Darby Adler is done. Done with the Council. Done with ancient evils popping up every five seconds. And especially done with her ex-boyfriend, Bishop. On the hunt for the slippery mage, she has teamed up with an unlikely ally in a Prince of Hell. The same prince that invades her thoughts, her space, and maybe
Never make a deal with a demon. There are two things Darby Adler wants more than anything: to take a vacation, and to find who is responsible for the rash of witch abductions in Knoxville. With an ancient vampire in town and a slew of fugitives on the loose, her suspect pool is vast. But
Some secrets should stay buried. After accidentally freeing a demon, ticking off the werewolf alpha, and possibly inciting a war, Darby Adler’s Warden job is in serious peril. With the council up in arms and a literal god on her doorstep, Darby needs to figure her life out and pronto. If she can’t, losing her
Detective Darby Adler is about to hand in her badge. After inadvertently taking the mantle of Warden of Knoxville, Darby has painted a huge target on her back. With bridges burned and the ABI on her tail, she’ll have to decide between staying a small-town detective or leaning into her new role. It’s not only
There’s not enough coffee or tacos in the world to deal with Darby Adler’s family. If it’s not her death-dealing father, her back-from-the-dead mother, or her ghost grandfather, it’s her long-lost siblings and their bid for power. With the ABI radio silent and her siblings to find, Darby’s got a major problem on her hands–especially when
There are few things worse than being on the Arcane Bureau of Investigation’s naughty list. To keep myself out of hot water, I’ve made a deal with the devil—using my skills as a grave talker to help the ABI solve some very cold cases. But there is something mighty amiss in this task—especially when quite
Seeing dead people and solving their murders is Darby Adler’s bread and butter. What’s not on the menu? A nosy Fed poking around her crime scenes who seems to know a hell of a lot more than he’s saying–especially about the ghosts surrounding Darby and the murderer who’s desperate for her attention.