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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2014

    great story line. Enjoy the concept of a female reaper. can't wa

    great story line. Enjoy the concept of a female reaper. can't wait for the next one. 

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  • Posted March 17, 2014

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    Enticing Couple and Fast-Paced Action!

    Find this review and more at Lusty Penguin Reviews!

    Mina Carter pens an enjoyable paranormal romance in The Reaper and the Cop, the first story of the Liberty, Oakwood series. Carter creatively tells this story through the eyes of the reaper, Laney Larson.

    Recently promoted to violent deaths, Laney finds herself in Liberty, Oakwood, because the Grimm inside of her believes a lot of reaping will occur in this little town very soon. Laney knows from experience that the fastest way to get to fresh bodies is to follow a cop. Hanging out at the local bar, Laney doesn’t expect to find a handsome cop who can see past her disguise. Policeman Troy Regan is thoroughly captivated by Laney when he first sees her. Instinctively, Troy knows that Laney is some kind of creature, he just has no idea what kind. After Laney is injured fighting a werewolf, Troy tends to Laney’s injuries, which in turn awakens a desire that Laney long thought dead. The sexual tension between them ignites instantly, as does the sizzling passion between the sheets. With werewolves threatening Liberty, it’s a good thing Laney and Troy will be working together to keep the town safe.

    An enticing couple and fast-paced action scenes make The Reaper and the Cop a compelling read right up the stunning cliffhanger ending, which leaves readers wanting more.

    I received an eBook copy of the book for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review, and all conclusions are my own responsibility.

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