Demon Veil - Supernatural Horror



A rock band, demons, roadies and angels. The road trip from hell is about to begin. A wild supernatural ride!

For roadie Maia Gellman, life is simple until one catastrophic night destroys everything she holds dear.
The lone survivor of a demon attack, she escapes from the one evil she cannot name. An evil that calls out to the hidden part of her she refuses to face.
Branded a murderer, Maia takes to the road to stay one step ahead of those who wish to destroy her.
A chance meeting with a mysterious musician finds her in the company of new friends, but can they trust their new roadie? And can Maia trust herself?
As the end of the tour grows near, the evil draws closer, and Maia cannot run forever.
For Maia to face the demons, she must discover the truth about who she is, and what she has become.
"hooked me from the start."
"kept me flipping the pages and wanting more!"
"I read this in a day, it was so entertaining"
"This book will stick with me for quite some time."

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Open Doors - Urban Fantasy with fairies


Urban Fantasy (Fairies) - Australian

Warning!! Contains Aussie blokes, swearing, fairies and mild drug use.
Meet Sean Evans. Aussie bloke. Unlucky in love. Rock fanatic. Talented artist. Makes a mean coffee. Just don't call him a barista.
When Sean meets Tam by chance at a local bar, he thinks his luck may have taken a turn for the better. But when Sean drinks a spiked drink, he comes to a startling realisation. Either he is losing his mind or fairies are real.
Enter Evie, who bears a striking resemblance to Tam, but is anything but human. Trapped in Sean's world, they must learn to coexist while Sean tries to keep his shifts at the cafe, finish his paintings, all while trying to convince Tam that he's not a creepy lunatic.
But Evie has her own problems, and Sean as a human is powerless to protect her. Can Sean find a way to fix things with his fairy, Tam and himself before the doors close forever?
"a terrific balance of humor, sweetness, romance and action"
"complex, richly drawn characters, and a multifaceted storyline"
"just what I needed"
"surprising and adult-centric wit"
"delicious, quirky and very real"
"I learned more about every day Australia than I could have thought possible in a fun fantasy novel"

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