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Protecting the Dead

Protecting the Dead

by Katherine Gilbert
Protecting the Dead

Protecting the Dead

by Katherine Gilbert

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Werewolves, and Vampires, and . . . Angels? Oh, My!

After a childhood filled with demons and her devil-worshiping parents, Lydia longs for a quiet, normal life, a safe haven somewhere blissfully dull. Rebranding herself as "Linda" and restarting life as a manager at the Roanoke Apartments seems to fit that bill.

But she soon learns that you can't leave the past behind so easily. Faced with unclogging drains for werewolves, conducting nightly vampire counseling sessions, and caring for two talkative cats, Lydia learns that Linda-like normality won't come easily. Then there's the distraction of Geoffrey, the hottest, and most angelic, boss anyone ever dreamed of. As if that isn't enough, the demon who nearly killed her shows up to finish the job. So much for a peaceful, simple life...

Join all the delightfully odd folk of the Roanoke Apartments in this quirky paranormal romance/paranormal fantasy and find out what the unearthly tenants of Decatur, Georgia get up to after dark.

On a wackiness scale of 1-to-10 sarcastic talking cats*, this one is a 9.

*Warning: This story contains talking cats and many other forms of quirky humor. It is not suitable for those looking for the dark or gritty.

The More in Heaven and Earth series is all set in the same magical universe filled with angels, witches, werewolves, demons, vampires, ghosts, and many other supernatural creatures. They can be read in any order or as stand-alones and will introduce you to a variety of fascinating characters, as they take you to various parts of this unusual earth.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940160757971
Publisher: Katherine Gilbert
Publication date: 10/27/2019
Series: More in Heaven and Earth
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 960,733
File size: 489 KB

About the Author

Katherine Gilbert was born at house number 1313 and then transplanted to a crumbling antebellum ruin so gothic that The Munsters would have run from it. She has since gained several ridiculously-impractical degrees in English, Religious Studies, and Women's Studies. She now teaches at a South Carolina community college, where all her students think, correctly, that she is very, very strange, indeed.

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