Angel whisperer vs demon summoner. Sounds fun. Doesn't it?
Leslie Whiskey is the invisible glue that holds her coven together. Her amazing kitchen witch grandmother. Her two hell-crazy, hormonal, going-to-tear-this-house-down children. Her amazing mundane husband who puts up with all the craziness.
And her homicide detective, demon summoning sister and her seems-to-be-normal-so-far daughter. So, when their angel whispering mother strolls into town with eyes on destroying their lives, Leslie knows she's the one who has to take the stand.
Everyone else might be fooled by Rachel Whiskey. But not Leslie.
She was there. She remembers.
And she'll never forget.
Detective Paige Whiskey is the only Whiskey Witch without powers.
Or is she?
When she’s called to St. Francisville, Louisiana to solve a series of occult murders, her world is forever changed. She discovers that demons are real and uncovers a secret about her past that could destroy her family.
Together with demon hunter, Dexx Colt, her kitchen-witch grandmother, and her paranormal investigator brother-in-law, they unravel a conspiracy far bigger than a few simple murders.
Paige is the demon summoner. And she’s the key to a much larger plan.
Fresh from solving an occult serial murder in Louisiana, Detective Paige Whiskey returns to her home in Denver to discover the killer she freed in exchange for Dexx’s life is continuing his murderous rampage. However, in true Sven fashion, he’s killing people to show Paige things she never knew.
He’s showing her a world that had been hidden from her, a wider world of the paranormal.
To protect the shifters he’s targeting, she must break the treaty between shifters and witches, endanger her job, and risk her life.
Will Paige save the shifters, finally catch Sven, keep her job, and maintain a lid on this war?
Or will she lose it all?
One threat hangs over Paige's head.
Merry Eastwood is in Texas.
After breaking the treaty between the shifters and the witches—in order to save the shifters, mind you—this could be the invitation Merry Eastwood needed to start a new war, putting the shifters and the Whiskeys in danger.
But going home isn’t that easy. There’s a lot of trust that needs to be rebuilt, but with the stakes so high, Paige has to try.
If that wasn't enough, her grandmother is going senile. Also,, her fire-starter niece is hitting puberty, her bard nephew still hasn’t learned how to control his voice, and her demon-hunting boyfriend is still learning how to control his shift. There's no safe haven for the Whiskeys.
So many enemies. So little time to regroup. How is Paige going to keep the Whiskeys safe?
The Whiskeys are taking the battle to Portland and setting up shop in Merry Eastwood’s backyard.
They’re not alone. With the support and backing of the shapeshifters, vampires, and other paranormal creatures of the Portland area society—which includes dryads, djinn, dragons, rusalkas, and much, much more—Merry Eastwood should be outmatched.
But that witch is over two hundred years old and she’s seen more than any of them could imagine. When a rash of murders pop up with evidence applied a little too liberally to pin Merry, Paige has a choice to make. Put Merry Eastwood, the most powerful witch their society has seen in centuries, away for murders she didn’t commit.
Or save her family, her society, and the entire Portland area and put her behind iron bars for the murders they can’t tie her to.