By Rachel Caine
"Jasmine ""Jazz"" Callender is at the downhill slide to break. as soon as a embellished murder detective, she's misplaced all of it: her former partner's been convicted of homicide, she's been cashiered out, and she's ingesting away what little self-respect she's bought left. yet Jazz has a expertise for difficulty, and an individual is familiar with it. whilst a mysterious, horny stranger comes searching for her with a fateful crimson envelope in his hand, she's approximately to make the deal of her lifestyles ... for stable or undesirable. The deal calls for her to go into right into a partnership with a stranger and examine instances that arrive in distinctive pink envelopes ... that is strange sufficient, yet will get more strange as she and her new associate Lucia detect that they're operating for somebody with supernatural talents. and perhaps they don't seem to be at the facet of the angels anymore. "
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Not all of them,” Lucia murmured, and ran her finger down the list to stop on one name. Gregory Valentin Ivanovich. “I know this one. ” “Spy,” she said absently. “Once upon a time. He‟s in security these days. Or that‟s the euphemism for it. Actually, I think he more or less works for the highest bidder…. ” Jazz felt her eyebrows quirk again. “Seems to be a lot. ” “Both,” Lucia said, and ran her fingertip over the name again, as if it was a bar code she could scan. “Although you mix those together often enough you get something that doesn‟t fit the definition of either.
Damn, she enjoyed this stuff. That was probably sick. “You,” Lucia said, as if she‟d read her mind, “need a hobby. Something nonviolent. ” She sounded amused, though. ” “Yeah,” Jazz agreed. ” Walking with Lucia wasn‟t like walking alone. For one thing, Jazz was used to blending in, slumping, avoiding people‟s eyes. McCarthy had always laughed about it, called her a chameleon; he‟d had the traditional cop presence and radiated an implicit threat even when sitting and reading the newspaper. But then, McCarthy hadn‟t worked undercover.
You‟d be the only one, then,” Jazz smiled. The rug was olive green, the furniture a throwback to the worst of the seventies—dull oranges and duller golds, a truly obnoxious plaid that somehow captured all three colors plus a muddy brown for variety. She‟d finished it off with a kitschy velvet painting of a matador and a print of one of Dali‟s lesser works from his conquistador period. “I was being polite,” Lucia said, and ran her fingers over the gold armchair‟s back. “Possibly even sarcastic.
Devil's Bargain (Harlequin Bombshell) by Rachel Caine