Fifth Grave Past the LightCharley Davidson Series (Volume 5)
Darynda Jones; Read by Lorelei King
Never underestimate the power of a woman
on a double espresso with a mocha latte chaser high.
Charley Davidson isn't your everyday, run-of-the-mill grim reaper. She's more of a paranormal private eye/grim reaper extraordinaire. However, she gets sidetracked when the sexy, sultry son of Satan, Reyes Farrow, moves in next door. To further complicate matters, Reyes is her main suspect in an arson case. Charley has vowed to stay away from him until she can find out the truth…but then dead women start appearing in her apartment, one after another, each lost, confused, and terrified beyond reason. When it becomes apparent that her own sister, Gemma, is the serial killer's next target Charley has no choice but to ask for Reyes' help. Arsonist or not, he's the one man alive who could protect Gemma no matter who or what came at her. But he wants something in return. Charley. All of her, body and soul. And to keep her sister safe, it is a price she is willing to pay.
Charley Davidson is at it again in Fifth Grave Past the Light, the sexy, suspenseful, and laugh-out-loud funny fifth installment of the New York Times bestselling series by Darynda Jones.
Ask me about life after death.—T-SHIRT OFTEN SEEN ON CHARLEY DAVIDSON, A GRIM REAPER OF QUESTIONABLE MORALS
The dead guy at the end of the bar kept trying to buy me a drink. Which figured. No one else was even...
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Praise for Fifth Grave Past the Light
“Lorelei King continues to provide superb narration, adding great depth to the characters.” —Library Journal
“Narrator Lorelei King's inspired interpretation of Jones's characters allows listeners to truly lose themselves in this otherworldly tale. King's delivery is well paced and simple, and her characterizations lend the book an air of believability and immediacy…inspired, realistic, and entertaining, King's performance ability is the perfect medium for Jones's witty and cunning prose.” —Publishers Weekly