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Demons A Runes Companion Novel

Demons by Ednah Walters Demons continuing the Runes Series by USA Today bestselling author Ednah Walters. What happened to Eirik after e left his friends on Earth and went to Hel? #book #YA #fantasy #ad

Demons by Ednah Walters

Demons continuing the Runes Series by USA Today bestselling author Ednah Walters. What happened to Eirik after e left his friends on Earth and went to Hel?

Eirik Baldurson – son of Baldur, God of Light – failed living as a Mortal. He lost the girl of his dreams and nearly got his friends killed. Now, he’s gone to the underworld to meet the mother he’s never known. Torn between his duty to her and the man he used to be, Eirik struggles to find himself, until a witch appears in his world. Feisty and stubborn, she is a reminder of everything good he left behind.

Celestia Devereaux proudly attends a charter high school for “gifted” teenagers who embrace magic. Witches. However, she keeps a terrible secret – a prediction that she would one day be responsible for massive destruction and death. Through Celestia uses her clairvoyant abilities to help people, she worries that it is just a matter of time before she goes over to the dark side.

Her world changes when she unexpectedly astral projects to a place she didn’t believe existed and meets a tortured man who needs her help.

Demons by Ednah Walters Demons continuing the Runes Series by USA Today bestselling author Ednah Walters. What happened to Eirik after e left his friends on Earth and went to Hel? #book #YA #fantasy #ad amazon

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“You were shivering and your teeth were chattering. Then it just stopped. Even Genevieve said she’d never seen anyone recover that quickly. Where did you go?”

“I don’t know. There was a man.”

“Man? What man?” Dad barked. He was so overprotective and saw red flags whenever I mentioned guys.

“Richard,” Tammy warned. She’d come into the room without me noticing.

“The guy I’m talking about, his mother is keeping him a prisoner in a dungeon. He’s young like he could be in college. He’s scared and alone.” Anger crept in, but I pushed it down. I needed to focus on the vision before I lost it. Dad picked up the notebook and pen. He knew the drill because this was the story of our lives. I got visions, called him, and gave him information, which his department investigated. Sometimes, the cops arrived in the nick of time and saved a life, but other times, when I saw what had already happened, I helped them solve a crime instead. Dad liked to say he would not have made chief without my help. I might have added to his stellar performance as a detective, but his relationship with the people of our town, magical or normal, had put him in the chief’s chair.

The man turned the key in the ignition, but nothing happened. Cursing, he kicked the boat. Yeah, genius, that should do the trick. If I could touch or move things, I could find the problem in under a minute and fix the damn thing. Fixing things was one of the perks of being an only child to a man who liked to dismantle and reassemble things.

I whipped around at the sounds of rustling and breaking twigs. Two alligators ambled stealthily toward the boater, who was now on land, trying to fix his engine.

I’d forgotten about the gators. They were the reason I was here. I hated alligators. Hated their scaly bodies and slitted eyes. Hated that I could see their teeth when their mouths were closed. I couldn’t even explain when my hatred had begun. I just knew I’d always hated them and snakes and lizards and anything reptilian. While my friends’ idea of a horror movie was Poltergeist, mine was Jurassic Park.

Eyeing the creepers, I moved from my place by the tree and jumped in their path, heart pounding furiously and fear drying my mouth. “Shoo,” I said, waving at them. “Leave him alone.”

The alligators stopped, sensing my essence. Animals were weird that way.

The connection between them and Witches was so strong they felt us when more advanced humans couldn’t. My grandmother had been convinced they saw us, too.

Praise for Demons

Ednah Walters just keeps getting better. Demons is one Hel of a ride! ~ Karen Lynch, USA Today Bestselling author of Relentless series

A beautiful addition to an already mesmerizing world. Be ready to obsess over a new book boyfriend! ~ Melissa Haag, Bestselling author Judgement of 6 series

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Ednah Walters grew up reading Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys and dreaming of one day writing her own stories. She is a stay-at-home mother of five humans and two American short-hair cats (one of which has ADHD) and a husband. When she is not writing, she’s at the gym doing Zumba or doing things with her family, reading, traveling or online chatting with fans.

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