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Book Cover: Fourth Fight
Editions:Kindle: $ 4.99 USD
ISBN: B06XS3PFJM
Pages: 277
ePub: $ 4.99 USD

Andrew and Emily face their greatest challenge to date. The fourth demon Andrew must destroy is a country music singer who lives with her father in a well-protected location in California. With a little luck and a lot of hard work, they acquire security jobs for the celebrity. But when they discover the singer’s dad is a demon and part of her current security team is well connected to the family, Andrew’s task to kill the singer seems impossible.

Part of Emily’s job is to select four attractive single women after concerts so the singer can party with them at a private spot. Emily suspects foul play and starts asking too many questions. Hoping to uncover the truth, Emily joins four fans on a ship. She quickly learns the singer has no intention of joining them.

As time passes, Andrew fears for the lives of Emily and the four women. After he seeks help, he realizes the risk involved in destroying demons is growing with each new one. Andrew longs to keep Emily safe, but to do so he must make a heartbreaking decision.

Tune referenced in book: Rebel Yell 

Excerpt:

“I bet you’d look cute in a little waitress uniform.” He raked a hungry gaze down her body.

Smiling, she rolled her eyes. She didn’t need to guess where his naughty thoughts were straying. The angel loved to kiss and touch her, along with other things. And she was more than willing to let him.

Emily shifted the gear as the vehicle drew nearer. “Great, we haven’t even gotten jobs as servers and you’re already finding a way to get up my dress and into my panties.”

“You read my mind.”

“No, I just know you too well.”

“Admit it, you want me in your panties.”

She warmed at the thought. “I admit it, I want you deep inside me. But first we have to make it past the guard. Can you hold off for a while?”

He fidgeted in his seat while he slipped his hand underneath his shirt. “Damn it woman, you got me all hard again. Stop teasing me.”

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