From bestselling author Lori Foster, writing as L. L. Foster, comes a new series that merges the dark side of urban fantasy with action/adventure. The merge is a “UnderWorld” and “Constantine” meets “The Dark Knight” and “The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor”. Add in one sexy demon slayer and you’ve got Servant: The Acceptance.
The series is a far cry from Foster’s regular fare of romance, though the series is considered to be in the romance genre. The newest novel in the series doesn’t shy away from its darker side in any way. The main character, Gabrielle Cody, is a young, sexy, demon slayer who has the ability to see demons that normal people can’t see. And it is her responsibility to stop the evil.
In this book she is hunting something that is hunting streetwalkers. It takes her to dark places that not even Detective Luther Cross can follow. The detective is a beacon to her that helps her feel normal when her life is anything but.
The heroine is reminiscent of J.D. Robb’s Eve Dallas with a tough exterior, street sense and a heart of gold. If you like a walk on the dark side with a flare of seduction then Servant: The Acceptance can fill that order.