Demeter’s Tablet, Jasmine Walt & Ines Johnson

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Nia and Loren go head-to-head with Ancient Greek Gods in the next installment of this epic urban fantasy adventures series…

She went from sacrificial lamb to single Immortal, and with her self-appointed best friend, Loren, they left her heartache and China in search of a new adventure: a lost, ancient tablet that could lead them to the rumored group giving out everlasting life and riches.

It was supposed to be a girls’ trip, a chance to get over a man she’d loved for 500 years and another she’d learned she had forgotten about. She needs this distraction, for the sake of figuring out what else she’s forgotten, if not only to let her heart settle. But when a possible clue leads Nia and Loren in the middle of brewing trouble with the Greek gods, our dear archaeologist realizes that more rides on them finding the tablet than she originally thought.

In fact, she just may end up buried with the past she’s so adamant to find.

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Dragon Bones, Jasmine Walt & Ines Johnson

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Meet Nia Rivers: archaeologist, fashionista, and an ancient immortal with a serious memory problem.

For the last couple of centuries, Nia has been trying to fill in the blanks of her past by shedding light on history’s darkest stories. Her motto: the ugliest stories are the ones that deserve to be told the most.

But when a mysterious woman comes forth with a two-thousand-year-old relic from Nia’s past, Nia isn’t sure if the story connected to it is one she wants told to the world. Unfortunately, Nia has no choice but to uncover the truth- fast -before a greedy land developer buries the site forever. The fact that he’s also an immortal, with a millennia-old grudge against her, doesn’t help. Neither do the dark assassins who have been stalking her for centuries, and who’ve suddenly decided to up their game to end her life.

Letting her enemies have their way might be best for Nia, especially when the truth might expose a horrific crime from Nia’s past. But all stories deserve to be told.

Even the ugliest ones.

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