Darynda Jones revisits the sexy, suspenseful world of supernatural shenanigans she created in her Grave series with For I Have Sinned. In this Charley Davidson story, Charley helps a woman find out how she died and gives her the closure she needs to pass through to the other side.
“Am I dead?” “As a doornail in August. What time is it?”Jo and Charlie
“Reyes...” She looked at me apologetically then turned back to him. “That is horridly rude.” “Um, son of Satan?” he said, apparently referring to himself.”Charlie and Reyes
“Did he say ‘son of Satan’?” “Yeah. It’s an evil incarnate thing. And, trust me, he wears it well.”Jo and Charlie
“This,” Charley said, gesturing toward a red Jeep Wrangler, “is Misery. I’m in love with her, but don’t tell my sister. She’s a psychiatrist and would psychoanalyze the crap out of that.”Charlie
“But, I’ve so obviously sinned.” “No kidding? Because I’m pretty sure I’ve sinned a few times myself. And according to some religions, I’m about to sin again. I’m going to march in there and make myself a mocha latte with whipped cream. Caffeine. Calories. Unabashed pleasure.”Jo and Charlie
“I couldn’t help but wonder what Charley’s life was like. I mean, what kind of being glows in the dark and hangs out with the son of Satan?”Jo
“Okay, too soon. Newbies don’t have the best sense of humor.” “Sorry. I’m a little dead right now.”Charlie and Jo
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