Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Limbo City Lights #tuesdaybookblog #amreading

The complete collection of Lana Harvey, Reapers Inc. short stories! Including the 3 previously published shorts: Dearly Departed, Hair of the Hellhound, and Season's Reapings, PLUS 3 all-new shorts: Pre-Mortem (set in the 1700s), Post-Mortem (set in the 2300s), and Death or Something Like It, a crossover short story with Jesse Sullivan, the heroine of my very own Dying for a Living series.

Check out the collection here.

Even better? Both of the first books in this series are free. So if you're feeling so inclined, you can also pick up:

Graveyard Shift by Angela Roquet
Dying for a Living by Kory M. Shrum (me)

Other Reads To Check Out

Some Earth citizens colonize to the Euthenia Planet for a new life. They wanted to forget their past and make a new start. Caleb, came to the Euthenia Planet to start a new, simple, peaceful life as well, leaving his role as a military specialist far behind him. He wanted to marry his dreamed woman, Emerald. He promises a good and easy going life from now on but...Some promises are meant to be broken…

When you make plans, the gods laugh. All decisions come with consequences.
In this second book of the Dragons series, time travel and fantasy weave together in a fantastical romance.
Although Jaz is a dragon, the fact that the paranormal exists hasn't made life any easier. The Norse gods are a little too active in her life, and her lover, Erich, the necromancer, a Viking and demigod, is acting distant. His going from extremely hot to cold has her second guessing everything, and wondering if his proclamation of love was just simple manipulation, and if their relationship has lost its like new car smell.

When trouble comes, it comes in heaps, and right at Jaz's feet. This trouble happens to send her back to 1799 to √Čtretat, France. The political upheaval combined with Napoleon's forces and the threat of the Reign of Terror leaves her wondering who she can trust -- one wrong move and she'll lose more than her dragon head. 

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