StarCrossed 3: Objects in the Mirror
Cover Art & Design by Reno MacLeod
Novel - 61,316 words
Second Edition, Published August 3, 2011
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StarCrossed 3: Objects in the Mirror returns us to the town of Salem, Massachusetts, famous for the witch trials of 1692. In the wake of that tragic time, the town has done everything in its power to be charitable toward its unique residents. Tarot readers, a nightclub with a twist, and little shops dedicated to magic and New Age arts line the downtown streets. One of every four Salem residents claims either to be a witch or to know one.
What newcomers don't realize, however, is that witches are hardly the only usual people who might be living next door.
Jace and Konnor Barton are demon twins, enjoying a much-improved life after narrowly escaping a rough start. Given a second chance, they live in the protective care of their adoptive vampire parent, Gennady Zaitsev, and Fallon Demeter, Gennady's young werefox lover. Trouble starts when local clergymen are brutally murdered. The Salem Special Council—of which Gennady is the president—bears the responsibility of reining in a potentially dangerous citizen.Twenty years should have been enough to leave their difficult past behind, but a nightmare comes charging after the Barton twins with an unholy vengeance. When one brother falls under suspicion for the clergy murders, it shatters the heart of the other. Only an unlikely alliance of angels, demons, vampires, were-animals, witches, and humans can save Jace Barton and keep the secret of supernaturals living in Salem safe from the outside world.
The clock is ticking.
Note: This dark, gay urban fantasy contains graphic violence, interaction between non-anthropomorphic shapeshifters and their human partners, and a consensual sexual relationship between non-human twin brothers. Intended for an adult audience only.