With the reluctant help of the Paranormal Talent Agency, a demon’s minion risks her life to save the supernatural being she’s been ordered to kill.
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
This is the fourth book in the Paranormal Talent Agency series. Much like on television, each episode contains a complete sweet paranormal romance and supernatural murder mystery. But the crossover characters and hints of a larger story suggest reading these in order.
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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.
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Loving this series
An Unexpected Sequel (Paranormal Talent Agency Book 4) by Heather Silvio
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!