Raising a Demon

Being a single mother has its challenges, but Evie never imagined that “the talk” would involve Ouija boards and pentagrams. 

 

Evelyn Addams is forty-three and fabulous. She has a great kid, fantastic friends, and doesn’t need a man to complete her. But when she catches ten-year-old Lily summoning a demon to ask for birthday wishes—and the demon who turns up is Evie’s summer fling from eleven years ago—her comfortable life is shattered. 

 

Reuniting with an old flame is tricky enough but finding out he grows horns and a tail makes a romantic reconnection downright complicated. And when Lily is kidnapped by her newfound grandfather, the last shred of her old life is destroyed, and everything goes to hell.

 

Will Evie and her friends rescue Lily from hell before the lights go out and the lost souls come out to play? And can she ignore past and Luc’s family complications to take a second chance on love and learn how to raise a demon’s daughter? 

 

Raising a Demon is the first Eden Valley book—a magical new paranormal women’s fiction series from USA Today Bestselling Author Amy Cissell, author of the Eleanor Morgan novels and the Oracle Bay series.

Devil and the Deep Blue Lake

In Eden Valley, not all the monsters hide in the dark. 

 

Genevieve Kane is happy in Seattle and is in no way concerned about the demon brand that appeared last year nor the painful—and painfully accurate—premonitions that have plagued her ever since. And she definitely isn’t longing for Sam, the sexy demon with whom she’d had a fling on her last trip. 

 

Viv knows the only way to keep herself safe and sane is to distance herself from her past and the family who’d betrayed her, even if that means losing the best friends she’d ever had and another chance with Sam. 

 

But distance doesn’t stop the visions, and all signs point to Viv being the only one who can save the town from the insatiable hunger hiding in Eden Lake’s icy depths. Will she give up the life she thought she wanted and risk being pulled back into Eden Valley forever? And can she overcome her personal demons for a chance at love with the demon she left behind?

 

Devil and the Deep, Blue Lake is the second book in a magical new paranormal women’s fiction series from USA Today Bestselling Author Amy Cissell, author of the Eleanor Morgan novels and the Oracle Bay series.

Valley of Angels

When the dark voices from beyond the grave grow tired of being ignored, Bev will finally find out why everyone’s dying to visit beautiful Eden Valley.

Forty-five-year-old Beverly Hill had her life together—or so she thought. She had a good job, great friends, and the most spectacularly wonderful and exhausting niece a woman could want. It should’ve been enough. But then an angel walked into her life, and all hell broke loose.

Bev is tossed into a world darker than she’d ever imagined—even after living through the last couple years of hell mouths, lake monsters, and friendly neighborhood demons. It will take Bev, her necromancer-in-training niece, and Barachiel—the angel who’s become a constant thorn in her side—to combat the darkness and save the town from the vengeful dead.

Will Bev learn to listen to the voices calling for help without losing her mind? Can she follow her heart without losing herself? Or will the voices from the other side drag her down to stay with them…forever.

Valley of Angels is replete with angels, demons, and necromancers (oh my!) and is the third book in Eden Valley, a magical new paranormal women’s fiction series from USA Today Bestselling Author Amy Cissell, author of the Eleanor Morgan novels and the Oracle Bay series.

Guardian of Eden

Blending in as an angel is hard enough, but when you’re the adoptive mom of a primordial lake monster in a town full of demons, it’s nearly impossible.

 

Aurielle Jones spent the last several millennia guarding Eden Valley and its secrets without forming attachments to anyone or anything. But then the unexpected happened—she made friends. Now, her loyalty and obedience to the one who created her are put to the test when she is forced to choose between friendship, love, and obedience.

 

When her darkest secret and deepest regret reemerges in Eden Valley and threatens to destroy the town, the balance between heaven and hell, and her heart, she is given a command. Destroy the nephilim—again—who was once the center of her life, or watch her friends and neighbors fall one by one.

 

One wrong decision will cost Elle the town she’s been entrusted with, the lives of the people she’s unexpectedly grown to love, and her very existence. Can she save the humans she loves without sacrificing her chance at happiness? Or will she let duty overcome desire and be forced to witness the destruction of everyone she holds dear?

 

Guardian of Eden is the fourth and final book in a magical new paranormal women’s fiction series from USA Today Bestselling Author Amy Cissell, author of the Eleanor Morgan novels and the Oracle Bay series.

Fall From Grace

One last, perfect summer—that’s what Grace Kane and her best friend Hope promised each other. They’re young, beautiful, and have their whole lives ahead of them. 

 

Grace has just graduated from high school and wants nothing more than to get as far away from Eden Valley and her overbearing older sister as possible. When James, Hope’s on-again/off-again boyfriend returns and monopolizes Hopes attention, and Grace receives a rejection notice from the university she’d planned to attend, she’s left watching life from the sidelines as her perfect summer slips away, and along with it, the belief she’ll ever be free. 

 

Enter Quinn, the hot as hell newcomer to Eden Valley who only has eyes for Grace. When a summer romance turns into something more, will the choices Grace makes lead her to happiness? Or will she end up trapped in Eden Valley forever?

 

Fall From Grace is an origin story novella in Eden Valley, a magical new paranormal women’s fiction series from USA Today Bestselling Author Amy Cissell, author of the Eleanor Morgan novels and the Oracle Bay series.

 

Fall From Grace has romantic elements, but it is not a romance.