Handsome and haunted, he's a reaper who prefers to work alone. But Fate has other plans for him and the sassy secret agent who shot him in another life—if their pasts don't catch up with them first.
Dmitri Stavitsky has never played well with others—a Soviet KGB spy in life turned reaper after death, his work of bringing souls to the other side is best done alone. But orders from the top soon place him alongside fellow reaper Gwen Peterson, the American counter intelligence agent who took his life so many years ago. Now, as a ghost from Gwen's past resurfaces with the power to steal reapers' souls, the two have no choice but to set aside their differences and apprehend the rogue together. But their cross-country mission soon ignites feelings Dmitri thought he was no longer capable of—for the woman who helped destroy him. With an ancient force and a small army against them, he'll have to let go of old grudges or risk his future with Gwen. . .as Fate hangs dangerously in the balance.
Praise for Lori Sjoberg's Grave Intentions
"A highly enjoyable, intelligently written story."
About the author
Lori Sjoberg grew up on a steady diet of science fiction and fantasy. It fed her imagination, which came in handy when she needed a creative excuse for being out past curfew. After graduating from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Lori worked for nearly a decade in retail management, then switched to financial planning, and then insurance. The writing bug bit a few years later. Now she exercises the analytical half of her brain at work and the creative half writing paranormal romance. When she’s not doing either of those, she’s usually spending time with her husband and four-legged children. A member of the Romance Writers of America and Central Florida Romance Writers, Lori can be found online at lorisjoberg.com or facebook.com/AuthorLoriSjoberg.
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