Proof of Life by Nicholas Creamer

Zoe Victoria isn't sure how she feels about her classmate Sean, and that's even setting aside the fact that he's the grim reaper. That's kind of a perk, actually – after all, Zoe has her own bone to pick with mortality, and as Sean's new assistant, she's in the perfect spot to try and cheat death. That is if a life of hunting down supernatural psychopaths doesn't kill her first…

Who'd have thought cheating death would be so complicated?

Zoe Victoria isn't sure how she feels about her classmate Sean. There's his so-called personality; half gallant gentleman, half angry little twerp. There's the issue of him being six inches shorter than she is, making for frequent nose-to-collarbone conversations. And there's the fact that he's the grim reaper.

Well. A grim reaper, at least; apparently one of many at the Agency, sworn to police the ethereal world AND carry on with all that reaping business. And honestly, even that wouldn't be a deal breaker; after all, Zoe has her own bone to pick with mortality, and cheating death seems a lot more reasonable when death is short enough to stuff in a locker. But as Sean's new assistant, Zoe is quickly learning that conviction alone can't change fate – and that saving lives might just put her own life at risk. Between hunting down supernatural psychopaths and rescuing people from certain death, it’s looking like Zoe might be getting a crash course in life expectancy.

About Nicholas Creamer

Nicholas Creamer graduated from Vassar College with a flimsy English degree, determined to either write stories or slowly fade into obscurity trying. After an abortive attempt at rock stardom and a series of tangentially writing-related jobs and projects, he suddenly remembered his original goal and set to work. You can find his thoughts on storytelling, criticism, and cartoons online at wrongeverytime.com.

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