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Autumn Bones by Jacqueline Carey

October 7, 2013 - Amy Phelps
New York Times bestselling author Jacqueline Carey returns to her Agent of Hel series in "Autumn Bones."

Daisy is trying to keep any eye on the supernatural citizens of Pemkowet and maintain a relationship with her normal seeming boyfriend Sinclair Palmer. Though she had a crush on police officer Cody, it would never work out between them because he's made it known that he will only ever be with another werewolf. And while Daisy isn't exactly all human, she's not a shapeshifter, she's part incubus.

Things seem to be doing well with Sinclair, that is, until his sister comes into town. Daisy is excited to meet his family, but that quickly cools when his sister makes it known that the entire family wants her to stay away from him - and that they want him to return home to Jamaica and reclaim his rightful role in a family of sorcerers. So he wasn't so normal human after all! With a family of crazed sorcerers now after her and Sinclair, is this going to cause havoc on the town and their relationship?

This is a cool mix of police work and supernatural with a hint of romance on the side. Paranormal fans will enjoy this one!

"Autumn Bones" is published by Roc. It is $26.95 and 424 pages long.

 
 

 

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