After stopping a serial killer and shutting down an interstate human trafficking ring, Sloan Jordan is ready for a break. But back at home in Asheville, her problems have only just begun.

The supernatural world has taken an interest in her, and strange things are happening. Her powers are multiplying, she’s plagued by vivid nightmares, and a deranged young woman, babbling an unknown language, has been detained by police. The only clue to her identity—Sloan’s name carved into her arm. 

If that wasn't enough, the FBI has launched a full-scale investigation into her private life, believing Sloan might not be as innocent as she claims.

With her boyfriend, Warren Parish, deployed with the Marine Corps, Sloan’s only ally is Detective Nathan McNamara. Their friendship is already complicated, and its limits are about to be tested. Sloan has a secret…one that could turn even Nathan against her forever.

What People Are Saying

"The Soul Summoner hooked me, The Siren made me fall in love and The Angel of Death blew my mind." - R.K. Close, author of Red Night

"This book is engaging, hilarious, adorable, heartbreaking..." - Erani Kole, book blogger

"Hold onto your mukluks because this book is going to blow them off. This story isn’t just paranormal. It’s PARANORMAL. I’m talking epic, with battles between angels and demons, good vs. evil." - K. Hughett

"One of the best books I've ever read!!!!" - L. Shaw

"This book has action, romance, jealousy, the paranormal, suspense, and quite a few answers to some of the questions we were left with from the 'The Siren'. Elicia Hyder sure does know how to spin a yarn and I cannot wait for the next book." - KiraH

"The best volume in the series so far." - R. Gottinger

"Elicia Hyder has restored my faith in the series by an indie author. Her storytelling skills shine." - Amazon Reviewer

Elicia Hyder

Elicia Hyder is the author of The Soul Summoner Series as well as a few contemporary romances, The Bed She Made and To Be Her first. Elicia studied American Literature and Creative Writing at the American Military University. She lives with her husband and five children in central Florida.

Elicia Hyder,