Tag: Jennifer Estep

Winter’s Web – Jennifer Estep

“I LOOK RİDİCULOUS.” I stared at my reflection in the mirror above the long counter that ran along the wall. Even though I had been peering at myself for the better part of a minute, I still couldn’t believe what I was seeing. Normally, my wardrobe could best be described as functional. Black boots, dark […]

Widow’s Web – Jennifer Estep

Breaking into the building was easy. Too easy for an assassin like me. Hell, I didn’t even really have to break in—I could have walked right through the front door, waved at the guard stationed behind the reception desk in the lobby, and taken the elevator up to the appropriate floor. Stroll into an office […]

Web of Lies – Jennifer Estep

We stood there, staring at each other. An invisible electric current hummed between us, firing off sparks of hot desire in every direction. I breathed in. The detective’s clean, soapy scent filled my nose, overpowering the cumin, red pepper, and other spices in the air. Donovan looked away and cleared his throat. “You want to […]

Venom – Jennifer Estep

The bastards never even would have gotten close to me if I hadn’t had the flu. Coughing, sneezing, aching, wheezing. That was me. Gin Blanco. Restaurant owner. Stone and Ice elemental. Former assassin. And all-around badass. Laid low by a microbe. It had started as a small, ominous tickle in my throat three days ago. […]

Unwanted – Jennifer Estep

“You’ve barely touched your barbecue.” I looked up to find Gin Blanco, my foster sister, eyeing me over the top of the cup of lemonade she was sipping. More than half a dozen open take-out containers littered my desk, piled high with everything from coleslaw to baked beans to barbecue chicken sandwiches on homemade sourdough […]

Unraveled – Jennifer Estep

Once again, my heartfelt thanks go out to all the folks who help turn my words into a book. Thanks go to my agent, Annelise Robey, and my editor, Adam Wilson, for all their helpful advice, support, and encouragement. Thanks also to Melissa Bendixen. Thanks to Tony Mauro for designing another terrific cover, and thanks […]

Thread of Death – Jennifer Estep

I couldn’t believe the bitch was dead. Mab Monroe, the Fire elemental who’d been head of the Ashland underworld for years, the woman who’d murdered my mother and older sister, was final y, final y dead. And I was the one who’d made her that way. Me. Gin Blanco. The assassin known as the Spider. […]

The Spider – Jennifer Estep

The day the box came started out like any other. I opened up the Pork Pit, the barbecue restaurant that I ran in downtown Ashland, right on schedule. Turned on the appliances, tied a blue work apron on over my clothes, and flipped the sign on the front door over to Open. Then I spent […]

Tangled Threads – Jennifer Estep

“Are you going to kill this guy? Or are we just going to sit here all night?” “Patience, Finn,” I murmured. “We’ve been in the car for only an hour.” “Longest hour of my life,” he muttered. I arched an eyebrow and looked over at Finnegan Lane, my partner in crime for the night. Most […]

Spider’s Trap – Jennifer Estep

Once again, my heartfelt thanks go out to all the folks who help turn my words into a book. Thanks go to my agent, Annelise Robey, and my editors, Adam Wilson and Lauren McKenna, for all their helpful advice, support, and encouragement. Thanks also to Trey Bidinger. Thanks to Tony Mauro for designing another terrific […]

Spider’s Revenge – Jennifer Estep

Old habits die hard for assassins. And I planned on murdering someone before the night was through. That’s what I did. Me. Gin Blanco. The assassin known as the Spider. I killed people, something that I was very, very good at. Tonight I had my sights set on my most dangerous target ever—Mab Monroe, the […]

Spider’s Bite – Jennifer Estep

“My name is Gin, and I kill people.” Normally, my confession would have elicited gasps of surprise. Pale faces. Nervous sweat. Stifled screams. An overturned chair or two as people scrambled to get away before I buried a knife in their heart—or back. A sucking wound was a sucking wound. I wasn’t picky about where […]

Snared – Jennifer Estep

Being an assassin meant knowing when to kill—and when not to kill. Unfortunately. I stood in a pool of midnight shadows, my boots, jeans, turtleneck, and fleece jacket as black as the night around me. My dark brown hair was stuffed up underneath a black toboggan that matched the rest of my clothes, and I’d […]

Poison Promise – Jennifer Estep

Once again, my heartfelt thanks go out to all the folks who help turn my words into a book. Thanks go to my agent, Annelise Robey, and editors, Adam Wilson and Lauren McKenna, for all their helpful advice, support, and encouragement. Thanks also to Trey Bidinger. Thanks to Tony Mauro for designing another terrific cover, […]

Kiss of Venom – Jennifer Estep

“You’re an idiot.” I glanced over at my best friend, Phillip Kincaid. “Really? I’m an idiot? Because I’d say it takes one to know one.” Phillip snorted and took another sip of his Scotch. He studied me over the rim of his glass, his bright blue gaze calmly staring past the blank mask of my […]

Heart of Venom – Jennifer Estep

“What do you mean, I can’t come?” I jerked my head down at the heavy weight swinging between us. “Do you really want to talk about this right now?” “I can’t think of a better time,” he replied, then dropped his half of the load onto the ground. I let go of my half of […]

Haints and Hobwebs – Jennifer Estep

The first time I saw the haint was in the cemetery. Shocking, I know, a ghost hanging out in a graveyard, but the pale, wispy figure still caught my eye, if only because it was the first one I’d ever seen. You’d think I would have been visited by more haints in my time, given […]

Deadly Sting – Jennifer Estep

“That would look fabulous on you.” Finnegan Lane, my foster brother, pointed to a tennis bracelet in the middle of a glass case full of jewelry. The shimmer of the gemstones matched the sparkle of greed in his eyes. I looked at the price tag beside the diamond-crusted monstrosity. “You do realize that the cost […]

By a Thread – Jennifer Estep

Once again, my heartfelt thanks goes out to all the folks who help turn my words into a book. Thanks go to my agent, Annelise Robey, and editors, Megan McKeever and Lauren McKenna, for all their helpful advice, support, and encouragement. Thanks to Tony Mauro for designing another terrific cover, and thanks to everyone at […]

Black Widow – Jennifer Estep

It was torture. Watching your mortal enemy get everything she’d ever wanted was torture, pure and simple. Madeline Magda Monroe stood off to one side of a wooden podium, her hands clasped in front of her strong, slender body and a serious, thoughtful expression on her beautiful face. Next to her, a city official sporting […]


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