It has arrived!
Olivia is an exceptionally talented killer with a dark past and a questionable future. As the head executioner for the Supernatural Council of the eastern United States, she patrols her territory delivering justice and death without remorse.
Currently she is being stalked.
Pfft, someone or rather some supernatural didn’t take their meds if they thought they could hunt her. Let’s be honest, she is enjoying the challenge and loving the fact that she gets to slice and dice once she finds them. Silly, silly supernatural.
Of course, her stalker has been busy and it’s disgusting, heart wrenching work cleaning up, but someone has to do it. If only the idiot stalker was her one and only problem.
Blake, who has grown to be an important part of her life, has a secret, and he isn’t sharing.
Kass, her best friend, is marrying a shifter and drawing Olivia into a central role of Shifter politics she would rather avoid.
Finally Governor Hash has found an exceptionally speedy way to end up on her most likely to kill list.
Olivia is giving serious thought to revising her policy on not killing humans.
If you are interested in beta reading book 2 of The Succubus Executioner, Demigod Down please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send you a copy!
Yeah, I am pretty freaking excited about this cover! Thanks to ebooklaunch for far exceeding my expectations!
Since edits are taking a bit longer than expected, here is a sneak peak at the summary for Demigod Down.
Olivia is being stalked.
Olivia, Head Executioner for the Supernatural Council. Pfft, someone or rather some supernatural didn’t take their meds if they thought they could hunt her. Let’s all be honest, she is enjoying the challenge and loving the fact that she gets to slice and dice once she finds them. Silly, silly supernatural.
Of course, her stalker has been busy and it’s disgusting, heart wrenching work cleaning up, but someone has to do it. If only the stalker was her only problem.
Blake, who has grown to be large central part of her life, has a secret and he isn’t sharing.
Kass, her best friend, is getting married to a shifter and drawing Olivia into politics she would rather avoid, and finally Governor Hash has found an exceptionally speedy way to end up on her most likely to kill list.
Olivia is giving thought to revising her policy on not killing humans.
So, it might be a bit overreaching, but I have decided while working on final edits of The Succubus Executioner Book 2, I will also be participating in National Novel Writing Month, also known as NaNoWriMo. Don’t worry, edits of Olivia’s journey will take precedent over the new novel, which I am still trying to narrow down.
In the meantime if anyone would like to be a beta reader for book 2, please email me at email@example.com.
Or if you would like to try you own hand at writing a novel in November, sign up and friend me at http://nanowrimo.org/.
If you enjoyed Dead Shifter Walking, I think you will love The Recruit: Book 1 by Elizabeth Kelly.
I’ll be honest, I love stories with bad ass, brutal, lethal lady killers and The Recruit delivers perfectly. Add a fantastic plot line and a forbidden steamy romance and I’m fairly certain I finished the entire book in one day. Followed by immediately purchasing book 2 in the series.
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“Who sent you?” I asked circling the scared little human.
She was about to hyperventilate.
“They tell you only to ask questions?” I asked sitting on the table my leather pants sliding back as I swung my legs.
Using my feet to pull her chair between my legs I savored the yelp that left her lips as she still refused to look at me. Bending at the waist I put my lips next to her ear, “Did they have a plan for you, if I arrived?”
She swallowed, terrified, and I smiled pulling back watching her smudged lipstick.
“This puts me in a very bad place.” I told her shaking form with a sigh.
The door opened as Grams stood arms crossed disapprovingly over her chest. “Are you finished terrifying her?”
I smiled, “You ruin all my fun.” I answered sliding off the table, pushing her back with my feet.
Rolling her eyes she walked away calling over her shoulder, “We have work to do.”
Turning back to the interviewer I smiled showing all my pretty white teeth, “Welcome to employment in the Council.”
Her bottom lip quivered.
“Hi.” Jerry greeted smiling widely.
The interviewer didn’t bother responding. She was close to her wits end, after being threatened and terrified, not to mention stone walled. But the young, thin black man in front of her exuded a childlike innocence her lip couldn’t help but twitch.
“How do you know Olivia?” She asked softy.
“Drive Ms. Olivia ‘round.” He answered, downplaying the intelligence that glimmered in his dark eyes.
“You assist her with her investigations?” She asked foolishly expecting an honest answer.
“Nope,” Jerry said still giving her the innocent act.
“You didn’t help her with rouge witches?” She asked shocked.
“No, ma’m.” He said again straight faced.
“Didn’t help her bring down the illusive puppet master?” She tried again recalling newspaper headlines.
“Can’t say I recall that, and I reckon I should.” He said snorting when he laughed.
Sitting back against her metal chair she was dumbfounded at the loyalty the mysterious Olivia encouraged.