The Ninth Curse

The Ninth Curse

Author: K. J. Gillenwater

Publisher: K. J. Gillenwater

ISBN: 9781544149240

Category: Fiction

Page: 242

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Nine curses. Nine weeks to live. "I find this story absorbing for several reasons. This story is very creepy and the plot is very well thought out. ...THE NINTH CURSE by K.J. Gillenwater is a gripping and spine-tingling paranormal romance." - Christina, Romance Junkies Joel Hatcher has inherited more than a family legacy. It's a time bomb that's ticking down to the inevitable: his own death. But the curse won't die with him. Unless he can find a way to break the cycle, his younger brother becomes the next victim. In the throes of the third curse, the Painful Pox, Joel makes a last-ditch decision to seek the help of a young spiritualist with expertise in the paranormal. One look into Joel's suffering eyes, and "Madame Eugenie" finds herself torn between doing the right thing and fulfilling her most secret wish—bring her husband Adam back from the dead. Joel's cursed blood is the missing ingredient in her resurrection rituals, and Adam's vengeful spirit whispers seductively that there's only one way to get it: steal it. As Gen and Joel unearth his family's past to track down a cure, they come closer to each other, and to a horrible truth. To live, Joel must lose everything. Including the woman he has grown to love. *Previously published by Samhain Publishing. MORE REVIEWS: "The plot progresses at breakneck speed. Gillenwater gives and then removes hope amping up the tension as the plot hurtles to the seemingly tragic conclusion." – Water Lily, Long and Short Reviews, 4 books out of 5. "A romantic paranormal thriller, this one is unlike any other paranormal romances I've come across…I find the story intriguing and as a result, I keep turning the pages to find out what will happen next." – Mrs. Giggles, mrsgiggles.com
The Ninth Curse
Language: en
Pages: 242
Authors: K. J. Gillenwater
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-03-16 - Publisher: K. J. Gillenwater

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