An Underworld Novel

Cassie Drake is a thief. A world class thief. If it’s ancient, dangerous, and more often than not illegal to own, Cassie knows where to find it or how to get it. Educated by the finest tutors, and professors after her parents’ deaths, she has turned every bit of their imparted wisdom into a profitable business and she couldn’t be happier.

At least that was the case until one night when, after returning home from a dig in Cairo, a package appeared on her desk with a note from her mother. Maybe you can finish what we started.

Benedict Black is the Immortal. The owner and ruler of an independent territory right at the heart of London. Infamous among the witches as a ruthless man that sold his soul to live forever. He prides himself on being discreet, put together, and deadly when necessary.

So when the two collide during a drunken altercation outside Benedict’s club, sparks fly in more ways than one. It becomes increasingly clear that they’ve been drawn together by something. Fate, history, destiny. Neither one can be sure, but as they work together to solve her mother’s riddle, only one thing is certain. They have to find the answers or both of them will be consumed by the fire.

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By ChelseaCallahan

I am the author of The Devereaux Witches Series and selected poetry.


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