When the Whiskeys moved to Oregon, we had no idea how big things would get.
I fully intended Paige to run Red Star, but she's off doing other...things right now.
So, Dexx has been left in charge. And things are getting crazy!
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Put a shapeshifting demon hunter in charge of policing paranormals.
That's a great idea.
When Dexx Colt followed Paige Whiskey to Oregon and then helped her set up the Red Star Division, he had no idea she'd abandon him--to other responsibilities, mind you--and leave him in charge. He's a demon hunter. He breaks rules. He doesn't enforce them.
But when bodies start appearing and all the evidence points to his team, he has a decision to make.
Step up and protect the team he never asked for, or cut and run.
He's been called many things. A coward was never one of them. When he discovers that angels and djinn are working together, he gathers the few team members who aren't in jail; his 1970 Dodge Challenger, Jackie, and Hattie, his spirit animal. He's taking the fight to the djinn's front door. One way or another, this killer is going down. After all, hunting demons is what Dexx does best.
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What exactly does power mean?
Detective Dexx Colt is finally settling in to the swing of things at the Red Star Division. They’re rebuilding the department after everything blew up. So, he’s excited when they get a bank robbery case. Strange. Right up their alley. No forensics. No break-in. Then, they get a dead body in the same day, and a rash of magickal items wind up missing.
It’s business as usual. And then then local alphas start dropping, falling into coma’s. Is Dexx, the most powerful alpha of the region second only to Chuck, next? When Chuck falls and Jackie, Dexx’s 1970 Dodge Challenger, disappears, all signs point to yes.
How will Dexx catch a killer that steals power and kills shifters with a touch?