Clarissa North

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Contemporary YA, NA and Erotica, Paranormal YA, NA and Erotica, Rom-com, Paranormal Comedy


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Featured Book:

And Then You Die

Genre: humor

When she unexpectedly dies, Mackenzie Bowen lacks the paperwork she needs to pass into The Beyond. To avoid sitting in a waiting room for centuries, Mack is paired with Leon, a miserable Reaper, and hopes to either undo her death or earn her spot beyond the pearly gates.


Twenty-three-year-old Mackenzie 'Mack' Bowen thought she'd get more of a shot at life before a fatal accident puts all her plans on hold. Dead and resigned to that fact, she's shocked when her soul is collected by a Reaper named Leon, who has arrived to take her to The Beyond.

While the idea of the end doesn't sit well with her, the pair soon discovers that she doesn't have the paperwork to get past the pearly gates. Faced with a choice between a centuries-long wait on an appeal hearing and taking a job to earn her spot, Mack chooses the latter and becomes Leon's partner, much to the pair's chagrin.

But it seems whoever engineered her unexpected passing isn't done yet, and Mack soon finds herself in the middle of a tangled web of lies, secrets, prowling Hell Hounds, and, most frightening of all, corporate bureaucracy.

About the Author

Clarissa North is a British author, reader, hopeless romantic, and a co-founder of WritersConnX.

Fuelled by tea, sarcasm, and a love of cats, she loves to create complex and dramatic tales set in far-off places.

Clarissa is a member of the Wattpad Paid Stories program, a Wattpad Creator, and a Wattys 2018 longlisted author. She is represented by Spencerhill Associates.

You can also find her stories on Radish Fiction where she has a combined read count of over 3.1 million.

Clarissa will also be self-publishing on Amazon under her name and the erotica pen name 'Reina Frost', and is working on traditionally published titles.


teen fiction
contemporary lit