In the Midnight Hour
Ryne Frasier is a trouble shooter for a society of magic users, protecting humans by fighting those who've turned to black magic. And for six years, She's been hunting her former mentor, Anise, but has yet to succeed. Deke Summers is a private investigator who's been imprisoned inside a cartoon character for the past four and half years. Ryne feels that he's the key to defeating her mentor, but when she rescues him from his spell, she learns that his memory is faulty and that he has no idea who Anise is. Together, they must uncover what the connection is between Deke and her mentor, and the more time Ryne spends with deke, the more she realizes that she wants him as more than just an allay in her search...
- Paperback | 320 pages
- 106.68 x 167.64 x 22.86mm | 136.08g
- 05 Aug 2007
- St Martin's Press
- Tor Books
- New York, United States
"Patti O'Shea is a voice and talent to be reckoned with. "In the Midnight Hour" is gripping and wonderful, everything a paranormal should be." -- Sherrilyn Kenyon ""Through a Crimson Veil "is a thrilling and imaginative paranormal fantasy."-- "ParaNormal Romance Writers" "Fabulous action sequences, an engaging and believable romance, and some of the most well-written lovemaking scenes of the year make [this book] terrific escapist reading."-- "Booklist" on "The Power of Two"" ""Make sure to fasten your seatbelt for this wild ride!"-- "Romantic Times BOOKReviews" on" The Power of Two" "Suzanne Brockmann crossed with Lois McMaster Bujold . "Ravyn's Flight" raises the ante.""-- New York Times" bestselling author Susan Grant"
About Patti O'Shea
Born with a need to see everything, Patti O'Shea has traveled to far off and exotic places like Papua New Guinea, Fanning Island, and the Yukon Territory in Canada. She currently lives in Minnesota, where she works for Northwest Airlines.