Happy rebirth day to ANGEL BAIT! The prequel installment in my ANGEL ASSASSINS series is now available on Kindle at the discounted price of $0.99 for a limited time (exclusive to Amazon for 90 days). Please note that if you own the old ebook, you can upgrade for free!
And now, without further ado, feast your eyes on ANGEL BAIT:
He’s not that kind of angel.
Jarrid is a ìBound Oneî: half angel, half human, trained from childhood to enforce Heavenís laws on earth. An assassin with no remorse. And no choice. When he discovers an ancient ritual called Ascension, which might give him a shot at freedom, he canít resist his lifelong dream. He only needs to find one last Renegade angel and take him downÖusing a certain woman to flush the angel out of hiding.
She’s not what he’s expecting.
News reporter Ionie Gifford has no clue an outlaw angel wants her dead, much less why, but she does know one thing: the enigmatic Jarrid, with his penetrating silver eyes and his worship-worthy body, is her ticket to the city’s supernatural underworld, where she might finally be able to locate her mother’s killer. For that kind of information, she’s willing to risk everything…
They can’t be together — but can’t keep apart…
Blindsided by Ionie’s beauty and tenacity, Jarrid finds the millennia-old glacier around his heart melting. But when he’s faced with a choice, will he sacrifice Ionie for freedom from his brutal servitudeóor agree to be bound for eternity, to protect the life of the woman he’s falling in love with?
From novelist Tricia Skinner comes a story that will have fans of action-packed love stories applauding. Seamlessly combining elements of paranormal romance and gritty urban fantasy, the Angel Assassins series is a heart-pounding spin on angel mythology.
When I’m not writing, I’m a newbie “green” practitioner, strength training fan, and a technology geek. I’m a mother and a wife. My family includes Great Danes (yes, plural). I’m also a gamer. I enjoy interacting with my fellow geeks and helping other writers. I’m represented by Laurie McLean of Fuse Literary.