Gateway Series Reviews: "Demons? Check ! Portals? Check! One tough warrior heroine with a bone to grind with said demons? Check! Magic, Mystery and Mayhem? Check!" -Dii (top 500 amazon reviewer) "The narrative's strongest suit is its playfully steamy romance between destroyer and demon: "She held his wrists above his head...[and] nipped the tip of his nose with her teeth." A romping debut that's perfect for teenage fantasy fans." - Kirkus Reviews Fabulously appealing to YA audiences with a penchant for dark fantasy. - Dean "The Calling is a colorful, suspenseful, sensual, magical tale that keeps you wanting more even after you've turned the final page." - Windtrailpublishing "YA urban fantasies have been the thing for the last few years. However, The Calling is an original spin on an old otherworldly tale. It's a great read with an ending that will make you demand more." - A. E. Albert "I really enjoyed the author's writing style, and I could see some similarities between her style, and that of L.J. Smith in her Nightworld, Vampire diaries, and Dark visions series. Don't get me wrong, The Calling has no plot or character similarities, to these books, but it has the same character development and plot driving feel to it." - K.J. Simmill "When you think of magic, mages and demons let me guess Harry Potter or Buffy The Vampire Slayer springs to mind, am I right? Well this isn't a television show or movie you can safely view from home or you can hit pause when the scenes gets scary. No this is my life, imagine a doorway leading to another realm or planet appearing. Just like in Stargate SG-1 minus all the fancy lights and armed Marines. Every time the gate opens something explosive happens forcing me to answer its call. Just like with any door demons, monsters and other Otherworlders comes out and not all of them are very friendly. Who am I you ask? To my friends I'm Carolyn McInally. To my enemies, I'm known as the Destroyer!" - Christine
The deal was simple: Carolyn and her friends could return home after 21 days. What could happen in 3 short weeks?
Rather a lot: Carolyn’s mother is livid about her “rescue” and Edward is being groomed for a chiefdom he doesn’t want. The Agency’s “elixir of life” has been perfected, and O.W.E. permits mean that certain humans have been authorised to work in the demon realms.
The destroyer is about to face her greatest fear, and it has nothing to do with killing demons:
She must decide what to do about Ethan and Note who risked everything for her and already accomplished the impossible in “Chasing the Demon”.