Detective Molly Beck is hot on the trail of a Succubus Serial killer who is terrorizing Sedona, Arizona and leaving a trail of dead human men--or at least part of them. So she's pissed when her captain pairs her with a human partner who has a prejudice against anything supernatural. After punching his last boss in the mouth, Detective Mitch Guthrie is transferred to what hDetective Molly Beck is hot on the trail of a Succubus Serial killer who is terrorizing Sedona, Arizona and leaving a trail of dead human men--or at least part of them. So she's pissed when her captain pairs her with a human partner who has a prejudice against anything supernatural. After punching his last boss in the mouth, Detective Mitch Guthrie is transferred to what he considers the worst position available for a cop-the SPOOK Squad (Special Paranormal Operations & Otherworldly Contact.) Now he-s neck deep in every supernatural beastie he can imagine-his worst nightmare since his father was killed by one. But his new partner, a kick-butt succubus who is also smart, determined and beautiful, is beginning to make him rethink his past prejudices. Can these two put aside their differences long enough to solve the case, and to possibly see more in each other than they first thought?...
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||164 Pages|
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vortex blues Reviews
Police cop Mitch's ability to sense the paranormal has gotten him kicked out of his old job, so he has little choice but to accept a new job with the SPOOK squad as the sole human in an agency staffed by paranormals. And even though Mitch has good reason to hate paranormals and even though his first case - hunting a succubus serial killer - is going to remind him of all of those reasons, some how around his sexy succubus partner Molly those reasons just don't seem to matter.This story has good bones an interesting idea and a good potential conflict between Mitch and his partner but this story is really short, so there just isn't time fore much development or depth - but we do get a sex scene and a forever love in just three elapse hours. The beginning of the story put me off a bit- since it starts straight off with a FU and there is a fair amount 'man part' references in the first few pages - succubuses (succubi?) are very fond of them. I can handle some language (F bombs and male body parts don't bug me much) but too much seems just like a lazy way of making characters edgy, still it was free so I stuck it out and about of a third of the way through the favorite word switched to 'lava', so I made it through. And for what Vortex Blues was - a light short free read - it ended up being pretty good, and I am thinking that if it had been longer with lots more sex it might not have worked for me anyway since I am not really an erotic reader and Tina Gerow also writes erotic romances for Aphrodisia as Cassie Ryan. And now I have my 'V' title for my 2012 A-Z reading challenge:)