When one of her coaches goes missing, fixing the club’s tarnished reputation becomes the least of Lotte’s problems. Especially as her mission to locate Voit puts her in the path of the one person she desperately hoped to avoid.
Refusing to subject herself to Isa Vogt’s volatile presence for a second time, Lotte forms an unconventional alliance with a demon who’s set on bringing her coach to safety. But a common goal isn’t the only thing Lotte and Afanasiy share.
As their attraction deepens and the string of disappearances shifts to murders, Lotte can’t bring herself to walk away. From the demon or the case.
When Avvyr is taken into a mythical forest on the coast of Lianthe, he realizes there is a deeper, grimmer truth to every story. Even his own.
In his nineteen years of life, Avvyr has only ever followed the rigid code of survival, not making a stand even in the most difficult of circumstances. Yet now, working as a blacksmith for noblemen who flirt with madness and chase tainted prosperity he cannot ignore the impulse to act.
But while his intentions are pure, the journey he brings upon himself thins the divide between light and darkness, entrapping him in the very cage he had wanted the world to escape.
Forged in Flames is the older, sinister brother to The Iron Head Trilogy.
The novel can be read as a standalone, or after the trilogy for maximum enjoyment.
Lana Ambrose has always walked a thin line between light and darkness. However, dancing on the precipice is quite different from plunging into the void headfirst.
When an unknown threat forces her to seek out Alin, a dangerous gang leader and powerful demon lord, Lana realizes the void just might be her only choice.
To save her life, she has to allow Alin to use her beloved zombie bar as a front for his black marketeering. Losing her autonomy over her business is bad enough. But what Lana fears more than anything is losing her heart to a career criminal who seems to care for her just a little too much.
Since THE DARK ONES will be released next month, I believe a little note of thank you is in order.
LeeRoy helped me work on the novel from Day 1! Always lounging by my side (or in my lap) as I sat behind the computer; not to mention the numerous kisses in-between. Thank you for all the love and support, honey!
Merkaba wasn’t here when the whole journey with The Dark Ones kicked-off, but he joined in when the editing process began and has been by my side ever since. The little one gave fantastic support by constantly sleeping in my lap. Oh, and by trying to chew on my fingers if they weren’t giving him enough attention.
Seriously, writing with these two dudes by my side is always such a treat! And not to mention: we are already happily working on the next novel in the Black Werewolves series.