Morning everyone!  Hope your holidays are going well.  I'm surely enjoying mine.

Here's today's Sunday Six, from my upcoming release, Marked for Death, the last in the Inherited Damnation series.  It releases January 16th.


Another heavy fist slammed into him, only this one turned the emptiness that threatened to suck him down into a bottomless abyss into a field of electricity.  The very air around him snapped with the intangible charge they had shared from the moment of first meeting.  For an instant, he forgot the years that separated them, the death she’d suffered at his hands.  He knew only the deep need to touch Solène.  To connect with everything she was and become part of it.  Part of her.


Marked for Death
Inherited Damnation, Book VIII

Taran McLaine knows the agony of his incubus father's curse more intimately than his siblings. A century ago he murdered the only woman he ever loved. When he finds her alive, he's faced with the ultimate heartbreak. They have no chance at a future--he's done all he can to insure that on his day of judgment the ancestors will deny him a mortal life.

Years ago, Solene Larouche embraced Taran and the dark curse that cloaked him. She knew the risk she faced, but when Drandar pulls her back to life, she agrees to aid the demon and damn Taran to eternal suffering. One look at the man who held her heart so long ago, however, changes her mind. She must find a way to free him, even if it means condemning herself to eternity as Drandar's slave.

As Samhain approaches, Solene and Taran conspire to destroy Drandar. But will their combined effort enable them to kill the incubus or will they be cast into Drandar's own special Hell and all hope of their renewed love marked for death?


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2 Responses so far.

  1. Wow, powerful six, really intriguing! Best wishes on the Release...

  2. Thanks, Veronica!

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