Demons are not just killers, they are also masterminds.
Kate’s life is far from normal. She can see Auras, her boyfriend is immortal, and her powers make her a target. But now that the Demon Lord is hunting her, things are about to go from dangerous to truly deadly. Packed with action, mind-blowing plot twists, and characters you can’t get enough of, this is a fast-paced, heart-pounding read from cover to cover.
Seers Out Now
For Kate Bennet, surviving the car wreck that killed her parents means big changes and even bigger problems. As she begins to see auras and invisible people, Kate must learn to trust Patrick O'Donnell, a handsome Guardian, or risk her life being overrun with Demons. She soon realizes that both she and her heart are in big-time trouble.
Demons Out Now
Kate's life is far from normal. She can see Auras, her boyfriend is immortal, and her powers make her a target. But now that the Demon Lord is hunting her, things are about to go from dangerous to truly deadly. Packed with action, mind-blowing plot twists, and characters you can't get enough of, this is a fast-paced, heart-pounding read from cover to cover.
Guardians coming July 9th
A vision of Kate's death causes Patrick to intensify his duties as Guardian. The Demon Lord is especially relentless now that Kate is the only Seer to ever escape his grasp. When Patrick discovers that Kate is the key to defeating their greatest enemy
About the Author
Heather Frost was born in Sandy, Utah, and raised in a small Northern Utah town. She is the second oldest of ten children, and she has always been an avid reader and writer. She graduated from Snow College and is currently attending Utah State University. She enjoys playing the flute, listening to all types of music, and watching a wide variety of movies. Ever since she wrote her first short story—at the age of four—she has dreamed of one day becoming an author. Demons is her second published novel. Visit www.HeatherFrost.com to leave her a message, or learn more about her and the Seers Trilogy.
Excerpt from “Demons”
Once we’d successfully merged onto the larger street, I shifted in my seat so my back leaned almost completely on the door.
“Patrick, what’s going on? Why haven’t you recovered since Toni took that bullet out?”
His eyes flickered toward me, but his head remained forward, focused on the traffic. “The honest answer?” he finally asked, reaching out to twist the volume down.
“I’d prefer that over a lie.”
His lips pressed tightly together. He deftly switched lanes and flicked off the blinker; in the same second, he glanced my way. “I don’t know,” he admitted quietly, and I knew his honesty cost him. He didn’t want to tell me this. He concentrated on the road. “Was it a combination of age, exhaustion, and then getting shot? I don’t know. But any damage the bullet caused . . . I can feel that it healed just fine.”
“What about a doctor?”
He flashed me a quick smile, trying to lighten the air. “Right. Because I’m perfectly normal and able to see a doctor.”
“No, I mean—you have to have someone to consult with. You Guardians seem to have everything else covered.”
“Kate, Guardians don’t get sick. That’s just a fact.” He shrugged. “I’m planning to discuss it with Terence when he comes. Toni wanted me to keep our indiscretion private, since we were told to stay away from that Guardian. But I think it would be prudent to see if Terence has any idea of why I have this persistent headache. It’s not normal.”
I bit my lower lip, unsure of what to say. In the end, I was just relieved that he planned on talking to someone. I told him so, and he smiled and stretched out his hand, seeking for my fingers.
“You worry too much, Kate. I’m the immortal one, remember?”
I shook my head at him. “Does that mean your headache’s eternal too?”
He grimaced. “I certainly hope not.”
I had been to Jaxon’s house a few times, when Aaron and I were together. Most of those parties had been football related, and as we pulled up and I saw all the familiar pickup trucks, I knew that this one was no different. Not that I should have been surprised. Jaxon usually didn’t host anything but sports celebrations. The team had had a home game the night before, so I assumed this party was directly related to that.
Heather Frost was born in Sandy, Utah, and raised in a small Northern Utah town. She is the second oldest of ten children, and she loves her family very much. She is currently pursuing her bachelor’s degree in English at Utah State University. Heather has always been an avid reader, and reading and writing are among her favorite things to do. She also enjoys playing the flute, listening to all types of music, and watching a wide variety of movies. Guardians, the final book in the Seers Trilogy, will be released July 2013.
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I didnt even realize that I had gotten Demons last year via Netgalley until I was looking for the info to post for this tour. I dont even remember reading it. But alas that is the life of a reviewer. We read so much we forget half of what we read after a time. Well I was glad to not only get to re read this series but to also get both books 1 and 2 in print via the publisher so a big thanks to CedarFort!!
So on with the review. I read these books in a few days (yes i know GASP) In my defense I had a head cold and couldnt breath. So Seers I ate up once the story got going. It was a little slower than I liked but all in all I LOVED IT!! I love the new take on Demons, Guardians and Seers! And I was even more impressed when I realized how young the author is/was when this first came out!!
As most of you know I have been on an angel vacation. So it kinda through me when I first learned this was an angel book. But I am very happy that I stuck it out. I havent love a series this much since the Twilight Saga came out all those years ago.
As for Demons that one I finished in a day lol (ya more my style) and I so cant wait for Book 3 which is coming out around my bday in July (July 18th if you were wondering) I am on the band wagon for TEAM FROST and will deff be adding her to my all time favs!! (that is when amazons associate thing is working again!)
So a big 5 stars for me and still sorry for all the confusion about the site Crossroads will be back soon hopefully still working with Bloggers restore thing to get it back! So cross your fingers.