I'm excited to announce that Devil Take Me, the fourth book in the urban fantasy Demon Huntress series is now out at an online retailer near you! Gin Crawford returns for another adrenaline-racing adventure. This time a demon is loose in Dallas wreaking havoc and her demon-killing employer seems to be harboring its own demon. She needs the help of her guardian mage, Aidan Smythe, to track down the demons, but he's not speaking to her. What's an demon hunting empath to do? Check out the blurb and excerpt, then get your copy to find out!
At age fourteen, my mom introduced me to romance books. On
our summer breaks, she took us to the library. Our reads had to last two weeks
and then she would take us back. I was such a fast reader. I read mine,
sometimes twice, and sometimes, my sisters’ books too.
One day, I was totally bored. Nothing new to read. So I
asked Mom if we could go to the library, a day off from our regular schedule.
She firmed her lips and gave me an interesting look. Then she reached for her
handbag, stashed on a shelf in a built-in bookcase. She pushed a small
paperback in my hands and said, “Read this.”
On the front was a picture of a couple, a dark-headed girl
turned away from a man with brown hair wearing a suit. The author’s name was Emilie
Loring. I flipped the book over and read the back cover blurb. Hmmm, I thought,
and went to my room where I plopped on my bed and began.
Last year was trying in a lot of ways for lots of people including me. I had a lot of changes on the job front and the home front. But that’s all in the past and I’m ready to move forward in the new year.
I wrote a lot in 2017 but some of it hasn’t made it to publication yet. I finished three novels, one a major revision, one new and as-yet unpublished and one published and for sale (On the Hunt for the Wizard King).
I’ve made some career decisions for 2018 regarding the books and have decided to phase out all the contemporary romances on January 20. They’ll be gone and permanent out of print. I may do something with them someday, but for now, they’re all going away. It wasn’t an easy decision, but the more I thought about it, the more I realized those books are not really part of my brand anymore.