He has a monster problem
Scotland, 1867. When Rob Stevenson’s brother is killed—and eaten—in the forest outside their estate, Rob’s sheltered world is shattered by a monster infestation. Determined to keep his village safe, Rob's first duty as laird involves hiring a professional hunter.
She kills monsters
The sole survivor of a massacre in the Congo, Catriona Mornay is rumored to have lost her mind in the jungle. In Edinburgh’s gas-lit streets, Cat’s skill as a hunter is unmatched. Her reputation as a killer of unnatural creatures, legendary.
Two worlds collide
Faced with a rising body count, Rob takes a chance on Cat, hoping that somewhere inside this tortured yet charismatic girl is the hero he’s been searching for. But in this shadow realm of secrets, lies, and underworld crime, their lives overlap in more ways than one. And in an age where harpies flock the sky and serpents rule the sea, it’s even possible for a boy and his hunter to fall in love.
But can their love survive in a time of monsters?
Born and raised in sunny Southern California, Teresa Yea prefers the shade because that's how she rolls. She is a UCLA graduate, a science geek by degree, bookworm at heart. The Witch of Blackbird Pond is her favorite novel and her crush on Nat Eaton is challenged only by her love for Jamie Fraser. A major movie buff, she has no qualms quoting Pulp Fiction and annoying you to no end. She can usually be found singing Phantom of the Opera in the car with dramatic hand gestures. Do not underestimate her petite stature for she is a feisty girl who is not afraid to head-butt people in the face. She is also very silly, but her secret evil is revealed only in her novels. Talking about herself in the third person is weird.