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17 Feb

Accepting the Alpha had an amazing release weekend. A big thank you to everyone who picked up a copy. I hope you all enjoyed it 🙂


My next release, Ask the Oracle, will be available for Pre-Order from Totally Bound starting March 21st. Here’s a little peek. Enjoy!


“How can I help you today, Mr Demos?” The words were polite and professional. His suggestive tone was anything but. Gray drank in the sight of the tall Demon as he fought back the urge to climb his body like a tree. Man, did he want another taste of that.

“There are many ways you can help me, Grayson Muir, but for now, we will settle for the matter of you taking on my case and discovering who killed our Lord. I have allowed you more than enough time to consider the matter,” Dreo stated firmly. “I need your answer. If I cannot secure your assistance, we will need to look into other means of resolving the situation.”

Gray frowned. “When we spoke before, you insinuated that I was your only option to fix the problem. Now, you seem to be brimming with solutions. What’s changed?”

Crossing his thick arms over his chest, Dreo scowled down at Gray. “I never said that you were our only solution, just the best one. We have other means of flushing out the perpetrator, however, they wouldn’t be as tactful as having you discover the truth.” Dreo shrugged, dismissively. “In lieu of other alternatives, we can always declare a hunt for the guilty party. Eventually, he or she will be brought to justice, but innocents may be harmed in the process. Utilizing your gifts would help us minimize the reality of unwanted violence.”

Dreo’s expression was fierce, further inciting the hunger building inside Gray. He was consumed with thoughts of his Demon stripping him bare and mounting him in the office lobby, without a care to may see their coupling. It was disconcerting to say the least. While Dreo’s expression was all business, Gray could see the barely contained fire in Dreo’s eyes. He wasn’t as unaffected as he might like to appear. Gray smirked, a sense of victory filling him.

“Sarah! How’s the rest of my day looking?” He threw a look over his shoulder, smiling in the face of her scowl. She really hated when he shouted for her.

“You’re clear for the rest of the weekend,” she announced a few key strokes later. “You don’t have another appointment until Monday afternoon.” Her smug expression made Gray want to pinch her. She knew he wasn’t happy about this job. He’d been hoping she would be a good friend and give him an out. Glowering at her lack of loyalty, he received a finger wave in response. Giving her up as a lost cause, he turned back to the sexy Demon who was staring at him expectantly.

“Fine!” Exasperated, he grabbed his jacket off the stand by the door. “If you need anything, I’ll probably be unreachable. Hell gets terrible cell service.”

Sarah laughed. “I’m sure I can hold the fort for a few days without anything catastrophic happening. You boys have fun.”

“Yeah, that’s real great advice for someone taking a trip to the Underworld,” Gray grumbled. He left the office with the sound of Sarah’s laughter still ringing in his ears and a feeling of foreboding burning in his stomach. Hell was a dangerous place at the best of times. Heading there in hopes of flushing out a killer was a death wish in the making. Gray hoped that any death involved with their trip wouldn’t be his own.

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