India Drummond's Ordinary Angels

Today's the day - India Drummond's Ordinary Angels is out!


"An urban fantasy / paranormal romance novel in which Zoë Pendergraft falls in love with an angel, frees a soul from necromancers, releases a ghost trapped in the Void, and saves his living grandson from demons.

Most of Zoë's friends are dead, but she doesn't mind because they died long before she met them. Then one Tuesday night an angel takes her salsa dancing and turns her world upside down. Grim reality closes in when she discovers a body in her company's boiler room and Higher Angels accuse her best ghost friend of murder. Knowing she's the only one who can stand against them, Zoë resorts to lying, stealing and summoning. In the end, getting blood on her hands forces Zoë to question herself.

Heat Rating: Some inter-species sizzle. Definitely not for kids."
Read the first chapter of Ordinary Angels here.

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India Drummond


Urban Fantasy / Paranormal Fiction Author

India knew from age nine that writing would be her passion. Since then she's discovered many more, but none quite so fulfilling as creating a world, a character, or a moment and watching them evolve into something complex and compelling. She has lived in three countries and four American states, is a dual British and American citizen, and currently lives at the base of the Scottish Highlands in a village so small its main attraction is a red phone box. In other words: paradise.

The supernatural and paranormal have always fascinated India. In addition to being an avid sci-fi and fantasy reader, she also enjoys mysteries, thrillers, and romance. This probably explains why her novels have elements of adventure, ghosts (or elves, fairies, angels, aliens, and whatever else she can dream up), and spicy love stories.

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Comments

Talli Roland said…
Wooooooo! Yay for India!
Medeia Sharif said…
That's a beautiful cover. Sounds interesting.
Susan Fields said…
Hooray for India, how exciting! And her village does sound like paradise - I'd love to see that red phone box. :)
Deniz Bevan said…
Congratulations again India!
hmm, haven't heard of this one. sounds interesting. thanks for this!
Deniz Bevan said…
Thanks for coming by Terry Lynn!

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