No one knows better than Rhiannon Murphy that one bad corpse can ruin your whole day. She left behind the flash and sass of Miami for the no-nonsense groove of New York City, eager for a clean slate and a fresh start. A bartender by trade, a loud mouth by choice, and a necromancer by chance;... read more
“You know.” My voice was laced with sarcasm. “I love being reminded of just how fucked up people find my company. One minute, I’m asked to be more loving and sweet. In fact, someone once told me it was downright adorable. But when I actually give the public what they want, they think I’m suffering from a chemical imbalance. Thanks, Goose.”Rhiannon
“I gave my sweetest smile. The one that says “aw shucks” on the outside and a big huge “fuck you” on the inside.”Rhiannon
“If you were anyone else, your nuts would be taking a long vacation, and the destination would be out of your mouth”Rhiannon
“I nodded in approval, turned around and opened the door, and stepped into the hall. I walked past the receptionist, smiling at her shocked face when she told me in a superficial voice to have a nice day, and I gave her a parting gift—my middle finger.”Rhiannon
“Don’t tell me,” I snickered. “You’re in a club that gathers together like raving Trekkies to share secrets of the afterlife. I bet you even have an Enigma CD you crank up to get in the mood.” “Don’t be silly.” His face lit up with an enormous grin. “We listen to Enya, not Enigma.”Rhiannon
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