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I thought death would be a one-way trip. I was wrong.

After a botched assassination attempt, I took a bullet to the heart. That should have put me down for good, but the vampire lord who hired me for the job tied my soul to an Aztec demon.

Now I’m stranded on an island full of rabid wolves, my only companion the trigger-happy ex-boyfriend who shot me. The supernatural community thinks I’m a traitor, and my own sister thinks I’m a murderer. Our only chance is to ally with the wolves. But with each new death, the demon takes a little more control, granting me unexpected powers, but erasing my identity. It won’t be long until nothing’s left but the raging monster who wants to burn the world.

In a desperate attempt to clear my name and save my sister, I uncover a vampire conspiracy, battle undead pirates, plunder a crypt beneath Paris, and ruin a wedding party. And just when I think it’s all over, I discover the shocking truth: That I’ve tipped the scales towards an apocalyptic vision that will destroy the world.

Titles in the Agent of Magic series:

  1. Infernal Assassin: Vampire Killer
  2. Infernal Betrayal: Wolf Hunter
  3. Infernal Vengeance: Demon Slayer

Infernal Betrayal: Wolf Hunter is the first book in Agent of Magic, a thrilling urban fantasy series featuring a witchy heroine fighting a paranormal conspiracy. If you like sexy forbidden romance, deeply flawed characters and heart-pounding supernatural suspense, you’ll be spellbound by Melissa Hawke’s magical new series. Get it today!

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