Premonition by: Agnes Jayne For years, Emily VonPeer was haunted by visions of an unknown lover destined to die in her arms. When her aunt’s death brings her back to her family's home in Upstate New York, she meets Nicholas Flynn, an agent of Paladin, an enterprise dedicated to the study and eradication of demons. He is also the man from her dreams. Although his intentions are suspect, Emily follows Nicholas into the investigation, hoping to spare him the fate promised by her premonitions. When their exchange with a demon goes awry, Emily sustains an injury that threatens to turn her into a monster, placing her in the crosshairs of sorcerers, senators, and a seductive stranger who promises eternity. -- - BUY BOOK
"I love the way Jayne weaves her tale with poetic precision. If you are in the mood for demons, angels, and witches, this is a really great book to read."
  • Louann Carroll
  • Author, A Shadow of Time
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Agnes Jayne
Agnes Jayne began her career as a political writer, producing speeches and other government documents for local politicians. A native of Northern New York, she holds a Master’s Degree in English from the State University of New York at Albany and an undergraduate degree in English and Political Science from Binghamton University. When she’s not writing, she spends her time teaching courses in composition and literature.  She lives high in the Blue Ridge Mountains of West Virginia with her husband, son, and many adopted pets.
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