Paige’s heart hurts, but she can’t quit yet.

She knows she has to get over her losses—because they haven’t had many wins—and keep moving forward. The entire town of Troutdale knows the existence of the paranormals that live among them and someone’s gotta keep a lid down on the civil war breeding inside her own damned wards.

Sven and his demons have walled off the entire town. Nothing comes in or out. No supplies. No food. No medicines. No gas.
And all around them? Demons.

They’re glued to her wards like flies on fly paper and it doesn’t matter now many Paige and her team pick off, more seem to come. She’s even been forced to let the Blackman witches underneath the protections of her wards so they wouldn’t fall into Sven’s hands. She’s gathered all the power players she can, and it isn’t enough Sven is too powerful. He’s found a way to siphon power from an alternate dimension, where the spirit animals and fallen gods and goddesses live. And now? He’s got Bastet on his team.

Blessed Mother. The chips just keep rolling.

So, Paige is going to do the only thing she can. She’s going to free an old enemy, to release the most powerful Eastwood witch, and see if the power of the three greatest witch families on the west coast will finally be enough to bring down Sven Seven-Tails once and for all.

This concludes the Whiskey-verse Crossover Event. Whoa! What a ride!



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Notes From Frankie

I remember as I was writing this and helping Shane with his and Alivia with hers that this was the hardest book I'd ever written, and I loved it. It was a challenge. I love a good challenge.

I'm half-way through helping Shane with Eye of the Saber and mid-way through Breaking Whiskey and I just want to cry-laugh. This book was easy compared to the entire Para Wars mini-series.

Pregnant Woman Fighting

I got a lot of slack when this book released because of the fact that Paige was pregnant through this entire mini-series. There are a lot of women who struggle with their pregnancies. There are a lot of women who shouldn't have to push through when they're pregnant.

I wasn't that woman. With either of my pregnancies. I was in the military with my first one and a working single mother with my second. I never did as much as Paige did. Like... storytelling is a fine line of exaggeration and reality, but... every pregnancy is unique.

Preempt To War

By about midway through this mini-series, I knew the next big war was going to be a civil war or a world war. So, I set it up as smoothly and foundationally as I could.