Or was it sabotaged...
Shade is a witch, not an exorcist. But when two priests are killed during an exorcism, the surviving witness begs Shade to find out who–or what–is responsible.
And what good is a private investigator who's afraid of the tough cases?
Danger mounts as Shade plunges into a world of hedonism to wade through the muddy waters of good vs evil. If she's going to survive against the army of enemies piling up, she's going to need help. But who can she trust when the demon who survived the exorcism creates chaos among allies and suspects alike?After all, with the proper temptation, anyone can be corrupted...
The Blood Trails series is a fusion of contemporary fantasy and cozy mystery that combines a classic private investigator/whodunnit with the sarcasm, magic, and pulse-pounding battles that have made the urban fantasy genre so famous. Join a witch detective and her quirky pixie familiar as they take on vampires, werewolves, wizards, sorceresses, and a whole lot more. After all, nothing relieves stress like a little magic, mayhem…and murder.
All of my books are written in the same universe (yes, the Blood Trails series is contemporary, not historical like the Blood Prince/Blood Realm series—so you’ll have to read Deadline to find out how I managed that…). Be ready for crossovers and cameos!
About the author
USA Today bestselling author Jennifer Blackstream is...odd. Putting aside the fact that she writes her own author bio in third person, she also sleeps with a stuffed My Little Pony that her grandmother bought her as a joke for her 23rd birthday, and she enjoys listening to Fraggle Rock soundtracks whether or not her children are in the car.
Jennifer doesn't have spare time, but she makes it a point to spend at least one night a week with her sibling binge-watching whatever show they're currently plowing through (currently Numbers on Netflix), and she ferociously guards quality time with her son and daughter. She cooks when she has the sanity for it--adding garlic to the recipe whether it calls for it or not--and tries very hard not to let her arachnophobia keep her out of her basement on laundry day.
Jennifer's influences include Terry Pratchett (for wit), Laurell K. Hamilton (for sexual tension), Jim Butcher (for roguish flair), and Kim Harrison (for mythos). She is currently writing the series of her heart and her dreams, the series that has been percolating in her brain for the last decade...Blood Trails. An Urban Fantasy Mystery series that will combine the classic whodunit spirit with a contemporary fantasy setting. Expect mystery, magic, and mayhem, with characters that will make you laugh, cry, and probably stare at the screen with your jaw hanging down to the floor. Well, that's how they affect Jennifer anyway...