From New York Times And USA Today Bestselling Urban Fantasy Romance Author, HP Mallory, Comes The Lily Harper Series!
“H.P. Mallory has a quick wit, a fresh voice, and a clever way with words. If you like Charlaine Harris, you’ll love H.P. Mallory!” ~ Larissa Ione, New York Times Bestselling Author
THE UNDERGROUND CITY is the second book in the Lily Harper urban fantasy series. The first book is BETTER OFF DEAD!
The Underground City:
Abandon Hope, All Ye Who Enter Here…
Lily Harper narrowly survived her first mission as a Soul Retriever in the first level of the Underground City. After that harrowing trip, she wants nothing more than some down-time, but as with most things involving the afterlife, nothing ever quite works out the way Lily wants it to.
Her newest mission will see her traveling to the sewer aqueduct of the Underground City and later, the prison. But, luckily for Lily, she’s got the hunky yet antisocial bladesmith, Tallis Black, by her side. And quite possibly unluckily for her, she’s also got her guardian angel, Bill, who’s up to his old, foul-mouthed antics.
Between learning how to wield her sword, personal training with a hot-headed demon, traveling to the Underground City not one but two times and discovering that the leader of the Underground City harbors a curious fascination with her, Lily’s hope was abandoned a long time ago.
Just wish there was more romance.. touch more intimate parts.. they are adults in this book so it would b safe. 😃 amazing book though..
Awesome Read but...
Too darn short! First, i want to say that i love this series so far... However i wish that they were longer... I mean it feels rushed at times and for the first 50 or so pages of the book it is just explaining what transpired in the last one and continues to remind you here and there throughout the rest of the book. Secondly, I am a stay at home mom and so on only one income i really have to be choosey when it comes to reading series that cost money- personally since many book readers can read a 200 pg book in one night i think it should cost less- however the few redeeming qualities of these books make me want to continue reading them. I just hope HP decides to lengthen them in the future. Funny book with awesome concept.