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Necromancing the Stone by Lish McBride
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Oct 08, 12

Read from October 03 to 08, 2012

Once again we have a winner! The sequel to Hold Me Closer Necromancer delivers. No second book syndrome here. Sam and his friends return. After the death of Douglas the Necromancer, Sam and his crew have moved into Douglas' house and have taken over. Sam is trying to find his footing on the Council(other supernaturals work together) and works on his powers. His friend Ramon, comes home after recuperating from an attack that makes him a were-bear. The newer arrival to the group is James, a pukis who was owned by Douglas and now is owned by Sam. James is something like the butler/housekeeper, but he is a magical creature with shapeshifting abilities. Of course nothing is ever smooth with anything and sometimes dead necromancers don't always stay that way... Fans of the first book will be glad to see the second carries on the same nicely balancing the drama, comedy, romance, and supernaturals. If you haven't read book 1 yet, get started!!

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