When Ginny Jones finds herself in Sedona, she has the
lingering memory of a hot kiss and a sudden compulsion to
visit distant relatives. The fog soon clears and she
realizes she has somehow been sent here by her BFF's
gorgeous college buddy, Alton. Gorgeous, yes, but the words
arrogant and jackass also applied all too well. And
why the hell would she have been kissing him? She was not a
woman who gave out even that much of her favors, especially
to a man who pissed her off with his egotistical attitudes.
She didn't have much time to contemplate reasons or revenge
though, not with the local pets growing multiple rows of
teeth and red glowing eyes. You haven't known horror until
you see a fluffy pet bunny trying to tear out its owner's
When Alton, exiled aristocrat from the fabled world of
Lemuria, realizes he has sent Ginny into danger instead of
keeping her from harm, he knows he must move quickly to
resolve the matter. If the demons are erupting from a Sedona
vortex, it must be closed before the invaders overwhelm this
world and threaten others. The last thing he
needs is her sexy body and sassy ways distracting him from
his role as the only Lemurian to carry death to the demons.
His crystal sword, Hellfire, is the first to gain sentience
in many centuries. He owes it to himself and to his people
to give his last breath in battle, if need be.
In book two of her Demonslayers series, Douglas moves the
action to a slightly wider stage and explores more of
Alton's back story. Eddy, Dax, Willow and Bumper return in
this book as well, fighting alongside the main characters.
HELLFIRE is a solid entry in the Paranormal Romance genre,
with moments of humor counterbalancing the excitement and
jeopardy in the storyline.
As night falls in Abyss, an evil beyond measure awakens in
secret--an evil that the Demonslayers must vanquish in Kate
Douglas's sensational new paranormal romance. . .
Dark Flames A new, more dangerous vortex has opened in the
besieged Earth and the innocent souls of animals are being
invaded by the malevolent strength of a powerful demon. For
Ginny Jones, there can be no greater wrong--and to make it
right, she joins forces with the Lemurian, Alton, a
hard-bodied hero not of her world. Under a black moon,
pitched battles for the survival of all that is good will be
fought once more. The heat of their sensual passion
emboldens the two wYarriors. . .but such passion may well
betray them. . .
Yet Alton is willing to make the ultimate sacrifice--life
itself--for the human woman he loves. But time is fast
running out. . .and time, like fire, devours all. . .