Coming 2015: Demon Hunting with a Dixie Deb
Demon Hunting Series, Book 4
Blond, perky Sassy Peterson is one of the Petersons, the richest, most influential family in the small town of Hannah, Alabama. But Sassy knows nothing about being a Peterson, a family rife with dangerous secrets and strange talents. Sassy was raised by her mother, kept safely tucked away from the rest of the clan and the Peterson “curse.”
Until now, that is. Sassy’s brother dies, leaving everything to Sassy, including the timber mill that started the family fortune. Determined to rid herself of her unwanted inheritance, Sassy sets out for Hannah to sell the mill, and promptly sinks her stepfather’s prize Maserati in the creek.
She’s rescued by a lipsmackingly-gorgeous-but-stern hottie with muscles out the wahzoo and delusions of being, of all things, a demon hunter. Grimford Dalvahni is off the charts on the hot-o-meter, but wacko. Definitely wacko.
Or maybe not. Hannah, Sassy soon learns, is a sinkhole of supernatural weirdness. There are fairies, ghosts, demons, witches, and a half-human-half-demon species known as demonoids. This is all surprising, but not nearly as shocking as Sassy’s discovery that she’s a demonoid, too. Which makes her interest in a certain yummy demon hunter awkward, to say the least.
And that’s not all. Thanks to a magical mishap in the woods, Sassy has been infused with fairy essence, resulting in unanticipated magical outbursts and out-of-control hair follicles, particularly in times of stress. Or whenever Grimford Dalvahni gets anywhere near her. Grim really gets Sassy’s motor purring, but rainbow sparkly hair? Eek! A fashion faux pas like that can get you drummed right out of the Lala Lavender League.
Kicked out of the club? A fate worse than death to Sassy, or it would have been before coming to Hannah. Sassy soon learns that being a social pariah is nothing compared to having a pissed off witch called the Howling Hag of Catman Road on your trail. The Hag wanted Sassy’s fairy infusion for herself. Accident or no accident, she blames Sassy for taking it. Nobody, but nobody, steals from the Hag and lives to tell about it. The Hag means to take her property back, even if she has to boil and distill the newest debutante in town to do it.