This book has taken so long to get published that I felt like this day would never come. But it’s finally happened: Smoke and Hellfire is out in the world for everyone to read.
Some tropes you’ll find in this book:
- female friendship
- murderous ghosts and demonic possession
- a heroine with serious bad-girl vibes
- scary fae
If you’d like to read a preview of the first chapter, you can do that here.
And here’s the book description:
Keep calm and call an exorcist.
Most people don’t believe in the supernatural—at least until a ghost starts making the walls in their house bleed. That’s when they call Bea Romo Reyes. She’s my best friend and roommate, and she works as a freelance exorcist and paranormal consultant. Meeting her plunged me into a supernatural world both wonderful and terrifying, and I wouldn’t trade it for anything.
But there’s something Bea’s not telling me, and her secret might be more dangerous than the demons she’s hired to exorcise.
Smoke and Hellfire contains four episodic, novelette-length stories:
The Scent of Brimstone
When my friend dies mysteriously and her house stinks of brimstone, I know a demon is to blame. And when it threatens my friend’s family, I do the only thing I can think of: I call a professional exorcist.
An Unfair Bargain
Bea and I investigate a missing woman who wandered into the forest at night like she was possessed. But the truth of what happened is—if possible—even worse than demonic possession, and we might not make it out of the forest alive.
A ghost tour in St. Augustine accidentally raises a vengeful spirit who starts picking off the tour group one by one. Can Bea banish the ghost in time to save the young tour guides from a watery grave?
The Corporate Job
I always knew corporations were evil, but this one takes it a step further when they summon a demon to increase their profit margins. With a possessed CFO chained up in the basement and Bea’s exorcism failing, the demon reveals a sinister secret that could change everything.
If you like female friendships, action-packed urban fantasy, and a touch of supernatural horror, then you’ll love Smoke and Hellfire. Read it now and start the paranormal adventure.
Thanks for reading, and I hope you enjoy the book!
2 thoughts on “Smoke and Hellfire is in stores now”
Nice! Congrats on another published work. The cover looks gorgeous and I’m always down for an urban fantasy adventure.
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