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God Save The Queen: Black Kat, #3

Length:
558 pages
7 hours
Publisher:
Released:
Aug 15, 2019
ISBN:
9781393435815
Format:
Book

Description

Even Bad-Ass Bounty Hunters Have Bad Days...

Agent Katherine Carter has been shot by her shady partner and rescued by the gorgeous, obnoxious escape artist she's been chasing. Now she's stranded with a bunch of hot guys with magical powers, and offered a deal she can't refuse to clear her name. But doing so may cost her everything, including her heart.

 

Illusionist Hugh Harrison is running out of luck and time—until he rescues a stubborn, beautiful U.S. Marshal. Never mind that she's hunted him down through seven states to drag him back to prison. She's a female Super, one who may hold the key to his struggles with the government, his search for his missing brother, and his own failing health-if he can save her from herself. All's fair in love and war, and Hugh intends to wage both as his enemies close in.

 

If you like Heroes, The X-Men, and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., you'll love the Black Kat series. So buckle up, buttercup, and join the adventure today!

 

Catch all of the Black Kat books: 

Black Kat I: Unlucky Charm

Black Kat II: Kat & Mouse

Black Kat III: God Save the Queen

Black Kat IV: Playing with Fire

Black Kat V: Kat-A-Strophic

 

And many more to come! 

Publisher:
Released:
Aug 15, 2019
ISBN:
9781393435815
Format:
Book

About the author

To learn more about Kimberly Gordon and her books visit www.5dmedia.org.Kimberly Gordon is an author and mixed media artist from New York City. She was first recognized for her work when she received the National Gold Key Art Award in Washington DC for a Mixed media collage Self Portrait. The piece was also on display at the Smithsonian Art Museum.Kimberly later received the Maya Angelou award for Academic Excellence for her written and documentary film work in Africana studies at Simmons College in Boston, MA. Since then she has published various works that entertain, educate, inform and enlighten across cultures, groups & mindsets.



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