Happy Friday, all! This week, I have an excerpt to read to you from JS Harker's new paranormal, Wrong Hunt. Vampires? Check. Monster hunters? Check. Confident, experienced hero? Maybe not so much... Come have a listen!
Fang and Dagger #1
Years after becoming the black sheep, Zack Wright struggles to prove he's worthy of his family's monster hunter legacy. While the family is busy, intel on a new hunt crosses Zack's desk. He imagines slaying evil, defending the innocent, and joining his family on their dangerous travels. All he has to do is kill a vampire.
For three hundred years, Roger has survived his sire's cruelty. He conspires with friends to put an end to their torment. But one night in 1989, he falls into a magical coma. He wakes over thirty years later as a hunter attempts to shove a stake in his heart. Confused and weakened, he needs every advantage he can grasp. The hunter has the potential to make Roger's goal a reality---provided he can convince Wright not to kill him.
Taking down a legendary vampire would catapult Zack's reputation. But to get close to his prey, he'll have to blend into vampire society. That means pretending to belong to Roger. And that means spending enormous amounts of time with the seductive gorgeous vampire and facing hard truths about his family. None of which will be easy in a supernatural safe haven with a killer hunting him...
JS Harker loves stories. She was one of those kids who constantly had a book in her hands and spent countless hours adventuring with her siblings. These days she wanders into her imaginary worlds and conjures up tales of magic, passion, and happily-ever-afters. She currently lives in the part of the Midwest that makes Tatooine look interesting by comparison (not that she’s ever obsessively thought about becoming a Jedi or anything).
Angel writes (mostly) Science Fiction and Fantasy centered around queer heroes. Currently living part time in the hectic sprawl of northern Delaware and full time inside her head, she has one husband, one son, two cats, a love of all things beautiful and a terrible addiction to the consumption of both knowledge and chocolate.