THE DARK SOULS ACADEMY
Mess With The Demon, Suffer Hell's Burn.
I've been on the run my whole life. Hiding didn't feel real until my fathers disappeared, and my mother sent my brother and me to Earth. By ourselves. At age eight.
Regardless to say, I was a little messed up. My fear of Lucifer enslaving me was crippling. Talking to strangers, yeah right. Showing emotions, not if I can help it. Protective instincts for the weak, on fucking steroids. Relationships, not going to happen.
Did the Light Souls council care? Nope. My demon side made me a Dark Soul. Someone not worthy of rights. Even worse, if they knew what kind of demon I was, they'd kill me. So, I shut my mouth and followed the enforcers into a place of nightmares. Hell.
I was now a prisoner... a student at Dark Souls Academy for half-demons. My main goal was to survive, but my secret made it difficult. Power was everything in the demon world and demons would do anything to climb up the ladder of power.
Thankfully, I had a few people on my side. I have to take care of two lower-level demons and two outcast men that feel right in every way. Even three off-limit brothers, but I didn't count them. They had a mate, and I wouldn't go there.
But can I really trust these people, though? Or would they be more power-hungry demons waiting for the perfect opportunity to betray me? If I survived, anyway.
Urban Fantasy 18+
This is a full-length Why Choose Paranormal Romance novel. There are Trigger Warnings. This book takes place in Hell, with demons. So, it contains violence, adult language, and strong conduct. There's also abuse, murders, mental health disorders, illnesses, second character cheating, and ends on a cliffhanger.
The FMC has a hero complex and fights her feelings, so she may cause you some frustration. This is to protect the people she cares for. She feels alone and doesn’t understand that there are people willing to help her. Learn more on the author note page.
A DARK SOULS ACADEMY
Beware of Hell's creatures, they bite.
I've had to hide my whole life from Lucifer and other demons who either want me dead or enslaved for being a succubus. Forced to run and never get close to people. I had one close friend, her cousin, and my brother, Zar. But it was still a lonely life.
Zar and I were surviving just fine until the Light Soul Counsel changed everything. They declared all supernaturals with demon blood to be labeled Dark Souls and sent back to Hell.
First, I lost my brother. Then, they captured me. Now, I lived in a demon academy in Hell named Dark Souls Academy. Go Figure.
I've had to fight every second since getting here, and surviving a demon horde wasn't fucking easy. Do I get a break? Nope.
I saved too many people and denied the horde their sacrificed flesh, so the Dark Counsel, which is led by Lucifer, is coming here to decide what will be the consequence. That can mean a slap on the wrist, or it can mean death. Whatever happens next, I'm done pushing people away. I need to claim my men and create a faction. Well, I will if I'm not sentenced to death, that is. But I have a feeling I won't be able to keep everyone alive this time.
If that isn't enough, there are three dangerous men who I need to stay away from. Not just because they're Lucifer’s sons, but they're also off limits. My demon side doesn't care. My morals do, though. A lot is going to happen within these few days. I just hope I can handle it.
Urban Fantasy 18+
This is a full-length, FAST PACED, Why Choose Paranormal Romance novel. There are Trigger Warnings. This book takes place in Hell, with demons. So, it contains violence, adult language, and strong conduct. There's also physical and sexual abuse, murders, mental health disorders, illnesses, second character cheating, and ends on a cliffhanger. The FMC has a hero complex and fights her feelings. So, she may cause you some frustration. Also, be warned that Ivy is a self-sacrificing character, almost to the point of naivety.
Book two is all about change. Personalities may change and become darker. They have had to suppress who they really are, so they don't even know themselves.
You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face and then say to yourself, I lived through this horror. I can take the next thing that comes along.
By Eleanor Roosevelt
This quote was put in The Smokiest Grave