A Paranormal Women’s Supernatural Mystery.
Better Off Dead (Lily Harper #1)
If there’s such a thing as luck, I definitely don’t have it.
Killed in a car accident before it’s my time to go. I just learned that the hereafter isn’t exactly what I hoped it might be.
First, there’s AfterLife Enterprises…
Learning my death was indirectly their fault, Afterlife Enterprises offers me the chance to live again, but beware of the fine print. Fine print = becoming a soul retriever. And, no, that’s not a new dog breed.
I’ll now be venturing into the bowels of the Underground City (think hell) to retrieve souls that were mistakenly sent there during a Y2K glitch. Seriously.
Second, there’s angel Bill…
As if risking my second life in the Underground City wasn’t enough, my guide is none other than my incompetent, alcoholic, womanizing guardian angel, Bill.
My future isn’t looking bright.
Finally, there’s the legendary bladesmith, Tallis Black…
As Scottish as his kilts and heavy brogue, Tallis Black is a centuries-old Celt who, for reasons only known to him, offers to train me and act as my escort into the depths of the Underground City. Dark, brooding and definitely dangerous, I know I shouldn’t trust Tallis, but desperate times call for desperate measures.
Between soul retrieving in hell, dealing with Bill, and trying to figure out what’s in it for Tallis, I’m wondering if maybe I would’ve just been better off dead.
The Underground City (Lily Harper #2)
So, I narrowly survived my first mission as a Soul Retriever in the first level of the Underground City.
After that harrowing trip, I’m looking forward to some downtime, but as with most things involving the afterlife, nothing ever works out the way I want it to.
My newest mission will see me traveling to the sewer aqueduct of the Underground City and, later, the prison. Yay me!
But, luckily for me, I’ve got the hunky yet antisocial bladesmith, Tallis Black, by my side. Let’s see how many words I can manage to get out of him this time!
And not so luckily for me, I’ve also got my guardian angel, Bill, along for the ride. And, yep, he’s still up to his old, foul-mouthed antics.
Between learning how to wield my sword from the foul-tempered bladesmith, personal training with a hot-headed demon, traveling to the Underground City not one but two times, and discovering that the leader of the Underground City harbors a curious fascination with me, I’m ready to have a nervous breakdown.
To Hell and Back (Lily Harper #3)
My third mission into the depths of the Underground City finds me battling its demonic residents in the Toy Store, level four of the hellish afterlife.
Although my guardian angel, Bill, is by my side every step of the way, Bill isn’t much of a consolation when it comes to fighting things that go bump in the night. Instead, I’d much prefer to rely on the brawn and brains of the two-thousand-year-old Celtic warrior, Tallis Black.
But Tallis is busy battling his own demons…the internal type. Ugh, men.
While in the Underground City, I find myself on the wrong end of a demon’s wrath. A surprising encounter with the master of the Underground City, Alaire, not only ensures my survival but also leaves me in the unenviable position of being in Alaire’s debt.
It’s no secret that Alaire harbors this strange and unsettling fascination with me, but I’m more concerned with solving Tallis’s deep and dark mysteries hidden beneath his stoic exterior.
While becoming better acquainted with the master of the Underground City and coming ever closer to unraveling the enigma that is Tallis Black, I can only hope I make it through hell and back.