Thursday, November 9, 2017

The Reaper and the Cop by Mina Carter [Quickie Review]

 The Reaper and the Cop by Mina Carter
The Reaper and the Cop (Liberty, Oakwood #1) by Mina Carter
Format: ebook
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Date read: March 11, 2017

Liberty, Oakwood
1. The Reaper and the CopKindle
2. Dead Reaper Walking

Mina Carter
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Death’s big business. For Laney Larson, it’s a full time job.

The latest in a long line of Reapers, Laney hits Liberty, Oakwood expecting the usual ‘reap and run’ type of job. However the small town holds far more secrets than she expects, including a sexy cop who blindsides her reaper instincts - big time.

Liberty. It used to be a nice town until the things that go bump in the night moved in.

Detective Troy Regan moved to Liberty to claw back a little of his soul after working homicide in the big city. But the sleepy little town has problems of the paranormal kind and its police department has gone from calls about lost cats to Boggarts in the basement. Then the seriously nasty stuff moved in.

Troy’s not sure exactly what flavour of paranormal Laney is, but he doesn’t care. She’s tiny, delicate and gorgeous. When he finds a Lycan looming over her in an alley, all his protective instincts flare up. He needs to get her home, keep her safe… in his bed. But is she the answer he’s been looking for to fill the empty spot in his heart, or the most dangerous creature he’s ever met?
Thoughts on The Reaper and the Cop: This was a little on the short side for my initial liking, but then I saw there was a 2nd book in this series and got excited. So, there you go. Reapers going to town on those who need to die do it for me, I guess. Throw in a hot cop who knows more than Laney expected about the supernatural world and you have the recipe for a sexy evening. And beyond, if she plays her cards right.

What can I say, hot cops and Reapers and danger are a-okay in my book. Bring on the next installment.

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