New book cover design.

This new book cover design for number three of the Diamond Peak Series was designed by Velvet Wings Design in preparation for re-publication by S & H Publishing.


About the Book

How do you kill a demon that feeds on fear?

On a rescue mission in a mysterious hidden realm, ex-fencing champion Ariel battles treacherous terrain, vicious elementals, and wraith-like demons who feed on fear and want her dead. To defeat the demons and free her mother, she must learn a secret esoteric wisdom to awaken the dormant but potentially explosive power of her mind.

Walnut, a quirky old wise man, guides her across stone-strewn plains and wind-swept swamps, past deep ravines and quaint villages, and through a modern city enclosed in a transparent dome. Nick, the powerful Warrior who travels with them, proves a dangerous attraction. His feral energy hits her like a sledgehammer; sometimes it’s bliss, but often it’s pain.

Can Ariel defeat the sadistic demon lord before he kills her and enslaves her mother?

The stakes are high, death a real possibility. Fail now, and she fails humanity.

Lethal Inheritance has it all – rich, detailed world building, insanely realistic characters, and a kick ass fantasy plot.” Book Briefs Reviews.

Lethal Inheritance rivals such young adult favorites as J.K. Rowling and Rick Riordian. Tammy Dewhurst, Rabid Readers.

Ariel’s journey challenges her perception, tests her awareness and takes her deep into her heart and mind to confront, and ultimately transcend, her fear and anger.

This first  book in the Diamond Peak Serieshas received the Awesome Indies Seal of Excellence in independent fiction and a BRAG Medallion for outstanding independent fiction.



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