*DEMON HUNT – Book 2 in the Caine Brothers Series from Crescent Moon Press Available now!
Tribred Gregor Caine decided long ago to deny his blood legacy, so he isn’t thrilled when paired with a full-blooded Fae to hunt the demons threatening to decimate Los Angeles. As they fight side by side, he finds she calls to both his Fae and his demon blood; a call he can’t resist.
Warrior Fae Serra Willows crossed into the Human Plane to help destroy the demons released from the Chaos Plane. Finding and shutting down the portal between worlds is more challenging than she expected…and Gregor and his world more seductive than she had ever imagined.
As the killings escalate, Gregor and Serra realize one of the most deadly demons from the Chaos Plane has marked Serra as his own. To save her, Gregor has to face his greatest fear—losing his humanity to the darkness in his
blood. But in a race against time, that darkness could become his greatest strength. And he will kill to claim Serra’s love.
“Demon Hunt sucked me in from the very first page. A potent, exciting, Fae adventure that keeps you turning pages while you try to catch your breath. Ashworth’s talent shines in this unique and original novel. Do not miss it.”
~NY Times Bestselling Author Maggie Shayne
Poppy, Long and Short Reviews (See full review HERE)
“Looking for a paranormal story full of equal parts action and romance? Want a book that keeps you completely entertained and turning pages to see what happens next? Look no further than Demon Hunt. I hope book three comes out soon.”
Reader Views: by Paige Lovitt (see full review HERE)
“Christine Ashworth totally impressed me with “Demon Hunt.” Readers will find themselves caught up in a great adventure and truly enjoy the extra perks of the erotic scenes that also take place amidst the drama. I highly recommend reading this story and look forward to more books by this author.”
BLOOD DREAMS: A Caine Brothers Short Story Available now at Amazon
It’s December, and Los Angeles is in the grip of a serial killer – or so Gregor Caine would like to believe. But the moon grows fat as it builds toward the winter solstice. An old woman searching for a friend gone missing believes danger is coming, and the Blood Dreams that keep interrupting Gregor’s sleep portend a swarm of demonic activity.
After summer’s setback, Kendall Sorbis is finally getting started on his Revenge Life List. First up, open a portal to the Chaos Plane. Second, invite the Caines to come and play…
“Blood Dreams delivers a perfect tease to Ashworth’s next novel revolving around the Caine brothers and Caine Investigations. Not for the faint of heart, Blood Dreams delivers evil in the believed form of a serial killer on the loose in the streets of Los Angeles. Ashworth’s dialogue and descript writing style, provide vivid images and leaves you wanting more. I read Demon Soul, Ashworth’s first novel and thoroughly enjoyed it. More demons are coming…” USA TODAY Bestselling Author Charlene Sands
“One of my favorite things is when authors give us a bit of awesome in between their books. That is exactly what this is, a bit of awesome. ” Delphina, Amazon review.
DEMON SOUL – Book 1 in the Caine Brothers Series
* Demon Soul 90K CRESCENT MOON PRESS ISBn 978-0-9841805-9-2
Gabriel Caine stands on the edge of the abyss. A vampire has stolen his soul and if he doesn’t get it back soon, his next step will be into Hell. Only the mysterious Rose can help him retrieve it. Without her, he really will become the devil himself.
Rose Walters has been sent back from the dead to complete one task – save Gabriel Caine. But this muscled guy in leather, black jeans and a dangerous aura didn’t look like he needed anyone’s help.
Rose has touched the whole of Gabriel, making him yearn for a love he believes he can never have. Her willingness to put her human life on the line for him forces him to bring all three parts of himself – demon, human, and Fae bloodlines, and the strengths of each – into harmony and into the fight that decided their fate.
New Review – by Kyuu Satsui of Night Owl Reviews. See entire review here.
“My thoughts: It was a great storyline. The plot is original and suspenseful, just like every good book should be. I was literally sitting on the edge of my chair, and could not walk away from the story after I got into it. The characters, Gabriel and Rose, they have this chemistry from the first moment they meet and it makes the story that much better.”
by Tracey Rock of Reader Views. See entire review here.
“The concept around “Demon Soul” is something that I have not come across before. I would have to applaud Christine Ashworth for coming up with a plot that hadn’t already saturated the market. The characters were different than what you would normally read about. Although the book was a work of fiction, the author took real life issues and managed to weave them into the story in a very nice way. So, the book went beyond a love story or a story about someone being rescued. It went a little deeper and darker into family relationships and the issues that plague our society, such as drug addiction and created a story around that. “Demon Soul” is for those who want something different and want to go beyond the fluff that is out there today.”
The Romance Reviews review by Vixhen see entire review here.
“A powerful debut novel that will capture your heart and soul. … I love a good love story where the characters are a bit damaged. Rose’s background is less than perfect, and Gabriel has a past that he’d rather forget. Rose was a great heroine who was ballsy and smart. Gabriel, as well as his brother, Justin, and cousin, Kellan, were the best kind of alpha males — loyal, dangerous and oh so sexy. I even liked Satine. She was evil and wicked to the 10th power. Magdalena de la Cruz, the resident witch, was also strong and could hold her own.
Ms. Ashworth’s story had action and a great plot that kept me engrossed. All the characters were well written and totally enjoyable. I loved the characters and totally want more. (Magdalena and Justin – definitely a potential couple that needs a book of their own.) I liked Ms. Ashworth’s writing style — fast and to the point with some humor thrown in. I will definitely buy her next book.”