Part Three of the Division Zero series, Thrall, is now live on Amazon 🙂
Agent Kirsten Wren could not be happier―all she had to do was send a few demons back to the Abyss.
Her life is as calm and normal as it has ever been. Corporate assassins have not tried to kill her for an entire week, her effort to adopt Evan appears to be going well, and a billionaire is smitten with her.
Alas, fitting in with Konstantin’s high-society crowd proves more awkward than she ever imagined and dredges up a memory best left forgotten. Two years spent living on the street have left her with nothing but disdain for the rich; contempt that sickens her with anxiety over a life with her new beau.
Bodies start turning up with strange withered faces and eerie onyx eyes, filling her with worry that a dark spirit slipped through her fingers despite lack of proof. With each powerful person making bizarre decisions that imperil the stability of the entire nation, her suspicion that something is wrong grows. When the government gives her a week to intercede before they assassinate one of their own diplomats, she knows a dark force is behind it.
Who or whatever summoned Charazu is still out there, and seems to know who she is―and who she loves.
It’s hard to believe it’s been a year since Division Zero came out, and now the third book in the series, Thrall, is due for release at the end of March. We’re having a Facebook release party (hosted by the wonderful Leslie Whitaker) on March 31 from 7-9pm Eastern time. There’ll be games/contests and prizes-though I am still working out the exact details that.
Please join me on Facebook to help kick off the release of book 3 in the Division Zero series.
Here’s the cover to Division Zero: Thrall, part three, due out March 31.
Kirsten continues her battle with creatures from the Abyss, complicated by a series of seemingly unrelated murders soon before prominent figures act out of character, making decisions which imperil the security of West City. Worried some trace of Charazu – or the person who summoned it – lingers, she can’t shake the feeling the murders are connected. Her friendship with the priest Carlos Villera grows, as does her devotion to Evan. When the boy takes a dislike to the first man not to run away from her, Kirsten may be forced to give up what she’s wanted for so long.
If you’ve read Division Zero 1, but haven’t read Lex De Mortuis yet – it’s available HERE.
If you haven’t read Division Zero 1 yet, and are willing to leave a review, I’m currently accepting requests for free e-copies in exchange for reviews.