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Witches. Demons. Angels. Ancient prophecies and eternal wars.

Kyra Parker has been avoiding her abilities and second guessing her reality since childhood. Despite having friendships with other witches, she has been trying to live a normal human life by denying her magic and ignoring her destiny. But Kyra has a secret, she is plagued by dark dreams of demons and angels.

Her fears are realized when Alastor, the demon from her nightmares, finally catches up with her, and she can no longer hide from her destiny. She descends into the very real world of demons, angels, and ancient prophecies when she is left with no alternative but to join the demon.

When a priest and two mysterious men show up on her husband, James Parker’s doorstep, Kyra’s family and friends are swept along for the ride as they chase after her, trying to set her free and stop her before it’s too late to save her and save the rest of the world from the demon apocalypse. There is just one problem–she doesn’t want to be saved.

If you like the sound of Melhara, you can find it on Goodreads here, Amazon US here and Amazon UK hereMelhara is expected to release on March 2nd 2017.

About The Author

Jocelyn is a Canadian Author juggling life as a writer, mother, and carpenter’s muse (labourer), all while living with MS.

She has always had a passion for reading and writing, drafting her own episodes of her favorite T.V. shows like Seaquest—yes, Seaquest, does anyone even remember that show—and various other short stories about ghosts, witches, and other supernatural creatures.

Jocelyn grew up reading fantasy and horror novels from R.L. Stine, Christopher Pike, Dean Koontz, John Saul, Anne Rice, and Stephen King; these authors shaped her love for darker fantasy. Currently, she’s into Kelley Armstrong, Pittacus Lore, Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl. Her all-time favorite stories involve witches and magic.

Melhara is her first published novel with two more installments to come for this series. The inspiration for Melhara started out as a recurring dream and a desire to change her life and fight for a better one.

Jocelyn has one extremely talkative son that keeps her busy with his wild imagination and lots of personality—he is also full of interesting tales and maybe one day he will write them down to share with the world, although he currently hates reading, so in the meantime, she will weave the interesting bits into her work.

She enjoys staying up late reading or watching B-budget fantasy and horror movies for inspiration then goes to sleep dreaming of dark creatures and magical worlds.

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