it.

           “Damn rat,” I muttered.

           We searched what seemed like every square inch of the dirty old warehouse, but there was no basement or rooms other than the office and a couple of restrooms. Every inch felt emptier than the last and there was no sign that anyone had been in the building recently.

           “She’s not here,” I said, as Costa pointed his flashlight across the rafters in the ceiling.

           “You okay?” he asked, turning the flashlight to face the floor.

           “No, I’m not okay,” I muttered, and then winced, hoping my voice was too low for him to have heard.

           Costa grabbed my hand and squeezed. “If it were my brother in this situation, I wouldn’t be okay, either,” he said softly.

           “You have a brother?”

           “Yes. I have a brother.”

           “Older or younger?” Was it possible Costa understood more than I credited him for?

           “Younger,” he said, voice rough. “I am very protective of him, like you are of Elaine. I can’t imagine how you’re feeling right now. How you’re keeping it together.”

           I grunted. “I thought you’d decided I was a cold bitch for handling it so well.”

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