A new urban fantasy series faintly reminiscent of Amanda M. Lee from the bestselling author of Water Witch Who reaps the souls of the Supernatural?
The text said one thing: COME ALONE.
Ayla doesn't believe in monsters. There are only bad people with bad intentions. But she does believe in helping someone in need. So when a text from a long lost friend flickers across her cell phone, asking to meet at the abandoned Gothic cathedral downtown, she can't resist answering the call.
Except her friend isn't there when she arrives. Instead there's a tattooed maniac bent on making her his next victim.
That's when Ayla discovers that not only is she surrounded by monsters, but she is actually one of them.
Grim is the first installment of the hot new Reaper's Redemption series, an urban fantasy collection with supernatural creatures of all kinds and an unexpected love triangle. If you enjoy clean but romantic stories with supernatural beings and heroes in unexpected places, you will want to pick up your copy of Grim.
DOWNLOAD it today and find out if you believe in monsters.
About the author
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A writer who always seems to write to the left of mainstream where the tropes are left wriggling in the dust, Thea likes her tales a bit gritty, a little bit sexy, and always a little bit dark. Her favorite stories involve flawed, angsty beings who aren't necessarily human smack dab in the middle of a dark, unsettling circumstance with no choice but to kick their way through to the light. She writes a mish mash of things, has a black lab she adores and a house on the Atlantic shores where she can see the lobster boats sail into harbor. Life is good.
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