Her Name Is Murder (Lady Dreamscapes Book 1)

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“We can’t waltz forever, Grant.” 
“We can damn well try.” 

Magical musician Murder LaVoe is tired of running. She’s been running for nearly 500 years. When you don’t age, people take it personally. She has returned 40 years later to her favorite borough in New York City, hoping to finally settle down and hide her secret by taking the identities of falsified heirs. A public attempt on the life of her rock ‘n’ roll alter ego, Lady Dreamscapes, and a chance meeting of subservient immortals in need, threaten to take away the life she holds so dear. Can NYPD detective Grant Noble III solve her mysteries in time to save her? Maybe it’s him that needs saving?  

Levi Esmund is a Protector of the Ageless sculpted from Clay by Murder’s mother to be her companion. No one knows just how tied the fates of the Protectors are to their charges. Levi just wants a good book, and a hot guy. Maybe, just maybe, he’d like to be a real boy.  

Tress is also a Protector. A trans-woman, and white-out Victorian goth, who has learned to excel at glamours and wards. The Curse of the Ageless prevents her from physically becoming a woman permanently. She’s devoted her life to helping trans-girls in need. Just one problem. She has yet to figure out how to save herself.

1 review for Her Name Is Murder (Lady Dreamscapes Book 1)

  1. Kimberly Quinn

    Fantastic story of what it would be like to live through 500 years of history (a secret fantasy of mine) as a person who is different.

    Set yourself free: assassins are out to get you so put your seatbelts on its going to be a bumpy ride.

    Levi is a golem. Murder is cursed in her mother’s womb with “immortality”. Soul mates/Platonic Friendships over centuries where we get to see the changes in political systems, sexualities, women’s status in society. All of this while staying alive for 500 years with a multitude of careers and witnessing the amazing changes.

    I loved the Narrator-Her command of accents, characterization, voices etc- I never lost my place or which character was speaking.

    To the author: There better be much more because you really have a hit book here!

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