Honeymoon of the Dead (Garnet Lacey Series #5)

Honeymoon of the Dead (Garnet Lacey Series #5)

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by Tate Hallaway
     
 

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The latest in the bewitching series from the author of Dead if I Do

In wintry Wisconsin, occult bookseller-and witch-Garnet Lacey isn't immune to the cold. But even though her new vampire husband doesn't actually have a pulse, love will keep them warm-if the honeymoon doesn't drive them apart.

Thanks to a vengeful frost demon,

Overview

The latest in the bewitching series from the author of Dead if I Do

In wintry Wisconsin, occult bookseller-and witch-Garnet Lacey isn't immune to the cold. But even though her new vampire husband doesn't actually have a pulse, love will keep them warm-if the honeymoon doesn't drive them apart.

Thanks to a vengeful frost demon, instead of a gothic honeymoon in Transylvania, Garnet and Sebastian are stuck in exotic Minneapolis, Minnesota. And with gods and goddesses running amok all over town, Garnet can't seem to find much quality time for her new hubby...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781101187609
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
05/04/2010
Series:
Garnet Lacey Series , #5
Sold by:
Penguin Group
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
304
Sales rank:
530,845
File size:
289 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

A Scorpio with a Leo Rising, Tate Hallaway is an amateur astrologer and practicing Witch. Tate has been a fan of vampire fiction since she first read Poppy Z. Brite in high school. Her first short fiction acceptance was to a vampire ‘zine called Nocturnal Ecstasy Vampire Coven. Tate lives in Saint Paul, Minnesota with three black cats.

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Honeymoon of the Dead (Garnet Lacey Series #5) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
fanoftheweird More than 1 year ago
I love Garnet Lacey and I've been a fan of this novel series since the beginning. I'm writing this review because I was disappointed with what the other two reviews had to say. First off, yes the cover art is different and less appealing, but that doesn't change the story that is written inside, and what a great story it is. If you read the Acknowledgments then you would know that this is the last Garnet Lacey book, there will be no others at least that's what Tate Hallaway says. The story is classic Garnet Lacey style, there a ton of drama, action, romance, and humor. I enjoyed the book all the way through and I was very satisfied with the way the book ended. Without going into detail, I just want to recommend this book to anyone who has already read the Garnet Lacey series. You have to read this book in order to really understand Garnet.
frosty17 More than 1 year ago
I have read all the Garnet books and loved them. I love Garnet and Sebastian. They have an interesting relationship. I was originally attracted to the books from the cover art. This book the art was different. Where was the Garnet that we loved?? The story was also a let down. The previous books were much more interesting and entertaining. I would still recommend the book. It's a fun series and I keep my fingers crossed that any future books will be as much fun as the first four were.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
Married couple bookselling witch Garnet Lacey and vampire Sebastian leave Wisconsin for the Twin Cities' airport as they plan to fly to Transylvania for their honeymoon. However, while waiting for their plane to take off, Garnet sees a frost giant sitting on the wing. Her efforts to warn authorities lead to the pair removed from the jet while Homeland Security looks at them like their crazy and perhaps dangerous. Garnet suggests they stay in Minneapolis-St. Paul where his wife once lived. She reluctantly agrees although she left town in a hurry after stealing the boyfriend of her BFF; that guy still has her love spell haunting him. Garnet is abducted while an anti-vampire group stakes out Sebastian. This is a honeymoon in separate hells. The key to this superb urban fantasy is Garnet's transgressions as a youthful witch makes the heroine and, by extrapolation as the prime player of the Hallaway mythos, this book feel plausible. As her past catches up with her Sebastian has his own woes. With a great twist to the ending, fans of the saga (see Dead If I Do, Romancing the Dead, Tall, Dark & Dead and Dead Sexy) will relish Honeymoon of the Dead, forlorn and forgotten. Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What is up. One of the things that I liked about the series was the covers. I do not like the new cover art. Very disappointed. :-(