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Blue Moon - After Dark #9

R.D. Coast

Publisher: R.D. Coast

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Leila's day has been filled with low tips, bacon grease stains, messy diners, and an opportunity to make three thousand dollars on the weekend. 
She'll be entertaining a bachelor party at a castle that belongs to a family that was ravaged centuries ago by wolves. 
It's a once in a blue moon kinda weekend ... if she survives that long.

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