|Painting depicting the Weird sisters by William Rimmer|
Suzanne G. Rogers has a new release today combining two of my favorite things, classic literature and fantasy. 🙂 So when I found out about SOMETHING WICKED IN L.A., I asked her to come tell my readers a little more about it. Suzanne, take it away!
William Shakespeare, Demon Hunter
by Suzanne G.Rogers
Shakespearean plays were often populated by paranormal creatures, such as witches, ghosts, and monsters, but did you know William Shakespeare was secretly a demon hunter? That’s the premise of SOMETHING WICKED IN L.A., in which a secret demon hunting organization, The Shakespearean Institute, is named after one of the most famous demon slayers of all time.
Comprised of the Nephilim (descendants of humans who had children with angels), Shakespeareans have one particularly critical prohibition: they are forbidden to bear a child on Leap Day. Such a child, if demonically sacrificed on his or her eighteenth birthday, will usher in the Apocalypse.
The violation of this prohibition forms the basis for SOMETHING WICKED IN L.A.
Here’s the blurb:
Tori has spent the past seventeen years trying to ignore her ability to see unnatural creatures. As she prepares to transition from high school to the world of professional ballet, however, seismic activity in Los Angeles is increasing and the number of demons is multiplying at an alarming rate. After a new student from London transfers to her performing arts school, she soon discovers her life has been a lie and someone wants her dead.
Raven’s father, a renowned British demon hunter, has tasked him with guarding the one person who can inadvertently bring about the end of the world. Unfortunately, Raven’s record of success has fallen short lately and his confidence is shaken. Worse, Tori seems determined to freeze him out. Can he win her trust quickly enough to prevent the Apocalypse?
Something Wicked In L.A. is the first book of a series, and I’m having a wonderful time with it. If you like magical realism, the paranormal, and the performing arts, this book is for you! ~ S.G. Rogers
SOMETHING WICKED IN L.A. is available at Amazon.
Ooh! This sounds intriguing! Will Raven stop the Apocalypse, I wonder? The author wouldn’t tell me. What do you think, readers? You can find out more about Suzanne G. Rogers’ SOMETHING WICKED IN L.A. , and all her works at: https://childofyden.wordpress.com/