His first day of work wasn't what Martin Cunningham expected. A sultry boss, a classy receptionist, the drama-queen foreigner, and a painfully shy techie who prefers hiding to human interaction, was the oddest group of characters he'd ever met. When an assassination attempt is made against his new boss, Martin comes face to face with the stuff of nightmares.
Now he and his new co-workers must race to prevent another attack, but where do they start? There's very little to go on, and the only solid piece of evidence escaped through the u-bend in the toilet. By the end of the day, Martin becomes one of the privileged few who really understands what lies in the shadows, and what it means to work in Terin Global.
Terin Global is on the brink of exposure. Something Detective Raleigh Darch could do with a simple warrant.
Yet there are other problems. The increase of paranormal activity worries Jezryall and dregs up personal demons for some of her staff. A planned visit to the Spire-a forgotten relic from the ancient world leaves them with more questions than answers, along with a cryptic message from the spirit of a werewolf.
One thing is certain; something is stirring within the bowels of Hell. Jezryall and her team must discover the reason behind the increase in demon activity before things become too big for even them to handle.
Amelia Saint thinks she’s losing her mind.
Demonic visions have left Amelia doubting her sanity. To her horror, she learns her husband bargained the soul of their eldest child to the demon Korthos, to fulfill an apocalyptic prophecy, Worse, she discovers Henry plans to use the souls of their two younger children to solidify his place of honour in the hell-on-earth that is to come.
With help from strangers adept in the occult, she discovers a way to keep her children alive. If Amelia can prevent Korthos from taking full possession of her son’s body for seventy-two hours, the pact will be broken and Henry will be imprisoned in the bowels of Hell.
Henry knows this too.
Amelia must stay one step ahead, but as the deadline approaches and the forces of evil close in, her chances of keeping her children alive run out.
The demon within Pele volcano forewarned Jezryall about the coming maelstrom, but it may have been in vain.
Trapped in Hell, Barb Dole discovers the plan is already in motion. When unleashed, it will bring destruction on a Biblical scale, but doubts surround her co-worker's capability to fight this threat, especially when Martin Cunningham's position within the group is finally revealed.
Undermined by fear, their only saving grace may be time as they summon an ancient deity whose allegiance toward the Human race is questionable. With an unexpected ally residing in Hell, Jezryall and her team may have the advantage, but for how long?
Death has touched Jezryall and her team, but their mourning is cut short as the minions of hell step up their plans of kick-starting the apocalypse.
The arrival of old friends bring some much needed laughter and good memories, as well as a possible key to stopping the coming maelstrom. Yes even as Daniel's powers are re-awakened, Jezryall's concerns about the Goddess's motives, questions her loyalty to the deity, and as internal conflict rise with each of her staff, the extra tension strains her own self-control.As the team is drawn in several directions, they must push aside their own doubts and personal demons, or risk the fulfillment of a prophecy that would see the end of their world.
Victims of ritual sacrifices are showing up in one graveyard, and sixteen-year-old sensitive Janet Weiss is the only witness the police have.
With Janet's safety in question, Jezryall enlists the help of Rowan, a Wiccan Priestess and old friend. When followers of dark magic kidnap Janet in a brazen
daylight attack, Jezryall and her team make a stand against the continuing threat.
The balance between good and evil is being methodically destroyed, and Janet's unintentional witnessing of the latest ritual may not be by accident. Jezryall and her staff must rescue the teen and stop the culprits before the balance of power is tilted more in favour of evil.
Failure is not an option, or Janet's soul won't be the only one condemned to Hell.