If you have not already read the first three books in this series, I highly recommend reading them. An Unexpected Sequel is the fourth book in the series. Heather Silvio’s books keeps getting better. One thing I liked about her stories is they are quick reads. There is a bit of suspense filled in the pages so you want to make sure you are paying attention to the details.In this book we learn about Robin and Jackson. Robin made a deal with a demon which made her a servant of the demon’s bidding. One day the demon told her that she was supposed to kill Jackson McKee. There was a problem with this order she has feelings for Jackson. Now she is trying to figure out how to disobey the demon. Robin turns toward the Paranormal Talent Agency. Will Robin figure out how to disobey the demon? Will she confess her feelings to Jackson? You need to read the story to find out the answer to these questions.
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