The Rhine Maiden (The Rhine Maiden, Book 1) by Erin Evans
By Erin Evans
"She speaks and so they obey," yet even a supernatural skill can't aid this stay-at-home mother keep watch over her personal existence.
Don't Rhine on My Parade is a laugh-out-loud urban-fantasy with an not going protagonist, a tender mom who has an strange energy. Blessed, or maybe cursed, being able to command obedience, Piper Cavanaugh's general existence turns the other way up during this full-length novel.
A descendant of the Rhine Maidens who sang sailors to their deaths, Piper has vowed to by no means use her strength of command, yet one little slip-up and her mystery has come again to chunk her - actually. Now she needs to achieve permission to affix the United Supernatural Beings, or it's open searching season on all of humanity. whereas juggling children, holding her husband at nighttime, and babysitting her rebellious child sister, Piper reveals herself befriending a vampire, stealing from murderous witches, and doing conflict with "Satan," differently often called her partner's mother. and he or she concept grocery purchasing along with her young children used to be hard!
Don't Rhine on My Parade is a clean swap for readers who lengthy for a extra relatable heroine. With common-sense and sass, Piper handles diapers to decapitations as just a mom can. jam-packed with comedy, motion, and thrills, Don't Rhine on My Parade expands the borders of city fable into the suburbs!
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