Nell’s Book Hunt
So many books, so little time. Every day I try and be good. I try not to go trolling for new books. I tell myself don’t buy any new books. Don’t look at the books that are in the daily deal email. Read the ones you have on your TBR pile. Don’t look! Yeah, well, that works as well for me as it does for all of you. I found these two and I shall look nevermore. Yeah, riiiiiiight.
Book Description: Jordan has visions of monsters, demons, and death. Seventeen, orphaned, and born into the family business, she doesn’t have friends, she doesn’t have choices. Her uncle, older brothers, and a few annoying angels dominate her life, demanding she tow their lines – and the punishment is severe when those lines are crossed.
When Jordan is ordered to help hunt down a monster, she’s not sure which she dreads more: the elusive, blood-thirsty creature or spending time in a cramped backwoods cabin with a brother who despises her. To make matters worse, a demon shows up and warns Jordan that she could be her family’s next assignment.
In a game between Good and Evil where God seems to have tapped out early, lines are blurred and not everything is as it seems. Jordan learns a little too late that the real monster is closer than she thinks.
The other one is not free, but it sure looks good!
Book Description: When CIA Agent, Ted Bester, meets a woman who was publicly buried as an assassin’s victim, he’s understandably skeptical of her far-fetched explanation. She expects him to believe she’s tied to the assassin’s mind through a four hundred year old locket with an ancient curse on it. And she’s alive because the spell has protected her.
It takes meeting a presence he can’t explain to convince Bester Amelia might be telling the truth. And if she’s right, Bester has a lot more to be worried about than a curse. The unorthodox link between Amelia and the killer shows that he takes inordinate pride in his perfect kill record, and Bester knows that it’s only a matter of days before the killer learns that he has made a mistake. Then he’ll return to finish the job.
Agency protocol dictates that Amelia should be used as bait to draw him in. Ordinarily, Bester wouldn’t have a problem with such a ruthless approach. This time it’s the last thing he wants to do, and hesitation could end up killing a lot more people than just the beautiful woman he’s drawn to.