Demon of Mine
by Rayna Vause
August 28, 2015
Available in: e-Book, Trade Size
Climbing the corporate ladder can be hell….
As a collections demon, Zavier grants his “clients” one wish in exchange for their souls. His job sucks, but once you make a deal with Corporate South, they own you. The trouble is, Zavier’s not a very good collections demon, with his tendencies to spurn authority and find loopholes to help deserving clients out of their contracts. He’s under scrutiny from the head of his department, who would quite literally like to see him burn. He just needs to close a simple deal to get upper management off his back. Instead, he meets Ryan.
Ryan is desperately searching for a way to save his dying sister. He doesn’t believe in magic and demons, but he’s out of options. Zavier’s not what he expects in a demon, and even more unexpected is the strong sense of familiarity—very intimate familiarity.
While trying to free Ryan from his contract, Zavier discovers secrets unscrupulous even by South standards. Exposing them could cost Zavier everything, but it might be Ryan’s only hope.
Rayna Vause is a lifetime learner who wants to live on a Disney cruise ship traveling the world and thinks purple should be considered a natural hair color. She loves to craft tales full of mystery, magic, and adventure and is a proud geek who injects a little bit of her geeky, tech-obsessed soul into every story. Rayna has collected degrees in English, Computer Information Systems, Radiologic Science, and Physician Assistant Studies.She’s planned readers and writers conference for more then ten years and has spent a great deal of time serving on the boards of various writers organization. Rayna is a member of RWA Philadelphia Romance Writers, and RWANYC.When she isn’t writing, she’s likely indulging her love of video games, knitting, planning her next trip to Disney, working through her massive TBR pile, or plotting her next novel. She is represented by Jill Marsal of the Marsal Lyon Literary AgencyAuthor Photo by Marti Corn Photography.