Condemned to death for black magic and shunned, Rachel Morgan has three days to somehow get to the annual witches convention in San Francisco and clear her name. If she fails, the only way she can escape death is to live in the demonic ever after . . . for ever after.
Rachel Mariana Morgan: A witch who has discovered that her abilities and lineage come from demons. She used to be an Inderland Security service member. She, Ivy, and Jenks run a freelance runner service called Vampiric Charms.
Ivy Tamwood: A living vampire. Friend and partner of Rachel and Jenks. She has long black hair and an Asian look to her.
Trent Kalamack: He is a purebred Elf. Trenton is tall with fine blond hair and green eyes. He is a powerful business man who will do anything to get what he wants...even if it is illegal.
Quen Hansen: He is Trenton's body guard. He has almost like a fatherly love and devotion to Trenton. He has saved Rachel's life a couple of times. He can wield black ley line magic.
Vivian Smith: She's a white witch and a member of the Coven of Morals and Ethical Standards. They shunned Rachel in White Witch Black Curse. Vivian knows how to use her magic and speaks Latin in her spells.
Newt: The only known living female demon. Very unstable.
Algaliarept: Al is 5000 years old. A demon who usually assumes the form of an English gentleman in crushed green velvet and lace, with smoked glasses.
Jenks: Jenks is a pixie. He lives in the garden of the church they use as a base for Vampiric Charms. He has several children that are all alive, which is an amazing feat for a pixie.
Pierce: A black magic witch ghost inhabiting the body of a dead man. Algaliarept's familiar. Has know Rachel when she was younger because of a spell gone wrong.
Bis: A gargoyle who has taken up residence with Rachel and Ivy in the church.
Ellasbeth: Female Elf that was Trent's Fiance. Canceled the Wedding After Rachel arrested Trent at the Alter.
Sidereal: Leader of a Faerie tribe that tries to kill Rachel. Because of a black Curse, that Rachel was a part of, he and everyone else still alive lost their wings and are now flightless. Him and Rachel have an agreement of Sorts.
“Wait until the sun sets tonight, and if we are both here to see it, then my heart will break knowing you are safe and yet not to be mine. If you are gone, then my heart will break knowing that God has taken you home...”
“Of good deeds born from stupid ideas. Of honest mistakes leading to dishonest graves.”
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“You just click your heels and think there’s no place like being pwned.”
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If Rachel permanently eliminates the threat of this day-walking demon, no one will care if she’s the queen of the damned and eats live kittens for breakfast in front of kindergarteners. You will leave her alone, or you will find yourself disgraced.”
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Rache is the little sister. Ivy’s the big sister. I’m the uncle from out of state, and you’re the rich nephew no one likes but we put up with you anyway because we feel sorry for you.
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No, I wasn’t okay. Fine maybe. Yeah, I was fine. Fucked in Extreme, as Ivy would say.
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“I am not going to be the person who completes you,” he said, glancing at me and turning away. “You are one messed-up bitch.”
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“Shit,” Ku’Sox said speculatively, and he loosened his grip until my heels dragged on the floor again. “I’ve heard that several times now. Is that the word of choice? I do so like all-encompassing words. Verb, adjective, noun. Yes, you are shitted.”
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It wasn’t that the dark side was stronger, but that everything was the dark side. All magic was inherently wrong, and it was only us fooling ourselves that some of it was good, some of it was bad. Magic…just was.
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“I saw what you are,” he said, “and I was ashamed. I saw what you expect from a person, and I’d call you a bitch except you demand it from yourself as well. I saw how you see me,” he explained. “It wasn’t anything I didn’t already know, but it made me wonder at what I lack, what isn’t there.”
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