What would you do if you woke up in another realm where the residents are beings from fictional tales?
Where all those things that go bump in the night are real and other realities do exist!!
Damariss Maxx just woke up in a world where all those things that go bump in the night are real.
An alternate realm where the residents are beings she thought only existed in fiction.
Will she find the way to keep life normal and simple for those unknowing without losing her own sanity?
All she has to do now is find a way to protect the people in her world from the nightmares that have bleed from this other realm into it and fulfill a prophecy that says she's their huntress queen or doom this other world to a bleak, violent existence
About the Author
J. Risk is a pseudonym used by Jacqueline Paige I wanted to write a story that would fit into new adult levels as well as adult. Something that was serious with fun elements--paranormal / fantasy that everyone could read and enjoy. I've decided to use J. Risk as the pen name for this to separate this series from my other writing which is definitely adult reading material.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Daxx is a bounty hunter that ends up in Alterealm, an alternate world to our own but one in which the things of nightmares are made. Very few can cross over so clearly Daxx is special; everyone thinks she is the prophesized huntress queen. She has abilities that make all the craziness sound possible. But when she learns that someone is trying to destroy her world, she is willing to do anything to keep those she cares for safe. I really enjoyed this book. Daxx is one tough chick and although she is clearly thrown off, she still sticks around to get the story. Of course she has a whole group of sexy men and various fantasy creatures to help her along the way. This is an amazing start to a series. I can’t wait to see where Daxx is going from here. This is the first book that I have read of Jacqueline Paige, but it won’t be my last. It looks like I have some books to be catching up on. I received a complimentary copy of this book. I chose to voluntarily read and post an honest review.