Angel in the Attic (a lesbian paranormal romance)

Angel in the Attic (a lesbian paranormal romance)

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by Rebecca Tregaron
     
 
In a world of angels and ogres, banshees and gargoyles, werewolf chef Carolyn Katz is unemployed and down on her luck. Until she rescues a gorgeous angel, Lourdes Segovia, from a man who menaced her in the bathroom of a fancy vegan restaurant.

The grateful Lourdes hires Carolyn as her personal chef. Next thing Carolyn knows, she’s juggling elaborate

Overview

In a world of angels and ogres, banshees and gargoyles, werewolf chef Carolyn Katz is unemployed and down on her luck. Until she rescues a gorgeous angel, Lourdes Segovia, from a man who menaced her in the bathroom of a fancy vegan restaurant.

The grateful Lourdes hires Carolyn as her personal chef. Next thing Carolyn knows, she’s juggling elaborate dinner parties, a hostile housekeeper, a sexy winged reporter intent on getting the dirt on Lourdes, a firefighter ex-girlfriend who wants to get back together with Carolyn, and her own growing attraction to her mysterious employer. But why are there so many vampire attacks in Lourdes’ exclusive neighborhood? Could the lovely Lourdes be hiding a deadly secret?

In this delectable lesbian paranormal romance, the steak isn’t the only thing that sizzles!

“Stephanie Plum meets Sookie Stackhouse in the Iron Kitchen!” – Lorelei Fleur.

"Angel in the Attic" is a 28,000-word (about 100 page) installment of a serialized novel. The complete novel, "Werewolf in the Kitchen," will be published in three parts. Each installment will include four luscious recipes. The recipes in "Angel in the Attic" are for miso-broiled fish, spoon lamb, crepes Suzette, and sugar cookies with assorted fruit and herb flavors.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148820963
Publisher:
Night Garden Press
Publication date:
10/07/2013
Series:
Werewolf in the Kitchen , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
639,220
File size:
250 KB

Meet the Author

Rebecca Tregaron lives in Los Angeles. She is an amateur cook, an enthusiastic baker, and a fan of fruit carts, Korean taco trucks, and Japanese pastry shops.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a casually paranormal romance where the author has clearly thought through her worldbuilding in a consistent way but feels no need to give charts or wiki entries explaining how everything relates. She has put equally as much thought into how the protagonist's vocation as a chef affects her worldview. The descriptions both of how the protagonist uses her werewolf senses and how she thinks in food metaphors are omnipresent without being overwhelming or gimmicky. This is a story of two strangers getting together quickly, and it shows. I don't feel as if we get a solid understanding of the love interest, but i don't think the protagonist knows her well by that time either. I am looking forward to book two, and giving serious consideration to making the lamb recipe at the end of the book.