Eve Dallas, Anita Blake... these names immediately connect you to the heroines in some kick butt stories. These women are detectives and fighters. They aren't only there for a male's needs. They are the leaders and heroes in their own rights.
Julia Jones has written a story with a strong female lead. Danika has the strength and determination to take on a werewolf serial killer but don't ask her to talk about her feelings.
Available now A WOLF TO CATCH is a fast paced read which is perfect for a Halloween night!
What happens when Supernatural meets Criminal Minds?
Now that the paranormal have come out of the closet, there’s a new side to law enforcement. One designed to take care of the things that go Bump in the night.
Danika and her friends know all about fangs, furry and dangerous. They know that sometimes you need backup to make sure no one else gets killed. So when a friend calls Danika in on a case, she’s quick to help, but the second she enters her friend's living room she meets Logan, a sexy werewolf who makes her second-guess her policy about dating colleges.
There’s no time for romance when a young girl is kidnapped by the murderer. They must find him before he kills, and make sure everyone gets out alive.
Danika’s body ached in the kind of way that made her feel alive. The kind of way that made her smile, not the kind where she’d just been beaten up by a vampire, werewolf, ghoul, rogue warlock, or other paranormally abled criminal that she had been tasked to find. With her brass-knuckle mug in hand, containing steaming hot chocolate, she padded into the living room and dropped down onto the hardwood floor.
Being one of a handful of paranormal profilers, the newest members of a just-formed FBI task force, kept Danika busy. The team, and the FBI, were still working out the kinks, learning to navigate the realities of the paranormal world. Just like you could come up with a profile for regular human serial killers to help catch them, you could do that for those who also had paranormal attributes. And that was Danika’s job.
She placed the cup beside her and reached into the cabinet of the coffee table, then pulled out her favorite deck, the one she had received two decades ago, when she was thirteen. Her last job had been three days before, profiling and tracking a warlock that had been breaking into and entering the homes of influencers in the Bay Area, and livestreaming the whole thing, including the actual murder. It had been a nasty bit of business trying to track it, but she’d ended up with an arrest—and the urge to never post a selfie online, ever again.
Since that job had finished, she’d spent the time acting like a grown-up and dealing with the responsibilities of life. And now, today was going to be all about fun. A morning for readings, a little journaling, and the afternoon with mom. After that, mandated therapy.
The FBI was still tentative about Paranormal Profiling, and they were taking steps to ensure that it went as smoothly as possible, which included therapy.
Danika dropped down onto the couch and took several deep breaths, connecting with the oracle cards in her hands.
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