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About Debra Dunbar
Debra lives in a little house in the woods with her three sons, and a Noah's ark of four legged family members. She drives a gigantic diesel SUV, couldn't carry a tune if you duct taped it to her back, and enjoys an occasional cosmopolitan (heavy on the vodka). On a good day, she jogs and horseback rides, hopefully managing to keep the horse between herself and the ground. Her only known super power is 'Identify Roadkill'.
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Eden Alvaro is a licensed Vulture, picking through the aftermath of violence in demon-plagued LA, and fencing her finds to help support her family. But when a crooked cop reports her for a salvage she didn’t take, all hell breaks loose.
Stripped of her license, Eden finds herself with a price on her head. When the mercenaries hunting her raid her home, brutalize her family and abduct one of her sisters, Eden turns to the enigmatic Bishop—a man with a reputation for violence who, for the right price, can find just about anything or anyone.
With time running out to find her sister before she’s sold into slavery, Eden is determined to get her back—even if she has to slaughter her way through a gang affiliated with the traffickers and face down one of the powerful demons in control of the city.
She’ll need every bit of her burgeoning magical powers to bring her sister back alive—and she’ll need to put herself in debt to Bishop. But when it comes to her family, no price is too high for Eden to pay.
When she discovers her target is a man she once knew and loved—one who vanished from her and her family’s lives the day he turned eighteen—Eden is torn between her promise to the tax demons and old loyalties.
Drew wants her to join him and work to return LA to the humans, but he doesn’t know the real Eden—the one who most definitely isn’t human. Would he change his mind if he knew the truth? And is LA better off swapping one master for another?
Eden faces two options: Return to her human life and leave Bishop and her shifter friends behind, or cross the line to find a place among the “others” and risk losing human friends and family.
As tensions rise between humans and supernatural beings Eden is caught in the crossfire of loyalty and betrayal with the winner taking all—including LA.
The imp is not happy.
Sam has not only found herself ruling Hel but also responsible for the demon controlled section of North America, elven labor relations, and Amber’s bachelorette party. The bachelorette party thing is kinda cool, but the bridesmaid dress she’s got to wear isn’t, and neither is the fact that Gabe is going to be the one accompanying her down the aisle.
Worse, Lux has misunderstood his duties in the upcoming nuptials and Sam can’t brush this problem under the rug.
A terrible evil is coming, and only an imp can stop it—an imp wearing a puffy puce taffeta gown and carrying a bouquet of roses.
Maintaining the town wards is the only witch-magic Cassandra Perkins performs—well, except for that time she set her ex-boyfriend's pants on fire. But when she gets stuck defending a man who claims to be the son of the devil against assault charges, Cassie finds herself firing up amulets and dusting off her broomstick.
When the werewolf he assaulted turns up missing, the additional charges pile on. Cassie needs to find the missing werewolf, clear her client's name, and get him out of town before she loses her heart.
Who knew a demon could be so hellishly sexy? Or that his arrival could cause so much trouble in a town full of werewolves, trolls, and harpies?
Having to go through all this with Ethan.
He’s the walking stereotype of a rich, privileged dude-bro, and it was the worst day of my life when the aliens grabbed him along with me.
I need to learn how to survive, to find food and shelter and not get eaten by the monsters that roam this place. I need to figure out where I am, and why these slug-like aliens keep showing up to gawk and throw canned tuna at me. And I need a cup of coffee. I seriously need a cup of coffee.
Most of all, I need to not kill Ethan, because although he’s a jerk, at least he’s a human jerk. Besides, I might need to trade him for a spaceship ride home.
Life was pretty sweet until my hellhound bit one of them. Then I accidently killed him—the werewolf, not my hellhound. Now I need to help the local alpha track down and destroy a rogue angel or I’ll lose everything important to me, like my Corvette, and my awesome house with a pool.
Might wind up dead. Might wind up back in Hel. Might just pull something impish and manage to wiggle my way out of the whole mess.
WARNING: This completed series has laugh-out loud antics, an OCD werewolf, and a sexy angel. Get ready to binge read this bestselling antihero urban fantasy series!
The remote possibility of an attack on Aaru isn’t Sam’s only problem. Lows are being snatched off the streets of Dis, and hauled away to the home of an Ancient demon never to be seen again—and a few of the missing Lows belong to Sam’s household.
Suddenly Sam finds herself providing sanctuary in her earthly home for all the Lows in Hel. She’ll need to go undercover to discover if there’s anything to be concerned about in this planned Aaru invasion as well as find the Low-snatcher and somehow persuade him at the point of a sword to leave the minor demons alone before her home is overrun with refugees.
Retrieve an artifact from the vampires. Save Dar from centuries of enslavement and torture.
All it takes is for her to perform a simple courier job, but with demons nothing is simple—especially when Sam must comply with the restrictions her angel has placed on her or face a punishment worse than death.
When an old flame asks Eden to help find his younger brother, she initially refuses. Searching for Anton will put her smack in the middle of the Disciples—as well as on the radar of the demon who might own her soul. But a sense of obligation (plus the promised payout), overrides her instincts for self-preservation, and Eden takes the job.
In the depths of a human underworld, Eden finds Anton and a whole lot more. Here the lawlessness of New Hell reigns. Organizers of cage fighting matches profit off human desperation, and a drug called Aries promises heaven but delivers hell.
With the future of humanity at stake, Eden will need to face the dark origins of her magic, to embrace both who she was and what she’s becoming—all to save those who may not even be worth saving.
Sam has become buried in angelic bureaucracy, saddled with a succubus house guest, and is fighting off a never-ending slew of demon hit-men. The powerful demon, Haagenti, won’t rest until she’s dragged back to Hel for “punishment”, and he has put a substantial price on her head – a price that threatens not only her, but the human she’s grown to love.
When an elven lord offers to take care of Haagenti in return for tracking down and killing a demon half-breed , Sam thinks she’s found the solution to her most pressing problem. But finding and retrieving this hybrid monster isn't proving easy and time is running out.
But Gregory also needs her help. Interdimensional rifts are opening, spilling supernatural creatures into the world of the humans. Locating and closing the gateways takes a team of two – an angel and a demon.
It’s the opportunity Sam has been waiting for, the very thing that might allow demons and angels to put aside nearly three million years of hate. But the gem has a dark power - one that could shatter any hope of peace between heaven and hell. Which task takes priority? Sam is at a crossroads, where either choice leads to a dark future.
Unable to pay what she owes, Eden is forced to fight a never-ending stream of bounty hunters while she tries to clear her name and find the cop who set her up. But demons are not known for their patience, and the new mercenary hired to bring Eden in dead or alive has magical abilities of his own—magical abilities oddly similar to Eden’s.
Desperate, she turns to a friend for help, but Detective Juke demands a favor in return— help to find the demon or mage responsible for a killing spree that leaves victims dead and boneless and she’ll investigate Eden’s claims.
But time is running out for Eden. The mage-mercenary is closing in. Her owed “favors” to demons are stacking up. And her debt to the enigmatic Bishop is beginning to rival what the tax office believes she owes.
Eden will need to rely on her pistol, her wits, and her magic to save herself. And if that isn’t enough, she may need to bargain away her soul.