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After Moonrise

Featuring all new stories from #1 New York Times and USA Today bestseller PC Cast, as well as Gena Showalter.  


Join two of the biggest names in paranormal romance on a breathtaking journey to a world where ghosts live on and love never dies… 

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POSSESSED - #1 New York Times Bestselling Author P.C. Cast 

Being a psychic detective who can channel only negative emotions makes Kent Raef good at catching murderers, but bad at maintaining relationships. Then Lauren Wilcox arrives with a most intriguing case: her twin sister has been murdered and is communing with Lauren’s spirit-and sharing her body. Raef’s the only one who can track the killer and free the spirit. But soon he begins to wonder just which twin he wants to save…and why…. 

HAUNTED  – New York Times Bestselling Author Gena Showalter 

Artist Aurora Harper is convinced she’s witnessed a crime-a murder so brutal she’s repressed the memories, only to paint the scene by the light of the moon. Now she needs her new neighbor, Detective Levi Reid, to help her track down the victim-and the killer. Levi’s dealing with his own memory issues, but one thing he knows for sure: Harper is meant to be his, and nothing can take her away from him-not in this life…and not in death….


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Gena 

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