New Covers and Free Book

As promised, I’m going to show you the new covers for the first three books in the series. Let’s be honest here. When the heroes of the first three stories – Misha, Aleksei, and Sergei – found out that the 4th and 5th books in the series were getting shiny new covers, there was no way they were staying out of the party.

So they ALL got new covers. And I love, love, love the new covers.

So let’s start with Misha’s book, Demons Will Be Demons. And even better, to celebrate the two new releases this summer, for a limited time Misha is FREE at the retailers. So if you haven’t started this series, why not check out Misha’s book now!

But first – let’s take a moment to admire the new cover!

FREE:   Amazon  |  ibooks   |  Kobo   |  B&N 

When missions go awry…

Misha Sokolov is one frustrated demon. While his professional life with the Bureau of Supernatural Relations is rewarding, his romantic prospects are far more challenging.

When Misha finally meets an amazing demon female who could be The One, Fate conspires against him. With the escalating tensions between the earth and realm demons, and his newest case involving supernatural seven-year-old twins, he’s too busy for romance.

Callie, a human female, can’t seem to convince her half-demon sons that using their powers in front of humans is a bad thing. The more time Misha spends with her, the more he realizes she’s keeping secrets. When these secrets jeopardize both her and her sons, Misha will stop at nothing to keep them safe. Because instead of conspiring against him, Fate may have put a spunky, green-eyed woman and her incorrigible sons in his path for a reason.

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