Happy Sunday everyone!
We are back with another snippet from Unveiled, the first book in my Raven Daughter series which is available in ebook, audio, and paperback. I only have a couple more that I’m going to do with from this book.
We’ve jumped ahead a short bit. Jo has gotten some dry clothes on and they’ve been joined by even more family and friends. She has a few moments to enjoy the company of one of her best friends before the journey must continue.
I snorted. “Yeah, it’s always good to have someone whose possible agony is tied to your death, keeps them watching out to make sure it doesn’t happen.”
James studied me with a raised eyebrow. “So you think that’s all it is?”
“Maybe.” I shrugged. “I thought we were becoming friends, but now that his family is here, I think any warm fuzzies he might be feeling are fading.”
“Hmmm,” was his only answer.
“Why?” Frowning, I tried to read James’s expression.
“Well, and I could be wrong mind you, but usually, when someone looks at another the way he does at you—when he thinks no one is paying attention—it means more than duty or fear of retribution holds them in place.” James gave a flick of his hand as if waving away a fly. “I could be completely wrong. Still, if I was a braver person, didn’t already love Aaron, and Caius swung my way, I could wish he would look at me like that.”
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I’m Jo and the death of my mother revealed a whole lot of secrets she was keeping. Like the fact that my sperm-donor father was a freaking angel who couldn’t keep it in his pants and slept with a woman he should never have been with. Or the fact I’m not mortal and would one day be a reaper of souls.
Reaping souls, now there is something I never dreamed I would do, but here I am doing just that. Or at least I was, until souls started becoming Lost. And that’s when things went south.
When I stupidly agreed to help discover what was causing the Lost without reading the fine print first. Now a lot of immortals would like to see me dead because of what I might become. To top it off, I ended up blood bound to a powerful half-demon who is supposed to be a reaper’s sworn enemy. Funny thing is he may be the only one I can trust.
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