Extinguished Beta Review # 3!
Another beta reader finished and provided me with this little tidbit of praise!
“The story follows a female firefighter and her struggle to find out who she is and where she came from. Her character is relatable and well described. Her relationships with the people around her are believable and add to her charm. The story is well written, and makes it easy to fall for the main character and her demon fighting clan. I found myself rooting for them as they battled their foes, sad when they fail and cheering when they won. It is easy to put yourself in the book and see the images play out in your mind. The ending is a surprisingly good one after being on the edge if your seat until then.”
So there you have it! I’m in the process of finishing my final read through and hope to have it sent to the publisher tonight! On top of that, you may notice a change in the cover…
Angel Burns is a young fire fighter with a shrouded history. During a routine night at work, she accidentally stumbles upon a demonic ceremony that brings her memories out of hiding…as well as her repressed supernatural powers. Angel soon learns that her life was intended for something greater than extinguishing fires for mortals as she dives deeper into the demonic underworld. Now on the payroll of the Vatican, Angel embarks upon an epic quest to protect the Gutenberg Bibles from the clutches of evil. If successful, she will secure peace for generations to come. If she fails, the power of the ancient books will be unleashed to bestow an eternity of darkness upon all of humanity!