13 November 2014

Title: Entity (Divinity #2)
Author: Patricia Leever
Publisher: Omnific Publishing (November 11th, 2014)
Genre: Supernatural Romance
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NOTE: This is a "New Adult"/Adult novel. Due to mature content this title is recommended for ages 17+
Synopsis: Sometimes I liked to imagine, just for a second, that I was plain old Evelyn with nothing better to do in the morning than lie here with her man.

But that’s not how it was. That’s not who we were...

Evelyn Brighton and Daniel Summers are demon hunters, and they wouldn’t have it any other way. Or would they, given the choice again?

Los Angeles is crawling with demons in disguise, and Evelyn and Daniel are a dynamic and fearless demon-slaying duo. Under the authority of Lebriga Corporation and protection of their Divinity blades, this duo has never felt more ass-kicking against evil or more in love with each other.

But something is rotten in the state of home demonstration parties—and it’s not because a seal’s broken in the Tupperware. Beautiful Illuminations is the latest rage in home-consulting cosmetics, founded by Annabelle Simmons. But beneath the layers of makeup and human flesh lurks Anabael, a disembodied Spectoral demon that inhabits people and steals their physical form. To a spirit like that, an ageless demon hunter has a body to die for.

And Evelyn just might.

As Lebriga battles Anabael mind, body, and soul, Evelyn and Daniel must draw on the strength of their relationship to win the war against the Spectoral menace. But what if winning the war means losing their love?


          “I can smell a hunter, even through all those silly charms and potions you try to cover yourself with. You all have a distinct stench about you that normally isn’t very pleasant, but you, Evelyn, do you know what you smell like to me, right now, trembling in my arms?”
          “No,” I whispered.

          “Ambrosia,” he hummed as he took a deep breath.

          “Ahhh, I don’t know how you smell this way. Part of me wants to keep you with me just so I can breathe in your decadent aroma every day. But the other part of me cannot wait to sink into your mouth and lose myself in what is sure to be the most divine meal I will ever have.”

           He spun me to face him and looked me up and down. His tongue peeked from between his lips as he breathed heavily out of his open mouth. He looked like he was about to jizz right there, and I tried not to recoil at the thought—not to mention his rancid demon breath was seriously foul.
          “Ask me to kiss you,” he said, panting.
          Fighting the bile rising in my throat, I leaned in toward his ear and whispered, “Isiel, kiss…mmmy ass.”
          “What?” His voice cracked and his head jerked back, complete and utter shock written all over his face. “I-I don’t understand.”
          “Aw c’mon, dude, seriously? You just told me that you knew I was a hunter. What else did you expect? I’ve been watching you for the better part of a week. You’re not that dumb.”
          His nostrils flared and his head tilted unnaturally as he took a few steps back, I assumed, to make a run for it.
          But everyone knows what happens when you assume things.
          “Are you mocking me?” His lip twitched. “That’s not very ladylike.”
          “Yeah, that whole ‘lady’ thing was never my strong suit. I’ve always been more of a fuck-it-and-see-what-happens kind of gal.”

About the Author:

Patricia Leever is a wife, stay­at­home mom of four and owner of one dog and one really old cat. On the average school day she runs about town like a lunatic picking up and dropping off kids and trying to find a moment of quiet to write down a word or two. She's a sci­fi geek that loves to dress up like a zombie and participate in the local zombie march down Main St. and laugh as much as possible; laughter frees the mind and heals the soul.
Live. Breathe. Write.

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