Be still my fangirl heart!
Both Mary Gray and Cammie Larsen
will be on #FangirlThursday
tonight at 7:30PM Eastern.
I devoured their trilogy and
was a bit sad to say goodbye
to my book boyfriend Raylan. Sigh.
Tonight I get to pick their brains
about the books and you
guys get to ask questions too.
Can't wait!!! ~ Lynn
When the sisters get to town, though, a ghost woman keeps attacking them in their hotel room, and they end up getting one of their classmates killed. Eva thinks she can use her feminine wiles to woo Knox, but he has a couple of more minions than they thought—and she ends up getting tossed through the window. If the sisters and their newfound hunter friends don’t take down Knox soon, he’ll permanently attach himself to Eva in a binding ritual.
Tess wants to kill Knox straight up dead. As in, drag him up from the bottom of the old mine shaft and use Tess' favorite snake from the Louisiana bayou to finish the job. Eva loves the idea of bonding with Tess and being extra sure Knox will never come back to harm them, but Maggie ain't thrilled at the idea, and Frost is a little distracted by her new cowboy boy-toy.
When Tess gets attacked by the Despairity, Eva and Raylan race back to New Orleans to help. Maggie isn't answering her phone, and what Tess shows Eva in her secret basement is something no one expects, and it's gonna test everyone's relationships.
The hunters have to decide where their loyalties lie: family, friends, or love.
Unwilling to stand around and wait while Eva's been taken over by one of the Despairity, Frost works tirelessly with Beau and Leo to figure out how to free her sister. Leo shows Frost memories of The Before, and Beau admits to a chilling connection with the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil.
Eva, though, can't believe she's stuck with one of these spider wenches, Alora, inside of her. Sure, Eva's gotten pretty fast, and her reflexes have never been better, but feasting on people's souls? That was never supposed to be on the bucket list at all.
When Alora reveals her sinister plan—to build an unconquerable army of Blurred Ones by placing them inside the perfect hosts—the girls and their friends must fight to protect not just Bloodcreek, but all the world.
For fans of the CW's Supernatural, sisterly bonds, and twists on mythology that haven't been done before
Meet The Authors
Mary Gray balances dark and twisty plots with faith-based messages. Some of her best ideas come when she's lurking in the woods, experimenting with frightening foods, or pushing her kids on the tire swing. She is the author of several fiction and nonfiction works and the co-owner of Monster Ivy Publishing.
To see more of what Monster Ivy has to offer, visit monsterivy.com.
Hi! I love all things creative, especially something that tells a fantastic story. I'm doing what I can do bring more beauty, fun, and insight to the world while building my own life's story. My goal is to someday be the little old lady who's done a little of everything.
For now, that includes running this publishing gambit, doing this and that at my local church, and hanging out near and far with my hubs, kid, and two giant dogs.
I'm a co-owner of Monster Ivy Publishing, editor, graphic designer, contributor to THE FAITHFUL CREATIVE magazine and co-author of the SISTERS OF BLOODCREEK trilogy.