How do you send a killer to the grave when heâ€™s already
Having narrowly averted an (under)World War, Cat Crawfield
wants nothing more than a little downtime with her vampire
husband, Bones. Unfortunately, her gift from New Orleansâ€™s
voodoo queen just keeps on givingâ€”leading to a personal
favor that sends them into battle once again, this time
against a villainous spirit.
Centuries ago, Heinrich Kramer was a witch hunter. Now,
every All Hallows Eve, he takes physical form to torture
innocent women before burning them alive. This year,
however, a determined Cat and Bones must risk all to send
him back to the other side of eternityâ€”forever. But one
wrong step and theyâ€™ll be digging their own graves.
Cat and Bones are so sizzly because they were meant to be together. Like a nomad wadering the desert in search of water, that is the type of heat they generate, and the amount of lust they generate for each other. They would go to the ends of the earth for each other, even though at times they pretend that they won't, especially Cat. When you add it up to being in New Orleans, that adds the scare factor to the story, as well as the added magic. It's a little hard to put into words, but it's the best idea I can come up with. The other thing I could tell you about is my Mother coming back from the "other side" to let us know that she's all right, paing us a visit, and playing little pranks on us every now and then. It's not scary, but it is funny!! Have a Happy Halloween!! (Peggy Roberson 2:19pm October 6, 2011)
Your book sounds phenomenal with Cat Crawfield and her vampire husband, Bones. I haven't read your series of six books yet, but am adding them to my TBR list! My favorite or best Halloween story was when my son was a young teenager he constructed a scarey graveyard in our front courtyard of our home with several gravestones he made and added clever sayings onto, along with the creepy tree, etc. He dressed up in the full Dracula costume, with fangs, blood drips from the corner of his mouth, his dark hair slicked back, and looked like the vampire from a horror movie. All went well, he handed out candy to those who dared come near him after he came from behind the tree and dropped the corner of the cape he held from across his face, until a mother knocked and expressed she didn't like that her children were so-o-oo scared! I apologized, and told her most children do know that on Halloween many scarey and creepy things are out there and maybe she should go to the doors with them then. My son and I had to laugh about the fact that he looked a little "too real". (Linda Luinstra 5:41pm October 6, 2011)
Scariest story,I went to vist my brother and my nephew was showing me around the new house ,they were renting. I went to look at the basement and when I open the basement's door,I just froze in my tracks. At the bottom of the stairs was a ghost ,a young man,and he was smiling up at me. He then said "I've been waiting for you." "I dare you to come down." I just said ,"I don't think so." And closed the door,I turned to my sister-in-law and said. "Cheryl you have a ghost in the basement." That's something I never thought I would say to anyone. Cheryl wasn't surprised ,there were other things going on there. It makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up. (Deb Pelletier 9:37pm October 6, 2011)