With no idea whom to trust, Ani knows it's up to her and Nik to uncover the corruption in the temple.
As a trainee priestess, Ani's life has been far from boring, and now she has to face the fact that her superiors are ignoring missing bodies.
Despite the changing nature of her relationship with Nik, she knows working with him is the only way she's going to get to the bottom of the mysterious disappearances of the dead, and put a stop to them before the wrong person finds out.
Ani has decisions to make, and they're not getting any easier. At least she has her trusty sacred jackal by her side to help.
Novice Of The Afterlife is book 3 in the Apprentice Of Anubis, an urban fantasy series based on Egyptian mythology and featuring a slow-burn friends-to-lovers workplace romantic subplot, a jackal familiar, and the duties of an embalmer.
If you love Egyptian mythology, alternative versions of the modern day, temple politics, slow-burn workplace romance, and a world where the gods are real, then start the Apprentice Of Anubis series today with Apprentice Of The Dead.
Next in the series - book 3
Next in the series where bodies continue to turn up missing but only to reappear without their original amulets. So that mystery remains. Ani concludes her Blessed training which is uneventful. She severs her arrangement with Prince Ramesses, which is interesting. The first year have reached to become ordained priests. The most significant is Nik and Ani’s slow burn romance. Although uneventful overall, the story continues.
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The crime solving duo are at it again. It’s pretty tame this time but still interesting. Ani has to make a decision about how she feels about the two men in her life. They get some much needed advice about how to handle the current mystery but it’s something that might burn some bridges.
Great clean slow burn romance! Nik and Ani are still embroiled in the mess happening at the temple. Relationships are made and broken. Lots of ups n downs and graduation from their 1st year! A little grief but lots of happiness in this book! Looking forward to the next chapter in this story!
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