Badly In Blood Sneak Peek

The first two chapters of Badly In Blood are below!

Chapter 1

Blood spotted my vision, crimson dripping down walls and pooling on tiles.  It stained the pristine white towels, soaking into every woven fiber like a disease.  It ate away the light, the life, the soul.  Everything was gone or ash.  Just gone.
A buzzing lit my ears, but I brushed it aside, staring in the corner of the room as a puddle of blood surrounded the stainless steel stepstool.  It reflected in the metal, spawning a horrifying and yet hypnotic image.
Buzz, buzz, buzz again. 
What was that sound?  And what was that pressure slowly weighing on my shoulders?
I think that’s my name.
That was my name.  Before.  Before there was nothing.
“Koralein.  Please look at me.  Please.”
There was that voice again—so compelling.  It struck a nerve in my core, the vibrations seeping throughout my body. 
I blinked and the mesmerizing blood was gone.
“Koralein.”  The weight on my shoulders tightened.
I finally peeled my gaze away now that the crimson liquid was gone, no longer capturing my attention, to find a pair of chocolate brown eyes staring into mine.  Gold flecks danced in them, flaring with every breath he took.  Golden brown hair cropped shorter on the sides and longer on top fell in his handsome face currently etched with worry.  His plump bottom lip was caught between his teeth as if waiting for something.
This was Rex.
“Rex.”  I spoke his name.  At least I think I did.
A flicker of relief softened those lines on his face before they settled back again even deeper.  “Kory, where are you hurt?”  His hands slowly hovered over me, trying to find the source of his worry without touching me.
A body broken and empty, floating on a pool of blood flashed through my mind.  Pale blonde hair tinted pink and skin thin against blue veins.  No life.  Maggie.
I shook the image away and glanced down, finding droplets of blood forming on the tile beneath me like drizzles of rain.  I blinked, but they remained.

Badly In Blood (The Iron Series Book 2)

The more Kory learns about her past and future destiny, the more secrets she uncovers—and the darker it all seems.

After years of living with one foot in the seedy world of Bishop City simply trying to survive, seventeen year old Kory Colt is now training to be a demon hunter.  She’s excelling fast even for a pure blooded ferrum.  The recent tragic events have only made her more dangerous—and maybe a little unhinged.   
Kory’s life has been irrevocably changed after an unexpected death and Rex seems to be the only person who can keep the darkness from swallowing her whole.   But she knows he’s hiding something, something about the inexplicable bond between them that—despite outside forces trying to keep them apart—grows stronger every day.  
That very connection is tested when a powerful demon sets his sights on Kory, his true intentions more sinister and calculated than anyone realizes.  Will Kory be able to put her trust in Rex when her life and someone close to her is on the line?  Will he believe in the impossible to save her?
Secrets never stay buried.  And blood never lies.

Winter Update!

Now that my very first two series are done (I will miss them!) I'm ready to focus on my current one, The Iron Series.  The next book will be out in February 2016.  I think I originally said Dec or Jan, but well, poop happens.  The cover reveal will be next Wednesday, Jan 13th and a release date soon to follow.

I've already finished plot pointing the third book and can't wait to start.  I love writing for Kory.  She's so badass.

In other news... I'll be releasing some stand alone books (at least one).  I was working on one already and had to put it on the back burner.  It might involve some wolfies and moonlight frolicking... and probably murder.  I'll have more on that in the future.