Thursday, October 11, 2012

Book Spotlight: Rise Of The Demons: Oceans of Red Volume 1 by Willow Cross

Title: Rise Of The Demons: Oceans of Red Volume 1
Author: Willow Cross
Publisher: Self Published
Pages: 67


By 2015 the streets of Los Angeles have been transformed from a thriving metropolis to a hostile world ravaged by demons bent on assimilating the human race. Standing between this total apocalypse of humanity and their chance for survival is 19 year old Remy Martin.

 A warrior in her own right, trained to think on her feet and kill if the situation requires, she is flanked by her older brother and younger sister.  Together, they devise a plan to take back the streets.  Against the wishes of their father, who commands the resistance forces, they venture into unknown realms of the supernatural in a race against time with the fate of the entire world in their young hands.

Join them on their mission into darkness where death lies around every corner, it is virtually impossible to distinguish your enemies from your allies, and a single mistake could result in the annihilation of everyone you've ever known and loved.

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About Willow Cross

Willow Cross resides in Arkansas with her husband, two children still young enough to live at home, an enormous cat named Bitsy, and a neurotic dog named Tank. Her home has been known to host the occasional ghost and several of her friends profess to be witches. Although she dearly loves Vampires and Werewolves, they are never invited for dinner.

Oceans of Red Volume I
Rise of the Demons

Eight sets of red glittered in the darkness.  Remy slowly brought the sword around in an arc above her head.  “Four.  You copy?” 
A voice answered from the tiny earpiece, “Copy that.  We need one, Rem.  Think you can handle that?”
Her neck popped as she rolled her head.  First to the left, and then to the right.  Pushing her shoulders back, she released the last bit of pent up tension in her muscles.  The only sound breaching the unnatural silence, filling the dark city streets, was the rasp of her leather jumpsuit as she repositioned her body.  Knees slightly bent and sword ready, her eyes remained focused on the approaching men.  “Again?”
“Sorry, boss says we need more intel.”
“Just freaking wonderful.”
A dark parking lot wasn’t the best place to fight demons.  Too many vehicles to hide behind.  Her head jerked to the left as one blurred and separated from the others.  His movement so fast, she nearly missed it.  “Think I found the leader.  He might take off before I can kill the other three.”
“Copy that.  Do what you can.  Go for Kangaroo Alpha.”
A smiled appeared on her lips.  Her father had the weirdest sense of humor. 


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