Heroines & Hellions Authors – Heather Marie Adkins

My mother. She was a police officer all my life – so you’re talking 30 years in a male-dominated career. And she excelled at it. She spent the last seven years of her career as a Major – the highest rank you can reach without being elected into position. She’s used her weapon in the line of duty. She’s been injured so many times I’ve lost count. Then, three years ago, her husband (my stepfather of 15 years) committed suicide, and she survived. No other person in my life has the strength and fortitude to match the woman who raised me. I’m infinitely proud to call her my mother. She retired just a couple weeks ago. I hope her next adventure is just as great as the first.


HEATHER MARIE ADKINS writes too much but still too little. She also has too many cats, not enough tequila, and a torrid love affair with procrastination. She is the USA Today bestselling author of over twenty novels. Find out more at heathermarieadkins.com.
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Demons Are a Girl’s Best Friend

Hell has spilled over into the real world. But that’s okay. Nobody’s dead. Yet.

An uneasy truce has been found: Demons don’t screw the world up; humans don’t kill them. It’s a pretty simple set-up, kept in check by the immigration and selection process.

Kahri O’Reilly has a nice, quiet life teaching martial arts by day and sleeping with her cat by night, until a 200-year old demigod sexier-than-sin shows up to drag her to hell. Turns out, Kahri’s polite, cross-stitch obsessed mother is actually a demon who married the wrong man and fled to earth the minute the portals began to open. She just neglected to share that with Kahri.

Below the unknowing surface world, civil war is brewing. Kahri’s dad is dead, and blood bonds dictate she has to take his place. Only, the legacy he left her is a bloody one. His problems—and his enemies—have suddenly become hers, and she has no idea what she’s doing.

Kahri is poised between the worlds, the perfect ambassador to prevent the apocalypse—as long as she doesn’t die first.


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New York Times bestselling authors Margo Bond Collins & Erin Hayes
New York Times bestselling author Monica Corwin
New York Times bestselling author Melanie Karsak
Award-Winning author Bec McMaster
USA Today bestselling author Heather Marie Adkins
USA Today bestselling author Jade Kerrion
USA Today bestselling author SJ Davis
Award-Winning author Rene Folsom
USA Today bestselling author Michelle Hercules
LJ Andrews
Louisa Klein
USA Today Bestselling Author Melle Amade
Award-Winning author Ashley C. Harris
Award-Winning author Kim Cleary
Maria Monroe
Christina Walker
USA Today bestselling author Alex Owens
Award-Winning author D.D. Miers
Gina A. Watson
USA Today bestselling author Ash Krafton
Elise Marion
Award-Winning author Carly Fall

    

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