She's got a new job running souls for Death. She's corporeally challenged. She's trying to have a dating life. What's a witch to do?
Quinn Devereux is back from the dead, thanks to a deal with Death. It only requires eternal servitude and all. Plus a few pesky issues with semi-corporealness.
As if things aren't complicated enough, someone casts a deadly spell on the high priestess of her former coven, and Quinn's called in to find the killer. It's been decades since she left the coven, and her departure doesn't exactly evoke fond memories.
She's got to come to terms with her past while also starting her training to escort souls for Death, and unfortunately there's not a charm in her grimoire for that kind of thing. Add in a government group that hunts supernaturals and a reunion with the warlock who broke her heart, and you've got a whole cauldron of chaos on your hands.
And she thought dating was hard before.
A must-read for fans of the Zyan Star series! Featuring Quinn, Zyan’s best friend, this series takes place after the events of the first five Zyan books, and before the sixth Zyan book (yet to be released). A super sexy urban fantasy with a heavy helping of romance, mystery, and witchy shenanigans.
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Zyan Star Series Reading Order
Martinis with the Devil (Book 1)
Whiskey and Angelfire (Book 2)
Vengeance and Vermouth (Book 3)
Black Magic and Mojitos (prequel novelette/Book 4)
Sorcery and Sidecars (origin story novella/Book 5)
The Quinn Chronicles (A spin-off series)
Death and Dating (Book 1)
Death and Promises (Book 2)
Death and Eternity (Book 3)
Zyan Star Book 6 coming soon
“An amazingly fun first book in this paranormal series.” Goodreads Reviewer
“Absolutely loved reading this book…You can’t help but to fall in love with the characters and laugh and cry right along with them.” Goodreads Reviewer
“This is a great series of books. Started with the Zyan Star books, then on to these. Hard to stop!” Goodreads Reviewer
“Full of adventure and twists and turns. It's one you don't want to miss. I can't wait for the next book.” Goodreads Reviewer