An Unexpected Sequel

An Unexpected Sequel

by Heather Silvio

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Mid-Season Premiere of the Paranormal Talent Agency

Five years ago, a desperate witch made a pact with a demon. Now Robin Landon, the owner of Landon Talent Agency, splits her time between managing the actors she represents and laboring as a demon's minion.

When Robin refuses the demon's order to kill Jackson McKee, a witch with a day job as a camera operator, she must balance her growing feelings for the intended target and evading the vengeful demon's wrath.

Out of options, Robin turns to her former nemeses with the Paranormal Talent Agency. Will their daring plan save Jackson from the demon, or will Robin lose both her chance at love and her life?

Short & Sweet Paranormal Romance with Supernatural Suspense

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161398357
Publisher: Panther Books
Publication date: 05/12/2019
Series: Paranormal Talent Agency , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 654,003
File size: 933 KB

About the Author

Heather Silvio has written fiction and nonfiction; she is also an actress and licensed psychologist. When she isn't working, she channels her inner flapper as a 1920s jazz and blues singer. She lives in Las Vegas with her wonderful husband Sidney and their goofy cat Snowball.

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An Unexpected Sequel 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous 4 months ago
Well she’s in trouble now, the demon ( Barbara Knollman), she has made a deal with has asked her to kill someone. Robin just can’t do it so now what. She’ll have to face the consequences but really how bad can it be? This is book four of the Paranormal Talent Agency series and it is a great paranormal cozy mystery. Filled with wonderfully colourful and interesting characters, descriptive narrative, and great dialogue, it certainly keeps you interested. The storyline , while easy to read, is filled with surprises, twists.and turns as they race against time to discover the murderer. This is the first book I read in the series and can’t wait to read more. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
E_A_Walsh 5 months ago
An Unexpected Sequel (Paranormal Talent Agency #4) by Heather Silvio was a fast pace, fun, quirky ride, that had me hooked from start to finish. The fourth book in this wonderful series, we finally get to see the whole deal with Robin, who was first introduced in the first book. This was a great highlight, and it really changes your mind of her, and the shirt story she's had to endure. It also brings to light what Barbara really is, how evil, and what her dark plans have bene all along. In saying all this, I highly suggest reading this series in order, as something big happens in the last book, that not only sets the stage for this one, it sets the stage for what nasty Barbara has planned. Overall this book was the perfect addition. We get old and new characters, and love how this one ties in well with the first book, almost like full circle, but not quite. I'm hoping for more books, because I am addicted to these short but powerful reads. Well written, detailed, and super enjoyable, theres nothing I don't like about this book, or this series. So to end, as to not slip up and spoil anything, I'll leave you with my super high recommendation and my golden stamp of approval. Happy Reading -E.A. Walsh
ScaroletEllis 5 months ago
An Unexpected Sequel (Paranormal Talent Agency, #4) by Heather Silvio is an awesome story that I have read. This is book number four in this awesome series. I highly recommend this story to everyone who loves reading about cozy mysteries and paranormal romances in their stories. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Thebookdevourer 5 months ago
I enjoyed reading this story by Heather Silvio. I have read the previous books in this series and this one is as awesome as they all have been. The story is very compelling and difficult to put down. I highly recommend this series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Kristen Bergh-Lewendon 6 months ago
I love that we get to see the ‘other side’ this time. After watching over the shoulder of Catherine and her PTA crew, it’s fascinating to see what the competition is up to. I had gotten so used to Robin as the enemy. That meant I both loved and hated seeing her as the heroine of this story. I really enjoyed learning more about the witches of Las Vegas. And now I’m looking forward to seeing what’s really going on with their resident demonling. I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book through Booksprout.
EmilyP23 6 months ago
Robin Landon, the founder and owner of Landon Talent Agency, made a deal five years ago with Councilwoman Barbara Knollman, a low-level demon and head of the Las Vegas City Council. Her orders this time, however, were to shut down her agency and “eliminate” someone named Jackson McKee! He was going to be a cameraman on “Forbidden Island”, so Robin used that information to suggest keeping her agency open since she would then have a reason to be on set. Barbara grudgingly agreed to keep the agency open but would tell her nothing more about the victim other than that he was a human with abilities. She had one week to kill him. Wanting to meet the man she was supposed to kill, Robin went to the “Forbidden Island” set. For some reason, she was drawn to Jack. Just looking at him gave her a jolt of desire! Before she chickened out, she invited him to lunch the next day, though she wasn’t sure why. She enjoyed herself and he invited her to dinner. She went back to Barbara to against ask why she wanted him killed. Regardless of the