Claiming the Evil Dead author Mary Abshire on hot alphas & catching evil tail
Another year has flown by. I constantly ask, where did my time go? I work a regular full-time job like most people and write in my spare time (evenings and weekends). Well, in less than a year, I had 4 books published in my Soul Catcher series. When I began writing the series 2 years ago, I never thought I'd have 4 books published. Sure, I believed my characters could go on and have many tales to tell, but 4 in one year? Crazy. And that's how my life was for 2011. Now it's easy to see how quickly the time passed.
December 26, 2011
Review: Claiming The Evil Dead (The Soul Catcher series #1) by Mary Abshire
Jessie, thanks to her demon father, possesses an unusual ability. She makes an exception her no-supernaturals policy when Drake, an ancient vampire who knows her secret, approaches her with a job offer. Sparks fly while she and Drake hunt down an evil, child-murdering vampire. Then, Jessie meets a flirtatious demon who makes no secret of his desire to know her better. As if deciding between two utterly tempting males isn't enough, vampire bounty hunters are out to kidnap her, too, and a little girl's life is at stake. Will Jessie have to sacrifice her love to save the child and give the evil vampire exactly what he deserves? Hang on for the ride, because Claiming The Evil Dead is a [...]
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