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Kiyo “Kiki” Mori has been offered a job as a library manager in Custer, Washington. James “Micky” Michael Lyndell sells his grandfather’s house to Kiki. When they meet, Micky instantly becomes smitten with her. Unbeknownst to either of them, James Harrison Lyndell, still occupies the 1950s style home. After a week of settling into her new place, Kiki is thrown into life with a ghost when James appears in an upstairs bedroom. The two quickly become unlikely friends as they learn more about each other.
Will Micky be able to crack through Kiki’s introverted walls? How will James help these two figure out they belong together? And what regret is tying James to this world?
One desperate man’s deal with a demon changes the course of history.
Loser. Failure. Arrogant. He’s been called too many insults to count, but Nick Barnes is going to prove his cold family wrong (about the first two. He fully acknowledges the third, and it’s a point of pride). How could saving the world be a terrible life goal? His pharmaceutical company has been contracted to create a secret government bioweapon, but little do they know, he’s creating the only antibiotic to cure it. Okay, so saving the world while getting rich. It’s capitalism after all.
But as the deadline approaches to deliver the deadly bacteria, failure after failure (and Dad’s abrasive voice) threaten to destroy everything he built. Out of options, Nick accepts a friend’s shady deal, but he awakens surrounded by demons. With exciting new abilities and a loosened inhibition, saving the world just got a whole lot easier, even if it involves some collateral damage.