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The Incubus Job
“Pharaoh Francis does her usual excellent job of creating characters readers instantly care about and stories they can’t wait to explore!” —Romantic Times Book Review
“Wow, I loved this book so, so much. I’m so happy that I accepted it for review because now I have a new series to obsess over (hint: I want book #2 yesterday!!) . . . Like I said when I started this review…I adored this book. And I HIGHLY recommend it. I’m not a huge paranormal reader. I enjoy them, but it’s not a genre I actively seek out. This is a series that I will be haunting the authors blog looking for word of when the next book is coming out. When it comes to paranormal, that’s not normal for me, but I’ve fallen in love with these two characters. I need more from them!” –Smitten With Reading
“These strong compelling characters demand attention while they entertain you with their snarky and explosive relationship in this well-written, fast paced and smooth flowing plot that thrills readers with lots of suspense, excitement, and romance.” –Night Owl Reviews
It’s tough to have a conscience when you kill for a living.
That’s why six years ago, Mallory Jade gave up killing. Now she’s a fixer. Got a problem with a demon? She can help. Infestation of pixies? She’s got you covered. Kidnapped by an undead lich? She’s on her way. Anything you need, so long as she doesn’t have to kill. It’s her one unbreakable rule.
Aside from a few near-death experiences, her new life is good, until her job dumps her in the lap of the man she walked out on six years before. Law Stanger, her former partner and lover, wants her back in his life. He’s not above playing dirty. But Mallory knows it can never work. She has secrets Law can never understand or forgive.
All Mallory wants now is to finish her job–track down an incubus and the precious box he stole–and get the hell out of town before Law shatters her heart again. But it wasn’t fate that drew her and Law together after all these years, it was cunning calculation. Now they must face an enemy more powerful than they can imagine, one that has no intention of leaving anybody alive.