One Stiletto in the Grave(Reapers in Heels #1) [NOOK Book]

Overview

When a dead soul goes renegade you call a grim reaper. And when you?re in Century City, you call the Graves sisters.

Avery and Brooke Graves are two of the best reapers in town. For them, hunting down a renegade dead soul is easy, hunting for a good man, however, is a whole ?nother challenge.

Brooke?s ex-boyfriend is back in her life and the heat between them is quickly ...

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One Stiletto in the Grave(Reapers in Heels #1)

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Overview

When a dead soul goes renegade you call a grim reaper. And when you’re in Century City, you call the Graves sisters.

Avery and Brooke Graves are two of the best reapers in town. For them, hunting down a renegade dead soul is easy, hunting for a good man, however, is a whole ‘nother challenge.

Brooke’s ex-boyfriend is back in her life and the heat between them is quickly turning up.

After what was supposed to be a simple double homicide at the Kirkland Motel the Graves sisters end up with more than they bargained for.

With love on the rocks and souls on the run, it’s just another day for these reapers in heels.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045581240
  • Publisher: Jason Krumbine
  • Publication date: 12/2/2011
  • Series: Reapers in Heels , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,104,321
  • File size: 359 KB

Meet the Author

Jason Krumbine loves to write! He’s happily married and lives in Manhattan, NY where he enjoys reading in Central Park, going to movies and discovering new stand-up comedians. You can connect with Jason at either his website, jasonkrumbine.com, Facebook, Twitter (@jasonkrumbine) or good ole’ fashion email onestrayword@gmail.com. He’s always up for a talk about the newest Star Trek movie or what’s happening in the world of comic books and TV.
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  • Posted May 15, 2012

    Avery and Brooke Graves are Grim Reapers, searching for stray so

    Avery and Brooke Graves are Grim Reapers, searching for stray souls to deliver to the afterlife. Not a typical job for two pretty, shoe-loving girls, but hey, it (almost) pays the bills. In this first book, they have to search all over Century City to track down two souls, getting into all kinds of trouble while trying to do their job. Avery is the business minded sister and Brooke is the, well, umm, "loose" sister. One of my favorite things about a Jason Krumbine book is that it is filled with sarcasm and great banter between the characters, and these two sisters go at it throughout the book. There is great chemistry between the two and I found myself laughing and smiling at their conversations throughout the entire book. If you don't like sarcasm, you won't like this; if you don't like women playing loose and easy, you won't like this; but if you are ready for some light, fun reading, Avery and Brooke make for an entertaining read.

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