The best way to ruin a rogue slayer's day? Force an arranged marriage on her.
Despite being the best of the best, my parents–who run our region's slayer council–decide it's time for me to get married. Apparently, being the wife of a high-born slayer will finally make me respectable. Or so they say. I see the arrangement for what it really is: a power grab.
They don't care about my happiness, and they certainly don't care about the strange demons I've encountered. No matter how much I try to tell them how dangerous the beings are, no one listens.
They never do.
Now I'm stuck with an infuriating man who's no happier about this arrangement than I am, though he insists we go through with it. Trying to get rid of him while eradicating these new nightmarish demons won't be easy. Throw in a sweet shifter who claims I'm his fated mate and a handsome fae stalker, and I might just lose it.
I always wished for a new family, but this isn’t exactly what I had in mind.
How am I supposed to juggle three men and save the world? I guess we'll find out…
Shadow Slayer is the first in a trilogy. This is a why-choose romance with laugh out loud moments, spice, and general chaos.