Cursed and Coveted

Cursed and Coveted

eBook - 2014
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18+ A Woman Who Really is a Goddess Inside...(special debut price: $0.99)In Louisiana and on the east coast, ritualistic cult murders baffle the F.B.I. as mangled bodies pile up with no end in sight. Special Agents Jean-Marcel Vaillant and Lawrence Beauchamp are dispatched to enlist the help of Doctor J.D. Jamison, an ancient rituals expert, but they meet the late doctor's daughter instead. Professor Jaydee Jamison is an intelligent and eccentric woman with huge owl's glasses and a retro-hippie look-not the most glamorous type. However, she is unique because she's the recipient of not one but two deadly curses: the Yinepu Iwiw curse that had killed her parents and what will eventually take her life, and the curse of housing an adored and revered ancient Egyptian goddess, Bastet, who, if awakened, will take her body and end her existence as Jaydee Jamison. The supernatural complications in her life are compounded as Bastet's growing influence begins to affect people around her and they begin to idolize her. But when out-of-her-league Jean-Marcel falls in love with her-and she with him-her heart aches to know . . . does Jean-Marcel really love her? Or does he desire the goddess inside? What's "Cursed & Coveted" about? Toss some fictional and non-fictional Egyptology-based werewolves and werecats in a bowl, add the Louisiana Bayou, mystery, action, and a steamy "geek girl meets popular jock" romance to the mix, and you have Cursed and Coveted.--Provided by publisher
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Catharina Shields, 2014
ISBN: 9781311101198
Branch Call Number: EBOOK ENKI
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: enki Library


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