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Playing with Darkness: Book 3.5 (Sensor Series)
     

Playing with Darkness: Book 3.5 (Sensor Series)

by Susan Illene
 
*THIS NOVELLA IS INTENDED TO BE READ AFTER BOOK 3 OF THE SENSOR SERIES*

Summary:

There�s no avoiding it. Melena must keep her promise to return the fae device that opens the portal to Purgatory. Except there�s one problem�Kerbasi. How can she go when she has one of heaven�s minions practically attached to her hip? One who will strike fear in the

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*THIS NOVELLA IS INTENDED TO BE READ AFTER BOOK 3 OF THE SENSOR SERIES*

Summary:

There�s no avoiding it. Melena must keep her promise to return the fae device that opens the portal to Purgatory. Except there�s one problem�Kerbasi. How can she go when she has one of heaven�s minions practically attached to her hip? One who will strike fear in the hearts of the fae the moment they realize who he is.

When her shape-shifter cat suddenly gets sick, she can�t delay the trip any longer. Only the fae can help get Sable healthy again. And if Kerbasi tries to cause any trouble while they are there, she�ll just have to find creative ways to keep him in line.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940149529971
Publisher:
Susan Alrawi
Publication date:
05/31/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
192,617
File size:
122 KB

Meet the Author

Instead of making the traditional post high school move and attending college, Susan joined the U.S. Army. She spent her eighteenth birthday in the gas chamber...an experience she is sure is best left for criminals. For eleven years she served first as a human resources specialist and later as an Arabic linguist (mostly in Airborne units). Though all her duty assignments were stateside, she did make two deployments to Iraq where her language skills were put to regular use.

After leaving the service in 2009, Susan returned to school at the University of Oklahoma to study history with a focus on the Middle East. She no longer finds many opportunities to test her fighting abilities in real life, unless her husband is demanding she cook him a real meal, but she's found a new outlet in writing urban fantasy heroines who can.

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