Dead, Undead, or Somewhere in Between (Rhiannon's Law #1)
One bad corpse can ruin your whole day. No one knows that better than Rhiannon Murphy. She's left behind the flash and sass of Miami for the no-nonsense groove of New York City, eager for a clean slate and a fresh start. A bartender by trade, a loud mouth by choice, and a necromancer by... show more
One bad corpse can ruin your whole day. No one knows that better than Rhiannon Murphy. She's left behind the flash and sass of Miami for the no-nonsense groove of New York City, eager for a clean slate and a fresh start. A bartender by trade, a loud mouth by choice, and a necromancer by chance, she's managed to keep her nifty talent hidden from those around her--until now. The deliciously good-looking vampire Disco knows her secret, and when he strolls into her bar to solicit help investigating the mysterious disappearances of his kind from the city, she discovers he's not the kind of person that appreciates the significance of the word no. But in a world where vampires peddle their blood as the latest and greatest drug of choice, it's only a matter of time before the next big thing hits the market. Someone or something is killing vampires to steal their hearts, and unlike Rhiannon, this isn't their first stroll around the undead block.
Publish date: April 30th 2011
Publisher: Mundania Press LLC
Pages no: 212
Edition language: English
Series: Rhiannon's Law (#1)
Great premise - but the h proves unlikable, and the author fails to deliver.
Rhiannon is trying to live her life as quietly as she can – alone, without attracting attention – at least no more than her hair trigger temper and quick mouth get her – and normal. She certainly doesn’t want to think about her ability to see ghosts – especially the ones that died violently, like he...
The first book in this series begins with us meeting Rhiannon and Disco. Rhiannon has been working at a bar for a while now living out a normal boring existence. Except for the fact that she can see dead people. Yep, not just vampires either she can actually see ghosts... And if that's not crazy eno...
I read this book for the Gotta Have Paranormal Romance with a Kick group's newbies vs vets challenge. I wasn't very impressed with the description of the book so I'd never read it before. Darn descriptions! It was really good. I would say some similarities with Charley Davidson, Downside Ghosts and ...
I liked the book quite a bit - it held my attention until I was able to finish it. I won't claim it has any really original angle to it, but it does what it does well. I genuinely like Disco/Gabriel, and Paine. Rhiannon was ok - I rather wish the author hadn't taken the clichéd route in terms of her...