can see, hear, and talk to ghosts with unfinished business. Her crime
came with a hefty price, too. She has two years to help a hundred
souls cross over to the afterlife or her soul is bound for hell.
pain-in-the-ass poltergeist named Michael strolls into her life. His
soul is the key to her salvation, but the cost just might be more
than she can handle. Solving his death puts her right in the
crosshairs of Belial: a vain, bloodthirsty archdemon who won’t rest
until she’s his slave. Can she rescue Michael and save her own
soul, or will they both be dragged down into the clutches of the
eternal black parade?
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of time. Now he’s here because of Jordan Amador–a Seer who helped
him restore his life and memories and thwart the archdemon Belial
from taking over the city. With Jordan on Belial’s hit list, Michael
decides to stick around and live out life alongside her as her friend
and temporary bodyguard. But as the days pass, he finds it harder to
resist the seven deadly sins that tempt all men. Especially as he and
Jordan grow closer fighting the demons that want her almost as much
as he does…
between Chapters 15 and 16. She Who Fights Monsters is the second
novel in the series sequence.
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archangel Michael is back in the sequel to the bestselling urban
fantasy novel, The Black Parade, trying to solve a deadly case.
Someone is methodically hunting down and murdering Seers one by one.
After six months with no leads on the killer, Jordan and Michael are
forced to work with their worst enemy—the archdemon Belial: a
self-professed Prince of Hell who is dead set on stealing Jordan for
himself. However, with the archdemon’s help, they pick up on the
trail of the serial killer and plan to stop him no matter what the
Jordan begins asking herself if she is still fighting for the good
guys or has she become one of the monsters she is desperately trying
Parade series. It follows The Black Parade and The Deadly Seven:
Stories from The Black Parade.
from her husband the archangel Michael, hated by the angels who think
she betrayed them, hunted by demons who want her dead or enslaved,
and rejected by her friends and family for lying to them. Disgraced
and miserable, she’s all but ready to lay down and die until
another Seer named Myra Bennett saves her life. Myra gives Jordan a
new mission: to wipe out a nest of demons that are terrorizing her
family as well as the innocent people of Houston, Texas. Jordan goes
undercover to infiltrate the demons’ nest and figure out how to
eliminate them. Meanwhile, she’s locked in a deadly game with the
archdemon Belial, who constantly visits her night after night in her
dreams to convince her to give him her soul. Between the insanely
gorgeous, but dangerous archdemon poking around in her head and the
vicious creatures surrounding her, she’s not sure how much longer
she can survive.
Dying’s a bitch, and I would know.
To be fair, I didn’t actually remember what happened when I died. It was over a year ago, and the soul is a radically different entity from the mind. In case you’re wondering, yes, there is an afterlife, and no, I can’t tell you what it looks like. Sorry. Life is full of disappointments.
How then, Ms. Jordan Amador, you ask, can you say dying is a bitch if you don’t remember your own death? Well, I remember everything up until my death, and that was certainly a bitch. The archdemon Belial had kidnapped me with the intent of sacrificing me so that he could open a portal into the body of the archangel Michael, therefore allowing him unlimited power and access to influencing the innocent people of the world to do his bidding. Long story short, we stopped him, but I died in the process, and in excruciating pain, I might add.
Much like right now.
Ever had one of those out-of-body experiences? Not the kind that you’d see in the movie Ghost, but a true case of an otherworldly viewing of your own self. Detachment. Like someone plucked away the strings that connected you to yourself, and the byproduct was that you almost felt like the consequences of the world didn’t directly affect you.
That was me.
I was hanging from two thick, nasty braided ropes: each one at my wrist, cutting off circulation. A spotlight illuminated my body and its myriad of problems: broken ribs, fractured eye-socket, busted lip, cracked teeth, and what felt like severe internal bleeding. It hurt to breathe. It hurt to exist, really.
My current predicament came at the hands of a short brunette with matted curly hair, a pug nose, and pale skin courtesy of her father, Lamont Brooks. Mr. Brooks was a loan shark from Detroit who had swindled my estranged father and then tried to kill him. I took issue with that. My pseudo-brother, the archangel Gabriel—long story—and I busted Lamont and his whole operation several months ago, and sent her old man up the river.
And she took issue with that.
In my defense, these clowns got lucky. It was late at night, I was exhausted, alone, and under-prepared for six hulking guys in masks jumping me in the parking lot, beating me senseless, and dragging me into a van. I had no idea where we were, but I knew that no one was going to save me if I didn’t save myself.
I’d tried. The ropes were too tight and I had no use of my hands. Brooks’ daughter, Bridgett as I overheard one of the Mooks call her, worked me over for hours, and I had no energy left. Figures. I’d saved the world twice now and yet I was going to be delivered to fate by some snot-nosed bitch with Daddy issues. Life had a cruel sense of humor.
year-long struggle to hunt down the thirty silver coins paid to Judas
Iscariot. The mere touch of these coins is enough to kill any angel.
call on the ultimate reinforcement: Moloch, the Archdemon of War.
Moloch puts out a contract on Jordan as well as her estranged
husband, the Archangel Michael. Now Jordan and Michael will have to
find a way to work together to survive against impossible odds and
stop Moloch’s plan, or else he’ll wage a war that will wipe out the
series, following The Black Parade, The Deadly Seven: Stories from
The Black Parade series, and She Who Fights Monsters.
reader. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English Lit degree from the
University of Georgia, which gave her every valid excuse to devour
book after book with a concentration in Greek mythology and Christian
mythology. When not working feverishly on a manuscript (or two), she
can be found buried under her Dashboard on Tumblr, or chatting with
fellow nerds on Twitter, or curled up with a good Harry Dresden novel
on a warm Georgia night. Like any author, she wants nothing more than
to contribute something great to the best profession in the world, no
matter how small.
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