Kissin' Hell

Jodi Redford
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 A That Old Black Magic crossover story

There are two certainties in life soul collector and hellhound Jericho Stryker knows too well—Death never takes a holiday, and women are typically more trouble than they’re worth. That goes double for his personal nemesis and regular pain in his backside, Lola McKenna. Sure, the luscious little hellcat gets his blood boiling in more ways than one, but some scratches are best left un-itched. That determination is strained to the max when a botched soul acquisition job lands him on the same case as Lola.

Fetching a stubborn soul from a haunted bordello should be a piece of cake. Unfortunately for Lola, she has to deal with Jericho horning in on her bounty. Attempting to keep her cool and her wits around her sinfully sexy adversary? Easier said than done. Especially when she finds herself locked overnight with Jericho. Not strangling him before sunrise? A faint possibility. Ignoring the lusty, depraved sexual fantasies he awakens in her? A snowball’s chance in hell of happening. But worst of all is the very real possibility that he could steal the one thing she most fears losing to him—her heart. 

Warning: This book contains bad dog jokes, matchmaking ghosts, and two stubborn bounty hunters.

More in the That Old Black Magic series:

That Voodoo You Do

The Seven Year Witch

Maximum Witch

Getting Familiar With Your Demon

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About the author

At the ripe age of seven, Jodi Redford penned her first epic, complete with stick figure illustrations. Sadly, her drawing skills haven't improved much, but her love of fantasy worlds never went away. These days she writes about fairies, ghosts, and other supernatural creatures, only with considerably more heat.

She has won numerous writing awards, including The Golden Pen and Launching a Star.

When not writing or working the day job, she enjoys gardening and way too many reality television shows.

Currently residing in Michigan with her husband and overgrown lapdog, she is a member of RWA national and Greater Detroit Romance Writers of America.

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Jodi Redford
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Pages
68
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ISBN
9781310746796
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Holidays
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
Fiction / Romance / General
Fiction / Romance / Paranormal
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  "Why am I dreaming
this dream over and over, said Johnny. Haven't I always been a good boy."Johnny
didn't like living in his father's castle because of the horrid past of torture
chambers that claimed so many of the townspeople. The Wellington's who lived
for hundreds of years in the castle before Johnny were a very greedy Royal
family who liked to throw big Ballroom parties especially masquerade
parties.  Sir Jonathan Wellington the owner of the castle would make sure
everyone at the party had plenty to drink and a good time such as dancing and
loud music to cover up the screams down in his chamber of horrors, because he
didn't want anyone at the party to suspect a thing.  


Sir Jonathan Wellington was very proud of his
torture chamber and liked to brag about it to his guests at the party.  
Sir Jonathan would carefully pick out who he wanted to show his torture chamber
to. Usually, loners were not much fun to be around. Sir Jonathan would put a
mild sedative in their drink just before he would lead them down to the chamber
never to return again.



Sir Jonathan's chamber of horrors went on for many
years until Sir Jonathan got a little sloppy with his choices of his victims.
  When the two victims that were led down to the chamber of horrors,
pretended to drink their drinks, over powered Sir Jonathan and put him on one
of his own torture devices,” The Rack" stretched Sir Jonathan's body till
it was completely torn apart. Nobody knows how many victims there were, but
there were enough to make Sir Jonathan a serial killer in those days even
though this term wasn't used back in those days.  Sir Jonathan's chamber
of horrors could be the reason for all of the haunting surrounding the Castle
Wellington.



 Johnny's
father would tell him bedtime stories about the castle which would cause him to
have nightmares, but for some reason Johnny would only have one dream and that
would be being buried alive in the garden.  
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