Currently not available to buy – This title will be re-released on the 7th October 2015 as a volume including The Case of the Cupid Curse
Naiads, humans, sirens and a challenge for Alpha make up the intricate story in the race to rescue the missing children.
Sam and Bob have more than just the case of one lost child to handle. Not only is Shelby Hartman missing, but other paranormal children have disappeared. The race to rescue the children is hampered by naiads, humans, sirens and a challenge for Alpha.
Hartman Hunter is desperate to find his daughter. He turns to the demon Danjal Naamah for help. The problem is that Danjal is the only person Hartman has ever loved—the man he let go for the sake of the pack…
“….Once again, the two authors have done an amazing job of blending their
writing. The world created by these two is a very easily imagined; the
paranormal characters are so varied and different from other books and
from the first book in this series. I'm wondering who or what is going
to show up next….”
End Street Detective Agency Series
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Mrs Condit Reads Books – 4.5/5 – “….Bob the Vampire is back! Oh, and so are the rest of the folks at End Street Investigations. But mostly it’s Bob. The vampire. The sexiest undead since Dracula. Oh, Bob. Anyway (truth be told, if Bob was a shifter, I’d be mooning over him…get it? Shifter. Moon. Never mind.) Bob is back along with Sam, the more-than-human (though no one is quite sure what he is yet) investigator he’s in love with. In the first book we met Hartman Hunter, Alpha of the werewolf pack, whose daughter has been kidnaped. This book, we learn the identity of the abductor, why she was abducted, more about Hartman and also find out more about Sam’s sleazy, slimy, no good ex, Josh. It’s a lot to pack into a short book, but Ms. Kell and Ms. Scott do a great job of it….”
MM Good Book Reviews – 4/5 – “….This story is really well written and switches between the couples as they hunt for the children. There’s danger, excitement, some great characters and just a touch of hot loving. There’s betrayal and there’s forgiveness and then there is the mystery that is Sam. I can’t wait to see what happens next in this series. Could there be a love interest for Mikhail? Ohhh. Maybe for Teddy the ghost??!! I also hope we get to see Trawl again, because he seems like a lovable big lug.
I will recommend this to those who love paranormal PIs, vampires, hot demons and wolves, betrayal, danger and a great storyline with a happily ever after for a wolf and his mate….”
Live Your Life, Buy The Book – 4/5 – “….Sam and Bob are just as fun as ever. I truly adore them as a couple. They’re funny and sexy. Sam may not like it when Bob reads his mind but I LOVE it! Sam develops some new powers in this book and because he’s still clinging to his need to be just human doesn’t want them. I find that crazy with all the trouble he keeps finding himself in lately.
I liked the introduction of the bracelet; it makes me anticipate a battle looming in Sam’s future. The baddies have marked him and they seem the persistent type so allies are good. I really enjoy these books. They’re fun and short with really likable characters. I’m a fan!…”
Long and Short Reviews – “….This is a gritty detective novel that is blended smoothly with a sexy M/M romance story with delicious magic adding just a touch of whimsy to the story. I thoroughly enjoyed this collaboration and I hope for more from these two authors together in the future. I recommend this to paranormal romance and detective story fans equally who love when men love each other and aren’t afraid to express it….”
The Romance Reviews – 4/5 – “….Once again, the two authors have done an amazing job of blending their writing. The world created by these two is a very easily imagined; the paranormal characters are so varied and different from other books and from the first book in this series. I'm wondering who or what is going to show up next. I can't wait….”
Paranormal Romance Guild – Gloria Lakritz – 4.5/5 – “….The great personalities of these two authors made the collaboration of Amber Kell and RJ Scott a ‘no brainer’. You can see for yourself by the last interview we had with them, when we did the Dual review for The Case of Cupid’s Curse, Book one of their End Street Detective Agency series. This series is so off the wall, I cannot recommend it enough….”
Paranormal Romance Guild – Penelope Adams – 4/5 – “….This just a plain out good story, the author’s have a way with words that entertains and intrigues at the same time. Their characters are rich and well fleshed out, their humor is contagious and I couldn’t help but smile through most of the story, even the yucky parts. We get the obligatory warning in the beginning: “this book contains sexually explicit content” and it does so I’ve warned you….”
Sam Enderson sat back in his desk chair and looked at his notes with annoyance. The strip of ribbon Hunter had sent him sat in the corner. As long as he didn’t touch it he couldn’t hear the girl crying. Despite what Bob said he knew it was the missing werewolf girl. Who else would be crying out in pain? Unless the abductor who sent the ribbon knew Hunter’s daughter Shelby had vanished and was taking advantage of that fact. The only thing that made Sam question his judgement was Bob’s statement that he didn’t sense any shifter scent on the ribbon.
“It’s a puzzle.”
“Yes it is,” Sam replied to Smudge, the black cat familiar, curled on the pillow beside his chair.
Smudge flicked his long tail as he groomed his black fur in long, languid strokes. When he spread his legs to lick his privates Sam turned away. “Can’t you do that elsewhere?”
“You’re just jealous because I’m bendy.” Smudge taunted.
Searching for a distraction he turned his attention back to his sparse notes. Nothing made sense. Where had Shelby gone? Bob had talked to his contacts and the witch was still complaining to everyone she could find that Sam hadn’t lived up to his uncle’s promise. Since word had also travelled that she’d cursed Sam and he’d recovered the missing fae, his name was beginning to become rather well known among people he’d rather avoid.
Sam wished he could interrogate the werewolves and especially, Constance, Shelby’s ex-wife. From the little Hartman told Sam about her she seemed a prime suspect. Hartman kept insisting none of the shifters would do that to a little girl but Sam had his doubts. Shelby’s mother had two sons from a previous marriage both old enough to challenge for Alpha. Even Hartman admitted she was power hungry. What better way to bring down the Alpha than to crush his spirit? Even if Hartman denied his pack had anything to do with Shelby’s disappearance Sam noticed the Alpha didn’t ask for his pack’s help in locating his lost girl.
He sighed as he looked at the miniscule amount of information he had to work with. If the case hadn’t involved a little girl Sam would’ve passed on it, however, he couldn’t refuse to help out an obviously broken-hearted person even if he was a werewolf.
Unfortunately this new job didn’t do anything to help foster a good reputation among the human population. So far paranormals were the only ones interested in Sam’s services.
A knock on the door drew Sam’s attention away from his futile endeavour.
“Yes?” Sam called out.
A large hulking man with hair popping out of every visible crevice stomped into Sam’s office. He wore a surprisingly stylish suit but Sam figured if you were that large everything was probably custom made.
“Are you Sam Enderson?” he asked in a voice so deep Sam thought he felt the floor vibrate beneath his chair.
“Yes.” Sam stood up to greet his guest. The man-creature-being whatever the hell it was towered over him even when standing. Sam’s confidence raised a few notches when he realised he could probably flee the building before the visitor reached him. “Can I help you with something?”
Smudge hissed from his perch.
Sam had never met a troll before. Fascinated, he watched his visitor with open curiosity. He hadn’t known trolls ever left their bridges. Of course what he knew about trolls could be stuffed in a brownie’s pocket.
“I need something removed.” The troll spoke in slow drawn out syllables as if each word had to be dredged from his soul.