Hal, Tom and Alex do battle with the Devil in order to save the world, but at what price?
Alex investigates Captain Hatch, unaware that he is evil incarnate.
Rook is a desperate man – his government department will soon be a casualty to cutbacks unless he’s able to do something – so he’s off to China to find private investors. While he’s away, he needs the Honolulu Heights residents to look after his special charge, werewolf Bobby. Bobby’s been locked up in the archive for decades and is consequently more naïve and socially awkward than Tom ever was. For once, someone is in Tom’s thrall. Hal’s also entrusted with ‘sorting out’ vampire Crumb’s rampage. But when he loses faith in Crumb’s, and indeed his, ability to reform, it’s up to Alex to prove that it can be done. Even if that means going on a date with a repugnant vampire.
Larry is successful. Television weatherman, beauty queen wife, sharp suits and flash cars. The problem is, Larry is also an untrustworthy slimeball. Not that Tom realizes that, because Tom’s in Larry’s thrall – after all, Larry’s a successful werewolf. Tom feels that he’ll never progress in life, it’s always the Hals of this world that get promoted, not his kind. But in Larry he sees a chance to learn from a master. Problem is, Larry isn’t all that he seems.
Alex discovers she's not the only ghost haunting Honolulu Heights.
As ghost Alex adjusts to life after death with werewolf Tom and vampire Hal, we meet poisonous pensioner Captain Hatch, behind whose foul exterior lurks an ancient evil.
Sally makes a major sacrifice to keep two of her roommates from killing each other – a move that will change all of the roommates’ lives forever.
The only thing between the Old Ones and global destruction are our heroes.
Tensions run high when Cutler takes Tom under his wing. Annie travels into purgatory.
Teenage vampire Adam and his schoolmistress lover cause havoc at Honolulu Heights.
Annie, Hal and Tom are like a ring of steel protecting baby Eve, so when Kirby, a ghost from the 1970s calls at the house, they're immediately suspicious. Kirby wins them over with his feckless personality and proof that he's been sent by Nina to help look after the baby. Annie soon falls for the handsome, charismatic ghost - perhaps Nina also sent him for reasons other than the baby?
Hal is unaccustomed to modern life, having sheltered himself from society to avoid the risk of killing. So when Annie and Tom tell him he needs to get a job, he's filled with dread.
Hal, Leo and Pearl another vampire, werewolf and ghost arrive at a house on a pilgrimage to visit the baby Saviour, in hopes that she might save dying Leo. But when Tom sees Hal standing over baby Eve, he's convinced Hal is a threat and tells him to leave.
In an old B and B in a sleepy seaside town, we join Annie, her housemate George and their new friend, Tom. Reeling from their losses, and with a newborn baby to look after, it's never been more difficult to live under-the-radar as a ghost and two werewolves.
Herrick rescues Mitchell from prison. Mitchell decides to side with Herrick, if it guarantees his survival. Willing to save her friends, Annie sacrifices by crossing into the Afterlife. But Lia reveals that she fabricated the prophecy and has lured Annie to punish Mitchell. Realizing he will never be human, Mitchell returns to the house to try and convince his friends that they need to kill him.
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