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Albert Camus

Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Friday, October 30, 2015

Good versus evil just got even more complicated… - The Girl and the Gargoyle (The Girl and the Raven #2) by Pauline Gruber

Dating a gargoyle is great, until his family gets involved.
Being half-witch/half-demon and dating Marcus, a gargoyle and demon enemy, is complicated enough for Lucy. She can almost tolerate Jude, her demon father, forcing her to undergo combat training.

Description:

Being half-witch/half-demon and dating Marcus, a gargoyle and demon enemy, is complicated enough for Lucy. She can almost tolerate Jude, her demon father, forcing her to undergo combat training.

But when Marcus’s long-lost family returns to Chicago, her world begins to crumble. Marcus's mother wants him to leave to join the gargoyle clan; his father wants him to help kill Jude. There’s one major problem with this: if Jude dies, Lucy dies.

Marcus will do whatever it takes to save Lucy and her father. Meanwhile Lucy has her own plan and with the aid of a surprise newcomer, seeks help from the most unlikely—and dangerous—source. 

Loglines. 
Good versus evil just got even more complicated… 

Being half-witch/half-demon & dating Marcus, a gargoyle, is complicated enough for Lucy. She can almost tolerate Jude, her demon father, implementing demon training. But when Marcus’s family arrives in Chicago, her world begins to crumble; his father wants Marcus to help him kill Jude. There’s one very major problem, if Jude dies, Lucy dies.

Being half-witch/half-demon & dating Marcus, a gargoyle, is complicated enough for Lucy. She can almost tolerate Jude, her demon father, implementing demon training. But when Marcus’s family arrives, her world begins to crumble; his father wants Marcus to help him kill Jude. There’s one problem, if Jude dies, Lucy dies.

About the author: 
Pauline Gruber is a self-professed music junkie, cat wrangler, and travel nut. She went to Paris in the 90’s where she discovered a love of three things: croissants, old cathedrals, and gargoyles. Deciding that the paranormal world could use a new kind of hero, Pauline translated her fascination with the protective gargoyle into a suspenseful love story. She is the author of the young adult series, The Girl and the Raven, The Girl and the Gargoyle and the forthcoming novel, The Girl and the Demon. By day, Pauline is a legal assistant for a Chicago law firm where she steals identities and incorporates them into her books. If you tell anyone, she’ll deny, deny, deny. Pauline lives outside of Chicago with her precocious black cats. 


7 comments:

Queen Alchemy said...

This series sounds pretty cool. It sounds like a different take on the good versus evil love stories that are out there. And I have always loved gargoyles. Adding this series to my TBR list. Thank you!

Rebecca said...

Oh my word, this sounds super tense! Looking forward to reading it. Greta cover too!

Betty Woodrum said...

This book sounds amazing! Love the title and cover!

Esha Indianwriter said...

Sounds great!Unique!

Stephanie LaPlante said...

I'd absolutely love to read this!

Debbie Joyce said...

I adore gargoyles!! There are not many books about them so I look forward to your books:) I use to watch a cartoon with my children about them.

Esther Gerdzen said...

Sounds good and love the cover ! Can't wait to read this :)