Rise of a Phoenix (Nix #3)

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To save my son, I would give up my soul. To survive this journey and stop those who face us I may have to do just that.

My son is waiting for me to bring him home, to rescue him from the horrors he’s faced on his own. I won’t take the chance I will find him only to fail him again. Which means I must unearth a way to kill his captor, a man who is immortal. A man who made a deal with the devil to attain his power. As it stands there is only one way to end that monster’s life. A way that is far from simple.

With a pair of guns strapped to my hips, and an ally at my side, I will finally face down the evil that created me, crossing the world to do so.

I can feel death stalking us, waiting for us to slip up. But I am no stranger to death, and I will face him too if I must to save my boy.

To bring him home.

If you thought I was deadly before, its nothing to what I will bring in this final round.

Also available:

Fury of a Phoenix (The Nix Series Book 1)
Blood of a Phoenix (The Nix Series Book 2)

Book Info

  • Original Title:Rise of a Phoenix (Nix #3)
  • Author:
  • Rating:9.2 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • ASIN:B076JLBR6C
  • Publisher:Published November 7th 2017 by Hijinks Ink Publishing

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Acknowledgments

 

 

To my laser eye surgeon. Thanks for telling me my eyes would only take ten days to heal when it ended up taking a solid two months. My readers could have had this book a month earlier.

Get ready to be mobbed by irate readers. ;)

 

 

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Phoenix

 

 

The helicopter blades whooshed over our heads as we flew away from the banks of the Cumberland River, away from Nashville, away from the place where the Ikimono myst had been created and nearly brought to fruition, only moments from being released on the world. A myst that took a creature, human or abnormal, and made them into a monster that could be controlled—a veritable army ready to be unleashed on unsuspecting humans.

More than that, though, we flew away from where I’d lost my son, Bear, again. I clutched a...

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