Blood Magic by Laken Cane EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Laken Cane
- Language: English
- Formats: PDF / EPUB
- Status: Available For Free Download
- Genre: Paranormal Vampire Romance, Paranormal Werewolves & Shifters Romance
- Price: Free
- File Size: 2 MB
I shoved my expensive, extremely comfortable chair back and
stood, walking away from my new desk. I turned in a circle, studying
my office, slightly awed.
Mayor Hedrick had given me this office in downtown Jakeston,
along with two employees whom he was determined to pay until I
started making real money. One of the employees was muscle—he
stood in the outer office or walked around the building—both inside
and out—prowling and scowling, and probably hoping someone
would try to cause me harm so he’d have an excuse to pummel them
with his mighty fists.
His name was Joe Patrick and I believed he was ex-military. Just
something about the way he carried himself. He didn’t tell me
anything about his past and I didn’t ask. He wasn’t the talkative sort.
He was around six feet three inches tall, bald, and bulky with muscle.
Lucy was in love—lust, rather—and made sure to drop by at least
once a day with a box of pastries for me, she claimed, though more
often than not the box was nearly empty before it found its way to my
office because she stopped and offered them to Joe first. Apparently,
he liked to eat nearly as much as I did.
The other employee was a guy named Max Pepper. Despite the
fact that he was either my age or a year or two older, I had trouble
thinking of him as anything but a kid. He was an odd one, awkward
and cranky but sweet and funny all at the same time, and he tended to
occasionally put a question mark at the end of his statements. He was
my office manager/assistant/receptionist, and he seemed capable so
far. Not that there was much for me to judge him on, seeing as how
everything was so damn quiet.
Two weeks ago I’d been too busy to take a breath but now, it was
like the city had gone to sleep. No one called me to cleanse their
homes, no spirits came to visit me, and Detective Moreno had pretty
much stopped talking to me since the reporters had decided he and I
were having an affair. Even Lucy’s dreams, while not stopping, had
no clues or locations to help us investigate them.
That’s what I was—officially now, thanks to the mayor. The
discreet sign on my door proved it.
Kait Silver, Investigator of Preternatural Crimes.
My business cards stated that I specialized in cleansing services at
$145 an hour. There was no mention of speaking with the dead or
finding kidnapping victims, because I would have been overrun by
desperate people and quite possibly picked up by government
officials and taken to a secret lab hidden somewhere remote and
For More Read Download This Book