My Fair Monster

An Andromeda Spencer Novel

Book 3
Theresa Parker
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 Just when I think things will finally get back to normal…
Stop laughing! I really did think that. 

Thanks to a large dose of electricity, I’m shocking the crap out of everyone and everything, my cat runs from me, and my friends take bets on who can withstand the shocks when I touch them. To make matters worse, I’m stuck working a booth at a local Ren Fair with the Dungeons and Dragons crowd.

But this year, someone is killing off the LARPers—and no magic spell or roll of the dice can bring them back.

So here I am, in hundred-degree heat—in a costume that shows a lot more of me than anyone should see—with electricity I can’t control running through my body. All that and trying to wrangle in the ghosts of the victims—not my idea of a good time.
And when my boyfriend and I are caught in the Dungeon Master’s maze, playing a deadly game may be the only way out.

~Andromeda Spencer
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 Theresa Parker was born in California where she continues to live with her husband and sons. 

Theresa loves anything crafty. But, her greatest passion is writing and she loves to make people laugh. She believes there is no better feeling than putting a smile on someone's face or making them laugh out loud. She knows her books may not change someone's life, but she hopes that they will make people forget their problems for just a little while and lighten their hearts. 

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Publisher
Theresa Parker
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Published on
Jun 15, 2016
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Pages
267
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fantasy / Humorous
Fiction / Fantasy / Paranormal
Fiction / Fantasy / Romantic
Fiction / Ghost
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Amateur Sleuth
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Cozy
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / General
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Women Sleuths
Fiction / Occult & Supernatural
Fiction / Romance / Paranormal / General
Fiction / Thrillers / Supernatural
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