Being a demon isn’t easy, but who else will prevent an apocalypse?
Maya hates being a demon. So when an opportunity arises to ditch her duties as a High Councillor in the Dome and return to the Human Realm, she takes it.
But what started off as a journey to see her old hunting partner and tell him her true feelings winds up in a battle to save humanity from an Archdemon Tanatos who also slipped through the Demon Gate. Before that demon becomes too strong, she must eliminate him. It may be a suicide mission, and she’ll willingly do it with the only man on her mind—Ben.
*This novella can be read as a standalone or as part of the series. It takes place during and after Helena Hawthorn Series Book 3 (Crumbling Control).
**This story is NA (New Adult) in genre whereas the main series in YA (Young Adult).
About the Author
May Freighter is an internationally bestselling author from Dublin, Ireland. She writes Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, and Sci-Fi mysteries that will keep you entertained, mystified, and hopefully craving more. Her only pets are cacti. They're the only things that survived. It may be too dangerous to entrust her with an animal while she's engrossed in writing.
On sunny, rainy, and overcast days, she spends her time with her fictional friends, putting them through dangerous adventures while wishing them the best of luck. Her hobbies are photography, drawing, and plotting different ways of characters' demise.
HELENA HAWTHORN SERIES:
- Alexander: Memoirs (Prequel)
- Russian Roulette
- Demon Gates
- Crumbling Control
- Desired (Spin-off Novella)
- Alexander: Monochrome Interview
- Fated Origins
- Cherished (Spin-off Novella)
- Dark Affiliations (Release date: 2018)
ANNALISE STORM CHRONICLES:
- Case: 0
- Case: 1
- Case: 2 - (Release date: 2018)
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was an amazing read that packed a big punch of action for a novella. Love this look at Maya and Ben.
I’m so glad the author wrote this novella for Maya! Since she’s been part of the demon world (and what a genius way to turn the path of the story), I’ve been rooting, even more, for her and Ben. Archdemon, Tanatos opens the gate to the human world Maya has to stop him before the whole gate crashes. She’s the same old Maya, running after the bad, helping her friend Helena at times of need, she’s a girl of great heart and courage. But will she be an outsider among the people she knows and loves? My heart broke out for her with everything that happened to her but I love that the author did this in a way, as it brought fresh blood, challenges, and twists to the story. As usual, new fascinating characters continue to make their entrance in this story. I’m looking forward to reading more on Eirik. I can’t get enough of this series.
This is a really interesting story and will leave you wanting to read more. It has some great characters. I really enjoyed it and recommend you check out her other books as well. I am voluntarily reviewing a copy I received.
being a demon is bad enough and she hates it so when she can go to the human world to get away she will do it. what she doesnt know is that it could lead to more trouble and she will need to do everything to save everything and everybody. can she do it? see if she can I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
This was another okay read for this spinoff series.Maya and Ben are cute together. I was upset that it just stopped. Thought there could have been more. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
I loved reading May Freighter’s Helena Hawthorn series and this is a spin off to that series. Maya wants to return to the human realm and when she gets the chance she takes it, a demon goes through the gate, arch demon Tantos a very dangerous demon. Maya feels guilty for giving the demon a chance to get through the gate so she is determined to hunt the demon down knowing that it might be a suicide mission. Another fantastic read by May Freighter she has an amazing imagination and it shows in her books. I loved everything about this book and if you haven’t read any of May’s books I suggest you do you won’t regret it. I highly recommend this book it’s definitely well worth the read.