Charley Davidson—part-time private investigator and full-time Grim Reaper—returns in the New York Times bestseller, Sixth Grave on the Edge by Darynda Jones.
Sometimes I wrestle my demons. Sometimes we just snuggle.—Bumper Sticker
Most girls might think twice before getting engaged to someone like Reyes Farrow—but Charley Davidson is not most girls. She's a paranormal private eye and grim reaper-in-training who's known to be a bit of a hell-raiser, especially after a few shots of caffeine. Her beloved Reyes may be the only begotten son of evil, but he's dark and sultry and deeply sexy and everything Charley could hope for. Really.
But when the FBI file on Reyes' childhood happens to land into her lap, she can't help herself: She opens it...and then the real fun begins. First, Charley finds a naked corpse riding shotgun in her car. Then, a man loses his soul in a card game. Throw in a Deaf boy who sees dead people, a woman running from mobsters, and a very suspicious Reyes, and things can't get any worse for Charley. Unless, of course, the Twelve Beasts of Hell are unleashed…
Darynda Jones does it again! This book is adorable, funny, charming and a real page turner. If you liked the other Charley Davidson books this one will not disappoint. Only complaint is not enough steamy Reyes and Charley scenes! Don't get me wrong there are plenty, but more please!
Could NOT put this book down! Can't wait for the next one.
Has lost some of it's charm. Too many loose ends not addressed. For example, the father was a big concern at the beginning and then never mentioned again. Mr. Wong was being developed then dropped, to name a few. Not really explained how Reyes came back to life. It's the end of the line for me.