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I'm on top of the world. The Vatican witch hunters think I'm dead, the FBI has closed my file, I might get to buy the occult bookstore I manage, I'm cofounding a brand-new coven - and the vampire I love has just proposed. How lucky can a girl get? Wait...

Oh, drat. I've jinxed myself. My fiance, Sebastian, is missing and I'm worried sick. Has he been kidnapped? Or could he have run off with that leggy blonde from the coven? Now I'll have to seek the help of my future stepson - the same brat who once turned me over to the witch hunters, all for a pimped-out Jag. Plus, the Goddess Lilith, who camps out in my body, has been making embarrassing appearances. Now, all I need is some crazy shape-shifting killer on my tail. Hold on...

Double drat.

I'm on top of the world. The Vatican witch hunters think I'm dead, the FBI has closed my file, I might get to buy the occult bookstore I manage, I'm cofounding a brand-new coven - and the vampire I love has just proposed. How lucky can a girl get? Wait...Oh, drat. I've jinxed myself. My fiance, Sebastian, is missing and I'm worried sick. Has he been kidnapped? Or could he have run off with that leggy blonde from the coven? Now I'll have to seek the help of my future stepson - the same brat who once turned me over to the witch hunters, all for a pimped-out Jag. Plus, the Goddess Lilith, who camps out in my body, has been making embarrassing appearances. Now, all I need is some crazy shape-shifting killer on my tail. Hold on...Double drat.

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  • PDF | 292 pages
  • Berkley Books (2008)
  • English
  • 8
  • Literature & Fiction

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  • By Lori Hanson on June 11, 2015

    Definitely not predictable. There's a lot happening so I listened to this one twice through. (I should point out here that most of the books I buy, I get the Kindle and Audible versions so I can switch back and forth if necessary.) Well-written as usual. There wasn't as much romance in this one as the other books in this series, but that was the way the story went. TH seems to let the story determine the sex scenes and the stories are always good! Gratuitous sex scenes don't usually make for a better read, so well done.

  • By Cherise Everhard on May 14, 2008

    Garnet Lacey, a witch, is thinking her life might be returning to relative normalcy now that the Vatican witch hunters and FBI think she is dead. Sure, normal for Garnet isn't your everyday normal... Garnet normal simply means she's starting a new coven and she'll continue practicing magic with the Goddess Lilith camped out in her belly. She's getting engaged to her Vampire boyfriend and possibly moving into his haunted farm house. Garnet is contemplating all this and much more when her Vampire boyfriend, Sebastian, goes missing.Suddenly Garnet's life changes and contemplations get put on hold as she sets out to find out what happened to her man. Adding to the complications is the mysterious stranger, Micah. Coming to her aid is Matyas, Sebastian's son and former co-conspirator with the Vatican. This character has a lot of depth and I like what Ms. Hallaway did with his person, she made him intriguing and he added a lot of humor to this story.Like the previous books in this series, there is no shortage of the magical and supernatural realm. When Garnet forms a circle and practices her magic you can almost feel her power on the pages. Garnet is a smart and sexy heroine, she is strong in her magic and in her convictions, yet she has no trouble showing her very real and sweet softer side. That makes her extremely tangible and these books incredibly lifelike.Mixed in with plenty of sex, magic, humor and bloodsucking is an ample amount of mystery as more than one force seems out to get Garnet and Sebastian. This was an extremely fun and fast paced novel. The usual suspects reappear as the ultra unique and ever entertaining supporting cast. This is a series that I am happily addicted to and I am eagerly waiting for Ms. Hallaway to supply my next fix.Tall, Dark & Dead (Garnet Lacey, Book 1)Dead Sexy (Garnet Lacey, Book 2)Cherise Everhard, May 2008

  • By T. G. Gutheil on July 17, 2014

    Another in this series of a modern witch encountering vamps, zombies and others of the undead while trying to sort out her love life, her job and other burdens.

  • By Jamie E. Mann on July 1, 2008

    Romancing the Dead is a welcome addition to Tate Hallaway's Garnet adventures. The heroine, Garnet Lacey is a quirky likeable witch who happens to be a vessel for the goddess Lilith. Her super sexy vampire fiancé goes missing while they are in the process of forming a new coven. Garnet doesn't know if Sebastian is in trouble, or if he just has a case of cold feet. While trying to figure this out, Garnet discovers that someone is trying to kill her and steal her goddess. She finds that her future step son Matyas, is back in town and looking to reconnect with his father who he betrayed. Matyas becomes an unlikely ally in Garnet's search for Sebastian and the truth.I enjoyed reading this book and recommend it to anyone who enjoys magic, mystery, and of course love.

  • By Guest on April 28, 2016

    Nice

  • By Tara Hill on June 6, 2014

    awesome book..I'm not going to do what everyone else does and give a rundown of the whole book. it's great,read it,see for yourself...

  • By K. Schweiss on November 25, 2009

    I would give this product better stars but it wasn't anything "substantial." As a romance it's average. Action it's average. That all being said. I really enjoyed the whole series. I would recommend it for sure, just don't expect anything Magnificent. Easy read and i liked the characters. I hated it when i started but it grew on me. cheesy, yes but not enough to stop you from reading. Let's just say, if you start it with an open mind, you will at least enjoy it (even if you don't admit it). I don't think it's a book you will rave to your friends about


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