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Savannah is haunted by more than just ghosts.
Life used to be simple for Betty “Boo” Boorman: work all week, then go ghost hunting on the weekends in America’s most haunted city. Betty’s life gets a lot more complicated when a haunting turns violent and the only one who can help is a handsome stranger who claims to be a demon. Suddenly, life is dangerous and uncertain for Betty, her best friend Daisy, and the rest of The Savannah Spirit Seekers. Before it’s all over, Betty will fall for a demon, face zombies, fight demon hunters, and realize that sometimes, the living are a lot more terrifying than ghosts.
This four-book series includes the bonus short story Ghost of a Soldier, featuring Betty and her rival ghost hunter Carter Lansford teaming up on Halloween.
Amends: A Paranormal Women’s Fiction Series
(A Diana Hawthorne Supernatural Mystery Book 2)
by Carissa Andrews
For as psychic as she is, shit goes sideways far too often around Diana Hawthorne.
Diana now has everything she ever wanted—her memories, and the soul mate she didn’t realize she was missing. There’s just one problem… the old gods expect her to make amends for her absence. And her work starts now.
But time lost as the Oracle isn’t the only thing she has to atone for. Her friend Demetri was stripped of his powers—and it was all her fault. Unfortunately, Demetri wants nothing to do with her. To make matters worse, people flocking to Inner Sanctum to have a word with her. However, one case, in particular, hits her radar and despite herself, she can’t shake it. A 14-year-old boy is wrapped up with a deadly governmental agency and he’s scared to death. And he should be—they want to weaponize his power.
Torn between what was and what is, Diana struggles to fully embrace who she’s becoming. Will she be able to help Demetri and make things right? Or will her new role mean leaving the past behind?
The Iron Crown
(Dragon Spirits Book 1)
by L.L. MacRae
Fenn’s first and only memory is finding himself in the middle of a forest, face to face with a dragon spirit mocking him, all knowledge gone apart from his own name.
Lost and confused, his only hope for answers is Calidra—a woman living on the edge of the world with her partner. Forced to return home when her father dies, Calidra has put off facing her estranged mother for seven years, and she begrudgingly helps Fenn, forging papers for him so he can avoid the Queen’s Inquisitors.
But her mother is the least of her worries when they discover an ancient enemy is rising again. It should be impossible with the Iron Crown in power—and Fenn is terrified he might unwittingly be playing a part in the war’s resurgence.
Surrounded by vengeful spirits and powerful magic, Fenn’s desperate attempt to find his way home might well alter the fate of Tassar, and every power in it.
Foreboding: A Black Eyed Witch Novel
(The Black Eyed Witch Book 2)
by Rowan Staeffler
Lithia is a witch and possesses the natural inhuman strength, healing ability, and long lifespan that all witches have. Ronan, her lover, is a human royal guard and a former witch hunter. Together they travel the kingdom, hired by cities and villages to eliminate the creatures that prey on their citizens.
While defending a town against an attack, the humans inexplicably turn on them. When the battle is over, no human is left alive. Word of the bloodbath spreads, and enraged humans blame the witches for the deaths.
On the run and desperate for answers, every place they stop has new tales of similar massacres across the land. They discover a group of Naguals, hideous shape-shifting brutes, are behind the humans’ attacks on witches. A race against time begins as Lithia and Ronan hunt the Naguals while being chased by the very humans they are trying to save. If they don’t stop the Naguals, both humans and witches will be at their mercy and the world as they know it will be over.