Shades Below #2 Is Here!

It’s live.

It’s fabulous.

It’s everything you didn’t know you were waiting for.

Lena Alan and Jesper MacMillian are back in The Devil’s Disease (Shades Below, #2)!



“Say what you will about us, Mr. MacMillian, but every human you saw tonight was here of their own free will.” Lynch watched the people still trickling past.  “They seek us out.  They flock to us in droves.  Do you know why?”

MacMillian didn’t speak.

“Because we give them something.” Lynch turned back to him.  “They give us their blood, and in return, we give them a place to belong.  We give them an identity.  You’d be surprised how many humans have never had either of those before.”

MacMillian shook his head.  “I’m sorry, but I don’t see people with an identity.  I see people playing dress-up, so desperate to belong they’ll believe anything you tell them.”  He tightened his jaw.  “They have no clue what’s really going on.”

“And now you do.” Lynch shifted.  “You may be right.  It is in our best interests to facilitate certain…fantasies.  But really, isn’t that what identity is?  The stories we tell others, the names we call ourselves?”

MacMillian didn’t have an answer to that.  He gripped his cane a little tighter.  “And what about you?  What do you call yourself, Lynch?”

Lynch smiled into the darkness.  “Why, my dear detective.  I am a monster.”


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Published by L.J.K. Oliva

L.J.K. Oliva writes urban fantasy and paranormal romance, with a heavy dash of suspense. She likes her whiskey strong, her chocolate dark, and her steak bloody. Most of all, L.J.K. likes monsters... and knows the darkest ones don't live in closets.

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