Title: The Case of the Sinful Santa
Zephariel, the Angel of Vengeance, Nick Klauson, nephew to Santa, Christmas magic, zombies in the school and a necromancer causing chaos…and at the center of it all—Mal.
Zephariel is the Angel of Vengeance and is tracking down his cousin Danjal for misuse of brimstone. When he walks into a bar and finds Nick Klauson drowning his sorrows, he is instantly drawn to him. Could this be his fated mate?
When Nick and Zeph join forces to deal with zombies in Mal’s school, sparks fly. Add in a demon, a wolf and a necromancer, and Sam and Bob have a hunt on their hands
Author: Amber Kell, R.J. Scott
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Prince Claimed, Politician Won, Unconventional In Atlanta , Bonded Broken, The Doctor and the Bad Boy, The Paramedic and the Writer, The Case of the Dragon's Dilemma, The Barman and the Seal
Series: End Street Agency
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: The Case of the Dragon's Dilemma
Published by Totally Bound Source: Publisher
Published: November 29, 2013
Genres: Ghost Story, Male Male Romance, Paranormal Romance
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The Case of the Sinful Santa, another winner by writing team R.J. Scott and Amber Kell, enhanced the series while drumming up more questions. In book four of the End Street Agency series, Sam, Bob, Teddy the ghost and new friends invade the home of Sam and Bob as they try to eradicate a bunch of zombies.
Zeph was an avenging angel. Nick was a Klauson, nephew of Santa, half human/half elf neither he nor his family thinks him completely worthy. Good think Zeph was his mate and saw the goodness and love in him. Together they assist Sam and Bob with a case of zombie-ism at Mal’s school.
Ms. Scott and Ms. Kell have opened up a paranormal world not only of adventure but of very “human-like” people who love and trust each other and have banded together to form their own unique and special family.
The way Bob adored Sam was priceless and melted my heart. Zephariel and Nick were loving mates who would do anything for each other, including becoming human, if needed.
What I like best about the series is the progression the authors take the reader through. A journey of love and intrigue, where one book ends and the next begins. Best read in order to follow the story line, the End Street Detective Agency is worth the time to read.