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Desert Shaman

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Description

The Whiskeys are growing in power, and they have no idea why.

Paige Whiskey is now the unofficial liaison between the Elder Council and the paranormal community, and she’s been put on a mission for months now to bring more paranormals in. Trouble is brewing on the horizon. Everyone can feel it, but no one has a clue what it might be.

When the regional alpha gets a call from the Utah pack, requesting a trial with Paige, she’s not quite certain what to expect. The only thing she knows for sure is that her family is growing in shifter power and the region needs to more shifters to help counter and control it.

But what she learns in Utah brings the kind of understanding she doesn’t quite know what to do with. The ancients are coming, and they’re using her family to arrive.

 

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Notes From Frankie

This starts what is easily our most hated and loved series yet. When we first started this, we confused the absolute crap out of our readers because... this mini-series isn't your typical one-hero series.

The reviews show that they either super loved it or super hated it. LOL!

Paving Paths

Originally, Paige was supposed to go down a much different life path. At this point, she was going to have a beautiful baby girl, and we were going to enjoy some really fantastic stories with her and Dexx raising little Rai.

However, Dexx tripped on something or did something in Big Bad Djinn which happens at the same time as Desert Shaman and it completely sent all of our characters on a much, much different path than I'd intended.

Length

I'd been playing around with the idea of creating series starters as shorter books because they were going to be free leaders.

However, with the way this one was received, I decided against that.  So, yeah. This one is shorter. It's... the only one that will be shorter. I listen.