“Imagine being human, then waking the next day to find you’re the Guardian Valkyrie, whose duty is to protect the souls of fallen warriors. One little catch… I have to find them first!”
Fallon Creed’s life has been turned upside down and she must find the missing warrior souls before others with less than honorable intentions can get their hands on them. She not only has to face these new enemies, she also learns that someone close to her is not who she said she was.
With the aid of two powerful brothers, Fallon starts to embrace her role as the Guardian. When her strength as a Valkyrie is tested, she starts to have doubts as to whether she can live up to the job.
Time doesn’t matter to those who are Immortal…..unless you’re the Guardian. If Fallon doesn’t find all the souls in time, it could mean the end of her existence as well as the rest of the world’s.
Although Tragically Wicked has the N.L. humor that we fell in love with in Daughters of Darkness Trilogy, it is still in a league of it’s own. Fallon just wanted to run her tattoo shop with her best friend and leave her troubled past behind her. But it seems several other people have their own plans for Fallon. She doesn’t know who to trust in the new supernatural world she’s been tossed into. With crazy gods and other supernatuarals trying to distract her from her destiny, Fallon takes extreme measures to protect what she now considers her people. Everything and everyone are not what they seem but all Fallon wants to do is complete her mission as Guardian before it comes back to bite her in the ass. Fast-paced, kiss ass females and the men who believe they need protecting will make you laugh out loud. One of my favorite quotes on which I almost spit my drink out:
“Devil worshippers!” I hissed.
Fallon is hilarious and witty but don’t piss her off.
Highly recommended if you enjoy paranormal, humor, and strong female leads.
About the Author:
N.L Hoffmann is a paranormal romance author that just completed her first series called The Daughters of Darkness. Currently she has three books out, Blood Slaves, Shadow Cursed and the new release, Death Design.
Hoffmann was born in Germany to her German native mother and her American soldier father. The family moved home to the states, where she grew up in a rural farm town in Michigan with her parents and two younger brothers. There, in her pre-teens, is when she began writing and developed her love for literature.
Today, Hoffmann resides in Missouri with her husband and three children, where she published her first book Blood Slaves in January 2014 When Hoffmann isn’t busy putting words on the page she enjoys reading, drawing, playing pranks on her husband, and spending time with her family.