Series: Last Call

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Kamikaze by Moira Rogers1
Hurricane (Last Call, #2) by Moira Rogers2
Tequila Sunrise (Last Call, #3) by Moira Rogers3
Virgin Daiquiri (Last Call, #4) by Moira Rogers4
Last Call: Volume 1 (Books 1-4) by Moira RogersOmnibus 1-4
Tequila Sunset (Last Call #4.5) by Moira Rogers4.5
Frostbite by Moira Rogers5
Firecracker (A Last Call Story) by Moira Rogers6

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Series description

Being a supernatural creature in a human world can be tough. Humans might not understand why their phoenix lover’s passion burns so literally, or what dark urges lurk beneath the eyes of the friendly neighborhood werewolf cop. Luckily there’s Last Call. Owned and operated by a dangerously adept wizard, this bar & club has a very special menu designed to connect needy supernaturals with understanding lovers. Buy a drink, pick a compatible partner, and retire to the warded upstairs hotel rooms for a night of supernatural loving that will satisfy the most outlandish of paranormal problems.

Though listed in order by release date, the Last Call stories stand entirely independently of one another, each focusing on one night, one couple and one need.


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