#NewRelease @eXtasyBooks A Demon’s Salvation

A Demon’s Salvation, book 4 in the Demons Hearts series, is out today! It was supposed to be the last book in the series, but I got requests from people who wanted to know the story of other characters, so I’m planning another two books in the series 🙂

The book will be available on Amazon on August 3.

Sometimes you have to look past your prejudices to do the right thing.

Caelan is going crazy, or at least that’s what it feels like. He’s having black-outs, waking up in places he can’t remember going to, losing hours and sometimes even days, and he has no idea what he does during the times he can’t remember.

Until he wakes up to find a severed head on his bed.

Jordan didn’t mean to get involved in this case. He’s a detective, a human detective, and he shouldn’t care what happens to demons. He doesn’t even like demons. But when more and more of them are found torn apart, he worries and decides to give the League the info so they can do something about it before more people get hurt.

The last person Jordan would have suspected of being behind the brutal murders is Aiden’s pretty, delicate-looking brother. When he finds Caelan with yet another body, he surprises himself by taking Caelan home rather than delivering him to the League. He’s even more surprised when the League decides to help.

They might not be able to, though Caelan is possessed, and the demon inside him is strong. Is it too strong for Caelan survive? And why does Jordan feel the need to stick by Caelan and make sure he’ll be okay? What will that mean for his job—for his life?



#New Release @eXtasyBooks Beck

Beck is book 3 in the Council Assassins series. As always, it will be available on Amazon one week from now, on July 20.

Sometimes you have to believe people can see the real you even when you can’t.

When Beck accepted a job working for the council full-time, he did it to be close to Roark. After so many years apart, he was looking forward to bonding with his best friend again. He gets more than he’d bargained for when he finds his mate as soon as he steps into the house the council assassins live in.

Armand went through what all the assassins went through—he was taken from his life and his family, locked in a lab, and experimented on. The result is that he can become any person he wants to become. It might be an asset when it comes to his job as a council assassin, but it makes it hard to remember who he is.

Beck doesn’t want to push Armand, not when it’s obvious Armand is struggling. But when Armand is sent on a mission and doesn’t come back, Beck lies to the other assassins and tells them he and Armand are bonded to get them to rescue his mate. They save him, but his mission has consequences for a lot of people—including Beck. Will Armand be able to open up to his mate? What will happen when someone shoots Beck, pushing Armand to take care of things by himself?