Immersed is released on Amazon today! I am soooo freaking excited about this novella. I struggled like hell to write it, and struggled even more to describe it. But, in the end, I think Melusine and Levi were fun to bring to life.
Immersed is filled with things I love: Chicago, strange creatures, a kickass heroine, seriously silly innuendo, tongue-in-cheek scenarios and characters drawn from medieval myth.
And get this: you can read it for less than anything you can get at the dollar store! 99 cents, people. So while it may not be for every reader (you kind of have to like weirdness), it is for every budget. 😉 BUY IT HERE
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Forget petticoats and demure female behavior. Melusine Doré prefers armored corsets and knives and slays evil creatures for a living. The grim and gruesome don’t frighten her; she’ll take on a cyclops or a dragon and not even break a sweat. But when her rival, the charismatic Levi Cannon, comes to town, all her buried fears begin to surface. Melusine realizes she is in danger of something much more horrifying than facing blood-thirsty beasts – she’s in danger of falling in love. Because love alone has the power to reveal a secret terrible enough to completely shatter her world.
Set in the muddy streets of 1850s steampunk Chicago, Immersed is a stand-alone novella, but the first in a series of adventures that follow Melusine on her quest to rid the world of monsters…and her struggle to come to terms with every monstrous facet of herself.
Grabbing her fountain pen, Melusine inked warts onto Levi’s nose and cheeks, and filled in the area between his eyebrows. She gazed down at his lifeless face and grunted. Warts and all, Levi Cannon still looked good. Too good.
Once a year or so Levi would come into town, challenging Melusine, leaving a trail of dead monsters and smitten women in his wake. But she never rose to his dares and instead stayed out of sight until he left.
He was too dangerous, for so many reasons.