Good news? I’m no longer a thief. Bad news? I’m no longer a thief.

Some may consider that only good news since I’ll no longer run the risk of getting my ass thrown in a grim reaper prison for the rest of my extremely long life—longevity comes with the phoenix nametag. Except I happen to enjoy the thrill of the hunt that comes with relieving goods from my unsuspecting targets.

Too bad a sadistic vampire messed it all up for me.

But things never stay boring for long. When I find a necromancer’s undead creation stumbling across a Miami beach—a highly illegal practice these days, I’d like to add—I get pulled into an investigation by the Death Enforcement Agency. Sounds like fun, right?


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There’s one huge problem. I’ve been recruited by a man I can’t seem to resist, a sexier-than-sin grim reaper who sets me aflame in all the best and worst places. The attraction is unnaturally strong, but I can’t focus on solving that problem until we find the necromancer responsible for the newly undead.

Because if we don’t nip this dead-man-walking situation soon, we may have a rising zombie apocalypse on our hands.

Fans of Nalini Singh’s Guild Hunters, Ilona Andrews’s Hidden Legacy, or Seanan McGuire’s InCryptid series will find The Last Phoenix a delightful new addition to the Urban Fantasy Romance genre.

WINGS OF DEATH is the 2nd book of 7 in The Last Phoenix series, a kickass urban fantasy romance containing fast-paced action, snarky humor, sexy grim reapers, a variety of shifters, a hearty dose of swearing, and a healthy splash of romance. Oh, and this one has zombies, too.



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PUBLISHER: Tannhauser Press

PUBLISHED: February 2021

ISBN-10: 1945994623  

ISBN-13: 978-1945994623