When life gives you brownies, make coffee.
Angharad ‘Harry’ Russo has had a busy week. She’s fended off a swarm of pixies, battled blood-thirsty redcaps and put an end to a maniacal Fae prince hell-bent on eradicating the entire werewolf population. She’s also decided to open a coffee shop. Is it too much to ask for things to settle down so her life can go back to normal?
Apparently it is. As if being metaphysically bound to Cian Nash, the most aggravating yet desirable man she’s ever met, isn’t enough, Harry’s just found out that the Magister, the biggest, baddest vampire around, is her father. Talk about your daddy issues!
Harry just wants to concentrate on getting the coffee shop open, but between the freaky ghosts that keep haunting her and rogue vampires terrorizing the city, it looks like normal is a thing of the past.
This is book three of the Harry Russo Diaries. It is a stand-alone adventure with no cliffhanger. Intended for a mature audience.
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The Harry Russo Diaries became one of my hands-down favorite urban fantasy series when I somehow picked up the first book and had to tell my UF fan friends all about it. This third book of the trilogy captured me as much as the previous two and I can say with utter confidence that Lisa Emme's series will stick with me until the end of time. This author and this series are on my must-have list and on my reread list.