After months of no work, interdimensional bounty hunter Ronin Meyers jumps at the chance to locate an incubus who’s using succubi as murder weapons. Faced with deportation to hellish Infernum if he fails, Ronin will stop at nothing to take out the incubus and anyone else involved. Even the beautiful succubus who stole his heart—and nearly his life—during the most mind-blowing hour of his existence.
Night after night, Amara and her fellow succubi are forced to extract special abilities from the strongest Otherworlders for their psychotic master’s growing collection. When the gorgeous angel-demon hybrid she believed to be dead captures her, Amara is both stunned and elated.
But the happily-ever-after Amara’s dreamed about will have to wait. Before she and Ronin can find salvation, they must bring down the madman hell-bent on destroying everything—and everyone—they love.
And Ronin and Amara are at the top of his list.
And Ronin and Amara are at the top of his list.
In TOUCH OF THE ANGEL, Ronin falls for a woman who couldn’t be more wrong for him. Not only is she a succubus whose touch is deadly, but she’s also in league with the incubus he and his brothers are hunting. But then he learns the true nature of her involvement. Once he discovers Amara is enslaved to the man he hunts, he will stop at nothing to free her.
To hear more about Ronin and Amara’s love story, be sure to check out TOUCH OF THE ANGEL.
December...it’s the time of year when the first snowfalls begin to cover the ground, when houses are decorated to bursting with lights, and when people are in a festive, giving mood. Now, most of us have an inkling of the sorts of gifts we’ll get for the holiday. Sweaters. Socks. Maybe some books or an e-reader.
But what about the supernatural world, like that one depicted in my Demons of Infernum series? What on earth would you get a demon for Christmas?
First off, a little background information is in order. You see, the demons in my Demons of Infernum series aren’t evil creatures from Hell, but rather a race of beings who’ve come to Earth from another dimension. The series features four half-demon brothers who work as interdimensional bounty hunters. Most of the species who have traveled to Earth are law-abiding citizens, but every now and again a fugitive goes on the loose...and that’s where our heroes come in. They hunt down the baddies and keep our streets safe.
Even though demons don’t celebrate Christmas where they’re from, they aren’t against the holiday. More like mystified by it. A holiday centered around a baby in a manger and a jolly old guy who breaks into other peoples’ houses to leave them gifts? Weird...but they can adapt.
So what do you get for a demon with little understanding of the meaning behind the holiday? Here are a few things I came up with:
· Liquor: Demons have a faster metabolism than humans, so they can put down a lot more alcohol. And who amongst us doesn’t need a drink (or two, or three…) during the holidays?
· A dagger: Because my demon boys always seem to get into trouble. True, guns are easier, but the only surefire way to kill another demon or Otherworld species is by beheading. So yeah, make that blade really, really sharp.
· A collection of T-shirts with smartass sayings: Okay, it’s not for every demon, but Taeg, one of the brothers in my series, can’t get enough of them. Among some of his favorites? (1) Real Men Don’t Follow Directions; (2) Why Do Today What You Can Put off Until Tomorrow?; and (3) Awesome in Bed...I Can Sleep for Hours.
Touch of the Angel
Demons of Infernum, Book 3
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Date of Publication: November 26, 2013
Number of pages: 400
Word Count: 90,000
Cover Artist: Heather Howland
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About the Author:
Rosalie Lario is the award-winning, paranormal romance author of the Demons of Infernum and the Fallen Warriors series. Rosalie double majored in Anthropology and Classics as an undergraduate student, and briefly considered becoming an archaeologist before realizing they don't actually live the life of Indiana Jones. So what was a classical geek armed with a lot of useless knowledge to do? Become a lawyer, of course!
After attending law school in Florida, she practiced real estate law for several years before finally admitting to herself that negotiating contracts wasn't nearly as fun as dreaming up stories. She never imagined all the mythology she'd learned throughout her undergraduate education might actually come in handy, but it makes perfect fodder for the paranormal romance stories she now dreams up.
When not writing, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two young children in their home
state of Florida.