Elves are not the glorious and wise fey of fairy tales. They are greedy, slick pains in the ass and even children know not to trust one. They are guaranteed to be lying or twisting the truth, and inevitably screw over anybody who works for them.
The ghosts are bored. Mal’s bored. She’s back together with the love of her life, but that relationship is rocky and tense. She needs a break. She needs to get back to work. Which is the only possible reason she’d accept a job from an elf.
Her boyfriend and her accidental demon slave both tell her she’s being stupid and she’s in way over her head, which only makes Mal determined to prove them wrong. Trouble is, they are not wrong.
Pretty soon, she finds out just how right they are, and it’s going to take a miracle, some ghosts, a handful of demons, a little voodoo, a siren, and a whole lot of luck if she’s going to survive, much less finish the job.
You may have read The Pixie Job in Dirty Deeds, but Dirty Deeds has vanished like a ghost. If you haven't got Dirty Deeds, The Pixie job is the third book in the series. I've just released The Elf Job, so you can have a mini-binge!