Excellent series. Contemporary Urban Fantasy In the flavor of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but with more of an edge.
GRAVE ROBBING’S GONE TO HELL
(BOOK 2 IN THE GRAVE ROBBER SERIES)
Angel would do anything to save her friend’s animal rescue. She just didn’t expect to fall into Hell.
Time-jumping psychic Angel Meyers makes a living by traveling to the past to hunt for clients’ lost family treasures.
But this case is personal.
Good friends Gary and the very pregnant Tess, desperately need money to save their animal rescue farm. To help, Angel must find the legendary emerald and diamond jewelry set Gary’s family lost over a century ago
Only on her first trip to the past, Angel discovers dybbuk, Josey Richards, a body and soul stealing monster from Hell, has the jewels in her clasp.
What sucks more is Gary’s ancestor, the besotted fool, gave Josey the jewels and as he did, he unknowingly also handed her his soul.
Suck or not, Angel knows two things.
GRAVE ROBBER FOR HIRE
(BOOK 1 IN THE GRAVE ROBBER SERIES)
FUN SEXY URBAN FANTASY ON THE SUPERNATURAL DARK SIDE.
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BACK COVER BLURB:
Except for Viggo, my Guardian Angel, and my psychic gift to time-travel into the past, I always considered myself normal. My normal now…yeah, that’s a different story.
Angel Meyers can time-travel to the past by touching handwriting. She uses her gift to make a living and to support her animal rescue and cheesecake habit.
She’s thrilled when she’s hired to find a long-lost Rembrandt. Finding a Rembrandt would earn her enough to buy her the much dreamed of 200-acre farm. The one she wants so she can rescue more animals. With her love of animals in mind, she’s determined to find the missing painting no matter the consequences.
But right from the very first time jump, she finds a problem. A problem she should have seen as an omen for the entire case and run. The long dead Clyde Owen Jones, the Rembrandt’s previous owner, is evil personified.
But there’s worse than Clyde. There’s Josey, Clyde’s lover one hundred and fifty years ago. She’s alive now and some sort of demon from the fires of Hell itself.
And Josey for some reason craves the Rembrandt enough to kill for the painting.
With Viggo, her guardian angel, and Tyreal, a Private Investigator too hot not hire, at her side, Angel steps into her tough girl boots, and together they step into the supernatural world of evil curses and power greedy demons, to hunt for the Rembrandt.
Of course, to earn her fee she must not only find the Rembrandt, she also must survive, keep her soul, and discover why when she’s pissed she has wings of gold light.
What does Angel’s serial killer prison escapee twin-brother have to do with Josey?
And why did Tyreal feel the urge help Angel the first time he saw her?