Thursday, February 22, 2018

The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Crave by Deborah Wilde





The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Crave
Nava Katz
Book Four
Deborah Wilde

Genre: urban fantasy / romance

Publisher: Te Da Media

Date of Publication: February 20, 2018

ISBN: 978-1-988681-10-8
ASIN:  B0784674R3

Number of pages: 438
Word Count: 92,500

Cover Artist: Damonza

Tagline: Meet Nava Katz. Punches like a girl. Kicks demon butt.


Book Description:

What doesn’t kill you... seriously messes with your love life.

Nava is happily settling into her new relationship and life is all giddy joy and stolen kisses.

Except when it’s assassins. Talk about a mood killer.

She and Rohan are tracking the unlikely partnership between the Brotherhood and a witch who can bind demons, but every new piece of the puzzle is leaving them with more questions than answers.

And someone doesn’t appreciate them getting close to the truth.

Go figure.

On top of that, a demon known only as Candyman has unleashed a drug that’s harming users in extremely disturbing ways.

After a friend of Nava’s is hurt, she vows to take this demon down. But will life as she knows it survive this mission, or will this be the one time she should have looked before she leapt?

Happily-ever-after: barring death, she’s got a real shot at it.


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Excerpt:
“I love home delivery.”
Malik lounged in his doorway, eyeing me the way the wolf must have with the
three little pigs. His British accent was pure sin.
“I love your
arrogance that you didn’t bother moving after I almost killed you.”
He laughed,
flashing straight white teeth against his bronze skin. He was still the only
being I’d ever met who could pull off a Caesar cut, and was still the stuff of
billionaire romance cover fantasies in his soft gray trousers that were
artfully tailored to the hard lines of his body and navy shirt, carelessly
folded back at the cuffs. “Oh, petal. I’d say I missed you, but I didn’t. Now,
unless you brought the more interesting twin?” He peered into the hallway.
“No?”
He shut the
door, but I stuffed my foot in to block it. Not like he politely stopped trying
to close it. “Ow.” I pushed my shoulder into the door to keep my poor bones
from breaking. “If you weren’t wondering why I was here, you wouldn’t have let
security buzz me up or let my toes cross the wards I’m sure you’ve got strung across
this door.”
“Ten seconds.”
“That’s not–”
“Five, four…”
“Demons are
being bound.” I rushed my words as he made a buzzing noise.
Malik yanked me
inside by my collar and slammed the door.
I wrenched free.
His penthouse
apartment hadn’t changed. Still to-die-for sweeping views of the city, a
massive glass wine storage unit in the open concept space, and a loft bedroom.
He pointed at one of the leather sofas, custom made to hug the curved walls.
“Sit and talk.”




About the Author:

A global wanderer, hopeless romantic, and total cynic with a broken edit button, Deborah writes urban fantasy to satisfy her love of smexy romances and tales of chicks who kick ass. This award-winning author is all about the happily-ever-after, with a huge dose of hilarity along the way.






Bookbub: https://www.bookbub.com/authors/deborah-wilde


Interview with Deborah Wilde
Where do you get inspiration for your stories?
When I started writing The Unlikeable Demon Hunter, I was really frustrated with the double standard that I saw applied to even fictional females around sexuality and “likeability” and I wanted to explore that. 
There is also a lot of Jewish history and mythology that comes into play (Brotherhood of David, go figure) and Nava was my way of dealing with misogyny I’d faced in my religion. 
Basically, it’s sexytimes and kickass through a lens of gender politics wrapped in a lot of snark.

How did you do research for your book?
I’ve done all kinds of research. Lots of stuff online which I’m positive is going to land me on a no-fly list. 
But I’ve also gone to Prague for location scouting and absinthe testing, had a midnight adventure in Los Angeles that is working its way into book 5, and sadly, had a Jewish funeral for a family member right before I needed to write a scene about a Jewish funeral.

Do you have another profession besides writing?
Not anymore. For years I was a screenwriter, which was a blast. Then I taught screenwriting but I’ve recently stopped teaching and am writing novels full time.
If you could go back in time, where would you go?
To the 20s. I’d love to experience the decadence of the flapper era. I love the outfits and the music.

What is your next project?
I’m working on book 5 right now, and then book six which is the final book in the series. After that, I have some ideas I’m dumping in a giant word file so I’ll take some time and see what sticks.

Thanks so much for having me!




1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for having me today and helping to celebrate my book birthday! xo

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