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“Fast paced and intriguing… A can’t-put-down book.” ~ Still Moments Magazine ★★★★★
“My heart was set aflutter with the sweet and spicy love that bloomed between Rhune and Hanna. This is an absolute must read.” ~ Maia Silverdagger ★★★★★
It’s a helluva job, but someone has to do it…
And for Rhune it’s a small price to pay for his past sins. He’s taken a new name and a somewhat normal life, except at night when he transforms into a hellhound to take souls to the City of the Dead for purgatories legions to deliver them to Hell. For fifteen centuries he’s lived in happy solitude until Hanna, a paralegal with the most amazing eyes, rear ends him in the small town of Rio Morden. He’s seen those eyes before, but it’s been years since the last time. Now she’s all grown up and involved in a murder trial that has its sights set on her becoming its next victim. What’s a hellhound to do? Surely not fall in love—and certainly not with a Dreamwalker. And is that all she is?
Mix in a diabolical lawyer and his lover, some Voodoo magic, and it’s a recipe for mayhem and murder.
Can Rhune keep Hanna safe, or is she destined to be Hellhound Bound?
Hellhound Bound is a Supernatural Thriller.
It wasn’t a wolf or a dog, but it was part of that animal kingdom…sort of. Furry scales covered every inch of its massive body but they looked more like pliable, flaming metal that danced in slow motion, just like how fire moved. Its paws somewhat resembled those of a dog, but the back carpal pads were talons about five inches long and three inches thick. Its head was huge, its snout elongated, rather than wide. It stood about seven and a half feet tall and had a reddish glow emanating around its rigid, muscular frame. Heat radiated off it like a massive bonfire.
She inched her way slowly along the wall toward the street. If she’d had the power to be invisible, now would have been a good time to use it. The illumination of teeth larger than any Jaws poster gorged into the man who’d attacked her, who she happened to glimpse was Roger, or rather, what was left of him.
His gurgling screams tapered into silence as his head detached from his body and fell with a resounding plop to the cement.
Blood had gushed in every direction. The flesh became mangled mush. Transfixed, she watched as this…thing...ate him. Head and all.
Collapsing to her knees, she tried to breathe. Instead, she gagged and dry-heaved with an ugly retching sound.
The monster paused, lifting its nose and sniffed at the air. It turned toward her, its fiery-filled eye sockets drilling straight into her.
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