Death and Dating
She’s got a new job running souls for Death. She’s corporeally challenged. She’s trying to have a dating life. What’s a witch to do? Quinn Devereux is back from the dead, thanks to a deal with Death. It only requires eternal servitude and all. Plus a few pesky issues with semi-corporealness. As if things aren’t complicated enough, someone casts a deadly spell on the high priestess of her former coven, and Quinn’s called in to find the killer. It’s been decades since she left the coven, and her departure doesn’t exactly evoke fond memories.
Child of Prophecy
Child of Prophecy was originally published as Child of Evil. The text remains unchanged. The story started with “Fall of the Western Kings”. Now “Child of Prophecy” continues the odyssey of Gant, the hero who killed Varg with his magical sword Valorious and who must now use his strength and cunning to find and neutralize the child prophesized to lead the demons of the western kingdoms to victory over the people of the east. Other characters accompany Gant to Ferd, the city where the child will be born. Amelia is a shape-changer who flies to the west to do reconnaissance only to be captured and imprisoned.