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The third novel and first in a new wise-cracking, ass-kicking, paranormal trilogy from Jane Lovering, author of Romantic Novel of the Year Please Don’t Stop the Music. Humans and Otherworlders (Vampires and Ghouls) live in an uneasy peace which is threatened by a powerful new demon who wants to change things in his favour. So, it’s down to Jessica Grant, York council employee, one of the 5% of humans who can sense Otherworlders to save the day – with her ex-colleague, eye-wateringly handsome vampire Sil. Perhaps we will have to call these Vampire books from publisher Vampire Choc Lit – their Dark Choc range?
Jessica Grant knows vampires only too well. She runs the York Council tracker programme making sure that Otherworlders are all where they should be, keeps the filing in order and drinks far too much coffee. To Jess, vampires are annoying and arrogant and far too sexy for their own good, particularly her ex-colleague Sil, who's now in charge of Otherworld York. But when a demon turns up and threatens not just Jess but the whole world order, she and Sil are forced to work together, and when Jess turns out to be the key to saving the world it puts a very different slant on their relationship. The stakes are high. They are also very, very pointy and Jess isn't afraid to use them, even on the vampire that she's rather afraid she's falling in love with...
Publication date: 02/08/2012
Publisher: Choc Lit
|Publication date:||2nd August 2012|
|Genres:||NewGen - YA Fiction, eBook Favourites, Sagas and Romance,|
Jane Lovering was born in Devon but, following extradition procedures, now lives in Yorkshire. She has five children, four cats, two dogs and doesn’t believe in housework so the the bacteria and dust are approaching sentience and now rank among the pets. Incidentally, she doesn’t believe in ironing either, and the children all learned self-defensive cookery at early ages. She works in a local school and also teaches creative writing, which are extreme ways of avoiding the washing up. Jane is a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and has a ...More About Jane Lovering