answer, which she didn’t get anyway, she told Barbara she would not kill Jackson. As they walked across the parking lot to the restaurant, Jackson suddenly tensed and pushed her down, covering her body with his. A glowing light shimmered around them and as the light fixture in the parking lot exploded and fell toward them, everything bounced off harmlessly! They should have been killed but were unharmed! They went back to her house and he admitted he was a witch with protection magic. He had felt the attack coming but wasn’t sure which of them was the target. Since he revealed that he had felt his magic was needed to protect her when he first met her, she was upset to conclude his interest in her was apparently not romantic after all. Hurt, she hustled him out of her house and didn’t tell him about Barbara wanting him killed. Now maybe both of them are being hunted? She was going to need help against the black magic. To save Jackson and herself, Robin feels she has to put aside her pride and go to Catherine Rodham from the Paranormal Talent Agency for help. Catherine, Mia, Evie, and Robin met so she could tell them what was going on. By the end of the conversation, they put aside their differences and were on-board with helping her. Part of the plan was telling Barbara she changed her mind and would kill Jackson. But despite this, Barbara said she was keeping the other assassin as well to be sure the job is carried out. So the danger was still out there and both of them were targeted! Will the Paranormal Talent Agency team be able to save Jackson? Will the Witches Council help Robin to somehow break the pact with Barbara and to unbind her powers? There were only three days left to make this happen! This book was so good! The story line was perfect and moved along at a quick pace. The characters were very well developed and even managed to change before the reader’s eyes as they worked together and developed a new appreciation for each other. The suspense kept the reader motivated to find out who the black magic witch was, with the tension maintained about whether Robin could break the contract with the demon. Don’t miss the excitement of this book! It’s a definite keeper!
Heather Wamboldt 6 months ago
This is the first book I have read in the Paranormal Talent Agency series and I absolutely loved it. Suspense, murder, humour, and romance combine to make a great read. The characters are a lot of fun, at least the good ones are, the evil ones, not so much. There are lots of twists and turns in this book, which I always enjoy. The author has such good descriptions that you can see them in your mind, always a plus for me. I will have to now catch up on the rest of the series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
SaraOxo 6 months ago
An Unexpected Sequel by Heather Silvio a four-star read that will surprise you. This is number four in the Paranormal Talent Agency series; I don’t know if you could read it as stand-alone as I have read them as a series and loved the all as such as they build and develop and cross over. This has been a great series as its funny and quirky and will surprise you as you read it with its with and humour. They are quick reads, but they have enough in them that you aren’t left feeling like you missed something. Robin was a great character and it was nice seeing her again and getting to know her story.
Lisah01 6 months ago
This is a quick read where we get to see all our friends from the past books. This one is focused on Robin. Remember her? She is a minion to a low level demon. She always has done what she has been told. Except this time she doesn’t want to....what will happen to her? This isn’t my first book by this author or in this series. The writing is spot on with her other stories. The characters are good continuations along with a bit of fun. The story flows nicely and it’s fun to find out about secondary characters. Im glad Robin got her story. I always wondered why she became a minion. You can easily read this as a stand alone or start at the beginning of the series for some Paranormal fun.
Debi-Kircher 6 months ago
An Unexpected Sequel (Paranormal Talent Agency Book 4) by Heather Silvio 5 Stars So I love this series and although this one might not have been my favorite so far I still completely enjoyed it. For some reason it didn't have the same feel I've come to love in the other books but the story was just as good and a great continuation. This part featured Robin, the owner of another talent agency who we met in book one when Catherine first came to town and inadvertently became the face of the paranormal talent agency. It was absolutely unexpected when I started reading and realizing this book was Robin's story and it was definitely nice to get to know her a bit better and my dislike for her disappeared quickly, but there is still another player roaming through this series and it will be interesting to get to know her better, I feel like there's a softness underneath it all and I could be completely wrong and the background story that has been looming throughout may or of course may not be a part of her story. I love how this author is handling each one of these characters, I fell pretty quickly for Jackson and am curious how the future will play out for him and Robin and also her talent agency. This is a great series, I love how each book is a quick read making it easier in the future to sit and read the whole series back to back in a short amount of time and I will definitely do that. Can not wait for the next.. Loved it!
Anonymous 7 months ago
This is a fun and quirky paranormal romance/mystery. There is suspense, excitement and sweet romance. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.