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Thursday, 29 January 2015

Magic Thursday with Jenny Schwartz -- Demon Hunter

Welcome to a new world of magic and shifters, demons and desire. And possibly the most perfect part? It has portal-travel.

I am a very reluctant traveller because I get motion sick. Ugh. Also I get over-excited and cranky and scatter-brained (hmm, that sounds a lot like my normal life).

So in "Demon Hunter" I got over the whole problem of long-haul flights to travel to Australia by introducing portal-travel. Unfortunately, that raises a whole heap of extra problems for my beleaguered heroine, Fay.

Luckily a sexy shifter is panting to help her -- and he wants to do more than carry her luggage!

You can bleed and die banishing a demon, but Fay Olwen discovers there are worse hurts. Betrayed by the Collegium and by her father, she must build a new life away from New York. Leopard-shifter Steve Jekyll would have her build it with him. But loyalties are never simple and new love never easy. When demons are unleashed, Fay tracks the evil back to the Collegium, and now all hell will break loose because Fay fights for the innocent, and Steve will protect what is his.

For fans of kick-ass heroines and shifter heroes who are alpha-male and sinfully sexy.

Demon Hunter is a paranormal romance novella.

Demon Hunter is 99c on Amazon. Free if you're lucky enough to subscribe to Kindle Unlimited.

And what I want to know is, if you could travel anywhere, where would you go? and who with?


  1. Love portal travel!!
    As for travelling - the moon (but of course with an atmosphere) and Thor would be a lovely companion. :)

  2. I was watching "Human Universe" last night. Earth seen from the moon really is amazing. Great choice!

  3. Great cover!!! Who's the designer?

    1. Janni

      Did you just feel that ghostly hug? That was me! Thank you, thank you! I designed the cover :) This is why I sing the praises of Canva.com. I'm not very clever with tech or graphics, but for $2 and a bit of time, I have a workable cover.