Book three of the Diamond Peak Series is available for purchase NOW, and wow, it feels great to have it out at last. If you’re wondering how the sequels to Lethal Inheritance can come out so fast, it’s because I wrote the books between 2007 and 2010, and refined them while my agent searched for a publisher. All I’ve had to do since book one came out at the end of last year is revise and edit them. Though Demon’s Grip was the most difficult book to write due to its tricky concepts about the difference between love and attachment and liking and craving, thanks to my wonderful team of beta readers and editors it’s been a relatively smooth process with an outcome that I’m very happy with.
I’m particularly grateful to my editor, Krisi Keley for challenging my meaning and wording. She helped me to say what I want to say as clearly as possible–the mark of an excellent editor. Thank you, Krisi.
To mark this milestone, Lethal Inheritance, book one in the series, is only 99c on Kobo and Kindle until Friday the 5th of July. Don’t miss this chance to pick up the beginning of this unique, new adult, contemporary fantasy series for less than the price of a cup of coffee. Really, what are you waiting for?
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So what is Demon’s Grip all about?
In this pivotal installment in the series, Ariel faces her greatest challenge yet, a demon that preys on her inexperience in matters of the heart.
Despite her efforts to avoid it, she falls in love with Nick, and when he leaves Sheldra on an errand, her comforting fantasies lure Emot, the third of the Master Demon’s bodyguards to her side. Feeding him is strangely pleasurable, but the more she succumbs to his seduction, the greater the risk of falling prey to addiction and becoming the demon’s mindless slave.
Nick, assisted by the Noble Ones, takes it upon himself to save Ariel from herself, but the difficulty of the task threatens to break his heart. Though a heartening prophecy is revealed, new allies are found, a fire escaped and a battle won, in the end, Ariel must face the demon alone.
What people are saying about the Series.
“I can’t even begin to describe all of the action you’ll find in this highly imaginative journey. This is a fantastic depiction of a fight between good and evil.” Crazy Four Books.
“A magical world with an exceptionally well-written ribbon of “real world” weaved throughout.” Twisted Sense Book Blog.
“This world is the context for Ariel, a young woman in the grip of a prophecy, desperately trying to rescue her mother before her mother is killed… or worse.” Ruthanne Reid, author of The Sundered.
“A beautifully written, exciting fantasy-adventure with vibrant description.” Krisi Keley, author of Mareritt.
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