Finley Scott was born and raised in the American South, where the weather is hot and the music is hotter, where storytelling is a regional past time and people still believe in things that go bump in the night.
Southern cities have a feel and a vibe all their own. The ghosts of the past still haunt the back alleys and waterways, and not-so-mythical creatures populate the cities- if you know where to look.
If you're in Memphis, New Orleans, Atlanta, or Little Rock- you'll find Finley's characters, and sometimes even Finley herself, walking the streets, drinking a beer, or catching a show.
So grab a glass of sweet tea, or something stronger if you're so inclined, and settle in. It's story time.
After the death of her father in the line of duty, Enforcer Kerrigan Callahan never wanted to see Memphis again. But when a rash of suicides in the city point to a psy vampire attack, Micha, the non-quite-fallen angel, calls her home to investigate—and to finally claim Kerrigan as his own.
Kerrigan has wanted Micha since she first laid eyes on him. Now everything she ever dreamed of is within her reach, but with a fresh psychic attack victim in the hospital, and the mysterious appearance of Micha’s old enemy Balthazar, Kerrigan doesn’t know who to trust. Past and present collide, Kerrigan’s future with Micha is threatened, and what’s dead just won’t stay buried.