Dark Cotillion (First in the Brenna Strachan Series)

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Brenna Strachan is getting ready to turn 30. For a demon, this is the time of maturing. She’ll gain all her demon powers and have eternity to learn to use them.

But maturing has a drawback, for the next month, she’s mortal. More
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About Hadena James

Hadena James began writing at the age of eight. As a teenager, she had several short stories published in literary magazines. She completed writing her first novel at the age of 17.
Hadena graduated from the University of Missouri with a degree in European History with minors in German and Russian studies. She has always wanted to be a writer so she also took several classes in creative writing.
Hadena’s primary literary genre is action/thriller. She currently writes two series, both use action/thriller. “The Brenna Strachan Series” uses fantasy and the “Dreams & Reality Series” uses murder mystery as its secondary genre. She continues to explore and expand her writing and hopes to soon produce a comedic action/thriller.
When she isn’t busy writing or running her business, Hadena enjoys playing in a steel-tip dart league. She also loves to travel throughout North America and Europe. Her favorite cities are Chicago, Illinois and Berlin, Germany. She is an avid reader, reading everything from the classics like Jane Austen to modern writers like Terry Pratchett. One of her all-time favorite books is “Good Omens” by Neil Gaimen and Terry Pratchett. She writes all of her books while listening to music and the bands tend to get “honorable mentions” within the pages.

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About the Series: The Brenna Strachan Series
An apocalyptic dark fantasy series. Brenna Strachan is a powerful witch and demon tasked with stopping the apocalypse. It's going to require her to grow up and take responsibility, not an easy task when everyone around is immortal.

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Marie Westpfal reviewed on April 17, 2013

Enjoyable read. Different viewpoint on standard held beliefs.
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Carol reviewed on April 14, 2013

The basic story line is OK but this tale needs to be pruned. Lots of discussion punctuated by brief periods of action.
(review of free book)
A Licciardo reviewed on Dec. 9, 2012

The base storyline here is great. I'd rate higher, but this needs major editing. I'm interested as to where this story goes and am hoping there is more to come from this tale.
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