When Mackenzie Murphy goes looking for her father she finds herself caught in the middle of a demon war between three rival families. Still trying to master her own demon abilities, who can she trust to help her? The mysterious Lucien? Or Taryn, the son of the enemy? With all three families hunting for a talisman that could shift the balance of power, Mackenzie must get to it first and finish what her father started, or die trying.
Mackenzie Murphy thought her demon troubles were behind her, but with Taryn as her new roommate and his father still out to kill him, it seems there's no getting away from them. When Taryn begins to act erratically, Mackenzie discovers that he has to face the consequences for saving her life. Deadly consequences. So it's up to Mackenzie to save him, while avoiding the attention of a local cop and her homicidal boss. Maybe demons are the least of her worries.
Daemon Battle by S.K. Gregory COMING FALL 2016
Go grab some good reads! I'll be back - much, much sooner than last time, I promise, and hopefully with an awesome cover reveal of my own. *grins*
Thank you for hanging in there with me.
And for all of you who are grieving, who are depressed, who are stressed, who feel like they bathed in concrete and every step is a weary one....it may not seem like it now, but it will pass. It will lift. Sometimes you have to choose to let it, but if you find yourself contemplating ending your own life for the sake of relief from it, please reconsider.
Please know you are loved.
Please know you are not trapped, and this life really can be what you choose to make it. Peel a layer off each day that weighs you down. Find someway to shed it. Seek help and get it. No matter how horrible your heart aches, no matter how much your soul trembles, there is a lot of peace to be found just by reaching out to someone - anyone.
As jaded as I may be at times, I still believe there is far more good in this world than evil, and there are far more beautiful moments yet to be lived. Sometimes all you need is a little dusting. There's no shame picking yourself up off the ground because, by God, you are still alive to do it.
Choose to live for those who couldn't.
And by all means, find yourself. Stop living in the shadow of what this 80 hour workweek world has created and ask yourself who you are at heart, and what it is you need to do to be happy. Work your way to it.