[Free eBook] The Reaper’s Kiss by by Abigail Baker [Urban Fantasy with Romance]

The Reaper’s Kiss by Abigail Baker is the 1st novel in her Deathmark series of urban fantasy with strong f/m paranormal romance elements, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Macmillan’s Entangled: Select Otherworld imprint.

The series stars a woman employed by some kind of death-dispensing agency, with the unusual ability to mark people with special tattoos for the Reapers to harvest. This story sets up some sort of rebellion that puts her on the run with the obligatory love interest, a renegade Reaper who hopes to use her growing skills to overthrow the corrupt Head Reaper over the course of their adventures over the next few novels thus far.

Offered worldwide, available at multiple retailers.

Free for a limited time, available in most countries worldwide @ B&N, Amazon, Kobo, iTunes, Google Play, eBooks.com, BookShout (not all retailers carry the freebie in all eligible regions, so you may have to play around with the country codes in the URLs until you find one where it’s offered for yours)

Description
Ollie Dormier’s tattoos are deadly. She is a Scrivener-an employee for Death-and her skull tattoos mark her clients for their demise. She does her job, and she stays out of trouble. But when her hands start to burn hot and fierce, and her control goes leaping out the window, all hell breaks loose. Ollie is showing the early signs of being a Master…demonstrating power that is forbidden.

That power is exactly what Reaper Brent Hume is counting on. A hot, scruffy rebel, who does marvelous and terrifying things to Ollie’s insides. Now he needs Ollie’s help-and her skills-to overthrow the evil and corrupt Head Reaper. That is, if he can figure out a way to keep this hot-handed girl cool…and keep his hands off.

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