This is my stop during the book blitz for The Nerdy Necromancer by S.E. Babin. This book blitz is organized by Lola’s Blog Tours. The book blitz takes place on 24 April. See the tour schedule here.
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Helen Reaper has a weird relationship with the dead. As in she can bring anyone or anything back to life, so she’s constantly bombarded by people begging her to restore their loved ones, their pet fish, that cute girl who fell off a building while taking a selfie. Super. Annoying. So Helen becomes a necessary introvert and a homebody, choosing to absorb herself in books instead of real life.
The Deadication Dating Agency comes to her this time in the form of a mysterious letter and a cute little puppy.
They know someone who’s already dead who won’t mind her talent one little bit. Can a woman who raises the dead find a love that stays alive?
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About the Author:
USA Today Bestselling author S.E. Babin has a passion for writing books with a paranormal twist. Whether it’s romance or mystery, she loves taking the norm and turning it into the extraordinary. Her love of reading turned into a curious exploration to see whether or not she could write her own novel. Beginning with discarded pages of angsty novels and a slightly popular reimagining of Beowulf’s Grendel in her high school English class, Sheryl spent way too much time in the library, killing any chance of her becoming a cheerleader or anything even remotely cool.
Hank not only let Margo in, he poured her a bowl of water and gave her some of his beef
jerky. He did this all without acknowledging I was even there. So. I supposed this meant he was still mad at me.
When he finally deigned to look at me, I decided maybe pretending to want potting soil
was lame. I went in for the kill.
“Thank you for delivering my plants yesterday. Someone dropped Margo off at my
doorstep, so my day got turned upside down pretty quickly.”
He nodded. “You never paid me for the mileage.”
I pressed my lips together to keep from saying something snarky. “I’ll pay on my way
out,” I said instead. This could not possibly be the guy the dating agency had in mind for me. We’d kill each other in a week.
He nodded. “Was there anything else?”
“I wanted to apologize for the abrupt way I acted. It’s not like me to do that, and I just
want to reassure you I meant nothing by it.”
“Why did you even bother asking me then?” His face was still in his normal scowl, but his gaze was curious. The answer mattered to him.
Honesty mattered to him. Huh. So I went for it. “I got this odd letter attached to Margo’s color.”
His lips twitched. “Margo?”
“From the Magicians,” I said.
His stare was blank.
Definitely not the guy for me.
“Anyway, the letter was from that matchmaking service.”
Hank scoffed and rolled his eyes. “Does anyone even believe in that thing?”
“They set my parents up,” I told him.
Hank abruptly shut his pie hole and motioned for me to go on. “The note told me I
needed to keep the puppy and that I would meet someone who was dead.”
One perfectly dark eyebrow rose almost to his hairline. The silence was deafening.
Margo lay down on the ground and put one paw over her face like, “this girl is an idiot. Look away.”
“And you thought it was me?” His voice was deadpan.
Abort. Abort. I raised a hand up and choked out a self-deprecating laugh. “I didn’t say it
was you, but when you showed up, I had to wonder.”
“I don’t like blondes,” he said abruptly. Hank stood from his seat behind the register.
“Was there anything else I could help you with?”
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