Anyone who says this mother-daughter team doesn’t mesh has only seen them trying to put out the fire from the stupid wires behind the television that should’ve been more clearly labeled in the first place.
Alyssa, the A in A&E, has gone from mucking out horse stalls and taping her eyes open during college lectures, to writing novels. When she’s not writing, reading, or running down the halls flapping her coat while singing the Batman theme song, she’s either dancing or immersed in anime.
Eileen has much more class. Even a degree. Fancy. Mother of three lovably peculiar children—all of which like to point out how short she is. But really, she isn’t. They’re just freaking giants. Happily married, she enjoys escaping like a bat out of hell—uh, *cough, cough* we meant she enjoys horseback riding at a leisurely speed around the mountains surrounding their California home.
Demons at Deadnight is their debut novel, and currently they’re eating bon-bons and watching TV—oh, scratch that—they’re currently diligently at work on the next epic Divinicus Nex adventure. (Come on! Who’s supposed to proofread this stuff? Heads are gonna roll, people. Seriously. Heads are gonna roll!)
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Demons at Deadnight
(5.00 from 3 reviews)
By A&E Kirk
Published: February 6, 2012.
Seventeen-year-old Aurora Lahey has the crappiest superpower on the planet. And it just unleashed a demonic hit squad from hell. The Hex Boys—mysterious, hunky, notorious—hold the key to her survival but trusting them could prove fatal. This fight may cost Aurora everything worth living for but no worries. To win, she needs the Hex Boys and teaming up with these guys will probably kill her anyway.
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