Maggie Connolly has yet to develop her magical Talent. A late bloomer, her parents tell her. As the teasing she endures from her classmates worsens, Maggie realizes she can repel the magic of the half-demon Kody, who insists that her ability proves she has either angelic or demonic heritage.
Desperate for answers, Maggie forms an unlikely alliance with Kody, who once mocked her as much as everyone else. With his help, Maggie begins to manifest a power she cannot control.
Soon, Maggie is the focal point of a long-prophesied war between the angels and the demons, and she will have to choose her side.
The cover, inspired by a Tarot card (which ties into the story line), is designed by Shalis Stevens.
Talent For Death
by Beth Dolgner
June 7, 2016
About Beth Dolgner
Beth Dolgner started writing short stories at a young age, and having a journalism teacher for a dad certainly set her on the right track. After she graduated from Florida Atlantic University with her degree in Communications, Beth began working as a freelance writer, journalist and public relations representative.
Georgia Spirits and Specters, Beth’s first book, debuted in the spring of 2009 and was followed by Everyday Voodoo in 2010. She has a lifelong interest in the paranormal and is an active member of West Georgia Paranormal Investigations.
Beth made her fiction debut in October of 2011 with the paranormal romance “Ghost of a Threat,” the first in the Betty Boo, Ghost Hunter series.
In her free time, Beth enjoys traveling, sewing and riding motorcycles. She and her husband Ed live in Atlanta, Georgia, with their five cats. Beth is online at www.BethDolgner.com.