Book One Blurb (directly from back of paperback edition)
It’s been years since Siris and Julian’s boy band broke up and they all went their separate ways. Now they’ve run in to each other in a little redneck bar in the middle of nowhere, coming face to face with the ghosts of their past and the feelings they never quite grew out of.
Siris is here handing out golden tickets to some new reality tv show for the network that owns his record label. Julian is here to meet up with yet another new partner. On the surface it seems like a coincidence… or is it?
Neither man is happy when they realize that The Parliament means for Siris to be Julian’s new partner. Julian worries about what he could do to Siris. Siris just wants to go back to being a mega popstar and has no interest in being a monster hunter.
Thrown together against their will (and better judgement) how will these former friends do on their first case?
Book One Promo Blurb (used for blogs & other online promotion)
Having escaped the horrible life as an Agent of the Parliament of Twilight, Siris is enjoying the freedom that comes with being a pop idol. He was wrangled into doing a promotional stunt for his label – handing out invites to likely candidates for their newest reality show – which takes him to a dive bar in the desert. There, he meets Skye, the bartender but also runs into his former band mate Julian.
Julian hadn’t been as lucky as Siris. Though he attempted to have a Christian Rock career after the boy band split up, he was still working for the Parliament as a monster hunter. It was hard to sing praises while killing what appeared at first glance to be normal, innocent people. And now, in this middle of nowhere bar, Julian was to meet his newest partner in the long line of Agents who wanted nothing to do with him. Or more precisely, what lived inside of him. Julian was himself a monster, not unlike what he was forced to hunt.
Thrown together by the evil machinations of the Parliament, Julian and Siris must patch up a fractured trust and discover if the feelings that haunted them while they were together in the band still hold sway over their hearts. All the while, they are being used as pawns in a bigger game. The Parliament has plans for them far more sinister than hunting monsters and keeping the world safe.