Fan of Keri Arthur, Charlene Harris, PC Cast and Sherrilyn Kenyon . This book is for you.
Hot Angels, dysfunctional demons, confused Werewolves, Snobby Witches and angry Fairies. What more do you need in a book? Supernatural Romance with an edge, a pinch of humour and a lot of drama that will make you laugh and cry. Bram Stoker meets Milton's Paradise Lost.
Being supernatural is not all its cracked up to be
I am half angel who is wanted dead at all costs. I am only safe in my little town where Otherworldly beings come to live as humans. The problem is that I should never be born and I am in the way of a young boy become the greatest man to ever walk the planet. So I must die. All I have on my side is the love of my town and one angel called Micka, but is that enough to save us?
I was born and bred in the Yorkshire market town of Selby, which is lucky enough to have an historic abbey church at its centre, also being a 30 minute car drive to famous York, I use every bit of that history to create new worlds. My degree is in History and English Lit, but my leaning is towards history. I have a fascination with the Tudors and I’ve been told by a University tutor, I have an unhealthy liking for Henry VIII. That said my area of expertise study wise is Matthew Hopkins and the so called witches of the 1600’s. Books have been a part of my life as far back as I can remember and I count Stephen King, James Herbert and the Brothers Grimms as my literary heroes. I have a fondness for the macabre and a weakness for the antagonist of any story. By day, I work in a public library and by night or days off, I am hitting the keys of my lovely blue laptop. Amongst all that I am a mother of a very mature teenager, who acts older than I am and has an uncanny ability to talk to animals. We all live together in a Victorian terrace with one depressive cat, another dumber cat and two ghosts who make themselves known by smoking woodbines every now and then.
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic read 29 April 2012
By Ms. L. C. Robertson
Micka and Me is a fantastic read, I could not put the book down and read the whole book on a nice lazy Sunday! I just can't wait to read the next book! I love the way the book is laid out and with every turn of the book I look forward to how the story will unfold. If you like all things super natural then this book is a perfect read with a bit of everything in! I recommend this book to all.
Micka And Me, 13 April 2012
This review is from: Micka And Me (Paperback)
This book is a damn good read. The original blog format was good but this gives you more background that makes the story fuller and more satisfying. For fans of supernatural fiction its a must