This week I'm featuring Between Cases (The City Between #7) by W.R. Gingell. This is such a fun urban fantasy series and this installment is one of my favorites of the bunch.
Well, I’m only two thirds of a Pet these days, but you might as well call me Pet anyway. Everyone does: everyone but the vampire, that is.
Life is more unbalanced these days—cases are cutting closer to home than usual. I thought I was the only one, but there are others like me: kids whose parents were murdered just like mine. Stuff that never fit into place before is beginning fall into place.
And my psychos are getting really weird. I mean, they’ve always been weird, but now they’re getting weirder.
Why would a fae lord decide to collaborate with humans?
Why has the fae steward started sneaking out at night?
And why is the vampire reading romance novels?
It's funny how perception changes stuff. I've been a pet to two fae and a vampire for more than a year now, and although my perception of their feelings toward me has run the gamut from an idea that they barely tolerate me to a feeling that they might actually care about me just enough to make a few changes about the place, it would never have occurred to me to think it would go any further than that.
One of these days, I'd be able to walk down the street without being followed. That's what I told myself, anyway.
What have you been reading lately?