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Remember that old line about how the only way out of the organization is in a pine box?
Well, Rue Hollis spent 10 years thinking she had escaped the Black Hat Bureau, no coffin required.
Then her former partner had to go and shatter the illusion by showing up on her doorstep with grim tidings. As much as Rue wants to kick him to the curb, she agrees to hear him out for old times' sake, and what he says chills her to the bone.
The Silver Stag was the most notorious paranormal serial killer in modern history, and Rue brought him down. Now a copycat has picked up where the Stag left off, and the Bureau wants her on the case. She beat the Stag once. They think she can do it again. But they don't know she's given up black magic, and she's not about to tell them. White witches are prey, and Rue is the hunter, not the hunted. Always.
But can she take down the protege of the man who almost beat her at her black witch best?
If she wants to keep her new town, her new home, her new life, then she has no choice but to find out.
Contains mature themes.
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- Barb (Paging Through The Days)
A new, fun story!
Rue Hollis is a former black witch hiding out from the Black Hat Bureau. Her former place of employment though, they’re in desperate need of her skills.
She’s a white witch with a secret. One that could not only put her in danger but end the new, normal life she has. When her old partner shows up, asking for help, with a folder of info and no idea how to start. This case is growing faster than Black Hat can move.
When the lines are drawn, the bodies are stacked up—things get hairy quickly. Rue has a choice to make; one that is going to put them all in danger but at this point in the case, it’s unavoidable.
Only the best will come out on top… good thing Rue knows her stuff—she’s going to need every advantage she has up her sleeve.
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- Mariah Hill
it was cool
the story was entertaining. it took me a chapter or three to warm up to the narrator's voice. its not bad... just not what im used to. I liked it enough to get the next one so that's something 😂
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- Amazon Customer
Eh....I almost made it to the end
The narrator is good. She reads great and gives every character a voice. But I never finished the book because a sample from another series literally engaged my attention more thoroughly and I started listening to that series. The storyline itself literally couldn't engage me well enough to let me finish this book.