Wings of Fire by Stephanie Mirro
They call me a thief like it’s a bad thing.
Once upon a time, I was simply Veronica Neill. Daughter, sister, phoenix. But now I’m all alone, and life as an avian shifter and “acquirer of fantastical things” is dangerously sexy and fun.
At least it is until someone beats me to my latest mark, and I’m blamed for a gruesome murder I most certainly didn’t commit. Now I’ve got a choice to make. I can get taken in by the hotter-than-hell agent sent by the Death Enforcement Agency, or wait for my bloodsucking client to realize I’ve failed at his job.
I don’t like either door, so I’ll take the window instead. Time to track down the real killer and clear my name.
If I don’t solve this murder fast, then I might just be facing a lifetime in a grim reaper’s prison. Or worse, a lifetime of servitude to my client, a vampire who’s turning out to be far more dangerous than I realized.
Fans of Nalini Singh’s Guild Hunters, Ilona Andrews’s Hidden Legacy, or Seanan McGuire’s InCryptid series will find The Last Phoenix a delightful new addition to the Urban Fantasy Romance genre.
WINGS OF FIRE is the 1st book of 7 in The Last Phoenix series, a kickass urban fantasy romance containing fast-paced action, snarky humor, sexy grim reapers, horrific vampires, a hearty dose of swearing, and a healthy splash of slow-burn romance.
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Stephanie Mirro is an Amazon bestselling author with a lifelong love of ancient mythology. That love led to majoring in the Classics in college, which wasn’t quite as much fun as writing her own mythology stories as she did as a child. But an overactive imagination combined with her education and being an avid fantasy reader, resulted in a writing career.
Starting her days with coffee and ending them with wine means Stephanie can usually be found juggling household chores, keeping the kids alive, and trying to write, edit, publish, and market the stories that haunt her dreams.
Born and raised in Southern Arizona, Stephanie now resides in Northern Virginia with her husband, two kids, and two furbabies. This thing called “seasons” is still magical.