Devil's Bargain by Rachel Caine

By Rachel Caine

"Jasmine ""Jazz"" Callender is at the downhill slide to smash. as soon as a embellished murder detective, she's misplaced all of it: her former partner's been convicted of homicide, she's been cashiered out, and she's ingesting away what little self-respect she's bought left. yet Jazz has a expertise for hassle, and an individual understands it. while a mysterious, horny stranger comes trying to find her with a fateful pink envelope in his hand, she's approximately to make the deal of her existence ... for reliable or undesirable. The deal calls for her to go into right into a partnership with a stranger and examine situations that arrive in specific purple envelopes ... that's bizarre adequate, yet will get more unusual as she and her new companion Lucia notice that they're operating for somebody with supernatural talents. and perhaps they don't seem to be at the aspect of the angels anymore. "

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Nobody Jazz could spot, anyway. Without discussion, Lucia kept scanning crowds once they'd reached the airport, even while giving rote answers to the security questions and submitting to a wand scan and bag search. Jazz was passed through without a second glance. She waited, checking her watch, as Lucia patiently underwent the security process and finally ducked through the crowd to join her. They took off at a jog for the far end of the terminal. " Jazz asked. Lucia looked at her, unsmiling. There was a glitter in her dark eyes.

Lucia asked. "You tell me, you're the superspy. " Jazz pushed away from the support of the tile wall and walked to the mirror. Her face was vivid and flushed, her eyes fever-bright. Even her hair looked better. Damn, she enjoyed this stuff. That was probably sick. "You," Lucia said, as if she'd read her mind, "need a hobby. Something nonviolent. " She sounded amused, though. " "Yeah," Jazz agreed. " Walking with Lucia wasn't like walking alone. For one thing, Jazz was used to blending in, slumping, avoiding people's eyes.

Lucia stared at her for a long second, then went back to her magazine. Sex, and Ben McCarthy. Jazz sighed, leaned her head against the backrest and closed her eyes. Maybe, with the help of the mimosa, she could sleep the rest of the way to the city, without dreams. JFK felt crowded, breathless and a little grubby. Lucia led Jazz past baggage claim and toward the outside, where New York was having a fabulously-probably unexpectedly-golden day. She slowed in her stride before they reached the doors.

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