Gentlemen Prefer Voodoo
By Angie Fox
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Published: March 22, 2013
Words: 29,840 (approximate)
From New York Times bestselling author Angie Fox
A voodoo priestess casts a spell to find her ideal man. Too bad she forgot to mention that he be alive and breathing.
***125 page short story originally published in My Zombie Valentine
Voodoo priestess Amie Baptiste usually leaves the spells for the customers until one night, in her loneliness, she gives in to temptation. Amie weaves a spell to call "the perfect man for her." ....But she should have been more specific since her ideal man apparently died in 1811.
Dante Montengro has been haunting St. Louis Cemetery Number One, waiting for his true love to call him back to life and end his wandering ways. Emerging from the cemetery: Hot, human and very much alive Dante's first stop is Amie's voodoo shop.
, new orleans
, paranormal romance
, angie fox
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