3 Works in Demon Sleep | Remy Sanders
Being a witch who specializes in necromancy doesn't mean Virgil's life is all sunshine and cobwebs. He tries his best to live a peaceful life with his friends while looking after the other supernaturals in his little village outside the city.
When supernaturals start turning up dead and drawing the attention of the human police, however, Virgil is forced to help the local police try and solve the case while keeping both his, and the entire village's real nature a secret.
Besides, murder should be easy to solve with necromancy, right?
Oh boy, this was going to be a journey of supernatural magic, love, murder mystery and everything in between!
For his 18th birthday, Roman Sanders had expected presents, getting drunk, maybe, in his wildest dreams, a car of his own. Not to be told his parents had sold their first born to a demon, payment to be collected on his birthday. Today. No matter what he might want from life, it seems as though his destiny is nothing more than to be dragged down to Hell.
Virgil doesn’t want a human soul but he knows he doesn’t have a choice in the matter, not after his dad insisted and he finds the human not at all what he expected. Maybe this won’t be as terrible as he feared.
And Remy? Well Remy just wants to make sure this human doesn’t steal what is his.
But nothing can ever be that simple can it? Not when forces start to meddle in the very fabric of the Underworld and the group find themselves torn apart as new battlegrounds are forged and old secrets come bubbling to the surface.
Roman hadn’t quite admitted it to himself, but this trip was important to him. He wasn’t excited to be spending the next few weeks in some dreary little town in the middle of nowhere, but it was something he needed to do.
The car slowed as they reached a turn. The road ahead of them continued on for what seemed like miles, but there was a thinner, even bumpier dirt road to their left. The moon was now shining over them, as the rows of trees had thinned out, and Roman was able to read the large sign in front of him as the driver turned the vehicle.
“Welcome to Candle Cove”