Stray Magic (Mass Market)

A Strays Novel

By Kelly Meding

Harper Voyager Impulse, 9780062847683, 416pp.

Publication Date: July 24, 2018

Other Editions of This Title:
Compact Disc (10/23/2018)
Compact Disc (10/23/2018)
MP3 CD (10/23/2018)

List Price: 6.99*
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Shiloh Harrison was hoping for a few days off to recover from a particularly nasty assignment, preferably with the help of the talented hands (and, well, the rest of his body too) of her sexy boyfriend, Vincent. But when a group of vampires takes an entire trailer park hostage, there’s nothing to do but make her apologies and get to the scene.

Such is the life of a Federal Marshal in the Paranormal Investigators Unit.

Yet this isn’t like her typical track-and-nab case: something is going on that has vampires scared, and it takes all her strength not to imagine what could frighten such powerful creatures. Unfortunately, she doesn’t have that option. Her boss is MIA, someone is snatching vampires, and there’s a ticking clock that can only end one way: a bloodbath.

Unless she can stop it.

The first book in a new series, Stray Magic is a dark and sexy mystery, with enough twists and curves to keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end.


About the Author

Born and raised in Southern Delaware, Kelly Meding survived five years in the hustle and bustle of Northern Virginia, only to retreat back to the peace and sanity of the Eastern Shore. An avid reader and film buff, she discovered Freddy Krueger at a very young age, and has since had a lifelong obsession with horror, science fiction, and fantasy, on which she blames her interest in vampires, psychic powers, superheroes, and all things paranormal.

Praise For Stray Magic: A Strays Novel

“An impressive new warrior arises in Meding’s spellbinding urban fantasy series launch. Meding [...] has created a fast-paced story that weaves the mundane and magical together with unparalleled ease [...] This new world of wishes, magic, and high-stakes action is sure to be popular.”
— Publishers Weekly (starred review)