Paranormal

His Keeping

Dealer of Souls Book 1

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At eighteen, Elise Duxten must end her life. Her younger sister, Marly, lies dead because of her. To pay for her crimes she sells her soul to the devil in exchange for her sister’s life.

Matrix, King of the crossroads, the devil’s right hand man for the last twenty years, is willing to make the deal, eager for another pawn. To sweeten the exchange he gives her one year to mourn her decision before he takes her for good.

In that year he’s determined to torment her, driven by envy at the strength in her soul. Though having lived years apart the same heartless man, Manx Sloazan, destroyed their lives.

With her remaining life Elise must teach her sister to live without her and find the courage to say goodbye. It won’t be easy. Sloazan is determined to make Elise pay for a bungled drug sale, and Matrix wants to torture her soul. Or does he?

With Elise, Matrix has discovered something he thought he’d lost. His heart. But he is the devil’s without the ability to choose. When the time comes will he be prepared to let her go in order to save her soul? Or will the devil make sure he gets what is his due?


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Someone’s the unthinkable and summoning a demon. Worse, Liesl discovers evidence that points to the pack’s involvement—the witches’ nemeses.

But she wasn’t expecting Axel, a shifter with six-foot-plus of sinewy muscle and canines to match. As much as she fights, Axel’s touch fragments her resistance and peels the layers of her heart, revealing the part crying out for love and acceptance, leaving her craving yet vulnerable.

Now someone’s out to stop her digging up the dirt. Is it a bad witch? Or is it Axel?

This time it’s more than just her life on the line.


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