Rylee Adamson Series
Genre: NA/18+ Romantic Urban Fantasy Mystery
Title: Priceless (A Rylee Adamson Novel, Book One)Author: Shannon MayerRelease Date: February 1, 2013Genre: Paranormal Urban Fantasy RomanceAge Group: New Adult. 18+
Book Description:“My name is Rylee and I am a Tracker.”
When children go missing, and the Humans have no leads, I’m the one they call. I am their last hope in bringing home the lost ones. I salvage what they cannot.I’m on the FBI’s wanted list.I have a werewolf for a pet, a Witch of a best friend, and have no need for anyone else in my life.But when a salvage starts to spin out of control, help comes from a most unexpected direction. One that is dangerously dark, brooding, and doesn’t know a thing about the supernatural.One whose kisses set me on fire.
Title: Immune (A Rylee Adamson Novel, Book Two)
Author: Shannon MayerRelease Date: March 4, 2013Genre: Paranormal Urban Fantasy RomanceAge Group: New Adult. 18+Book Description:“My name is Rylee, and I am a Tracker.”When children go missing, and the Humans have no leads, I’m the one they call. I am their last hope in bringing home the lost ones. I salvage what they cannot.Underestimating demons is a bad idea, and it’s a mistake that may cost me not only my own life, but the life of a missing child.If I can swallow my pride, and allow Agent O’Shea to help me find a way to deal with the demon, we might be able to save the child.With this salvage, it’s a race against time, a test of trust, and a temptation that I'm doing my damnedest to ignore.If only swallowing my pride was that easy.
Title: Raising Innocence (A Rylee Adamson Novel, Book Three)Author: Shannon MayerRelease Date: May 15, 2013Genre: Paranormal Urban Fantasy RomanceAge Group: New Adult. 18+
Book Description:“My name is Rylee, and I am a Tracker.”When children go missing, and the Humans have no leads, I’m the one they call. I am their last hope in bringing home the lost ones. I salvage what they cannot.The FBI wants me on their team. Bad enough that they are dangling bait they KNOW I can’t resist.The catch? It’s on the other side of the ocean.And if I want what they’re offering, I have to help them with a salvage gone terribly, terribly wrong.But this time, I have no back up. I have no Plan B.And I have no O’Shea.
Shannon Mayer Author Interview
Rather than have a list of Q & A as I’ve seen oh-so-many-times-and-looks-rather-dry (similar to a succession of popcorn farts), I thought I’d do something a little different.
I thought I’d tell you a story about a girl who loved horses and believed in magic. She grew up in a family of mixed nuts, seven kids in total from a variety of marriages, and to date none of the kids would be deemed ‘normal’, herself included. As she got older, she told people that she believed in magic and they shushed her and said that magic wasn’t real, to stop being silly. They told her, that she needed to get her head out of the clouds, and out of the books. So she told them she loved horses and everyone thought she should pursue a career with animals.
Soon, she stopped telling anyone about the magic she saw and dreamed about, and everyone just thought she loved horses. I mean, that’s even what she went to school for, working with horses. The girl became a farrier (and if you ask her clients they all think she did a smashingly good job), shoeing horses for a living. Hell, she even met a cute boy at college (something she’d previously not managed to do regardless of her raging hormones and batting of her eyelashes). They fell in love, and got married. Now this is where things get interesting. The twist in the story if you will.
The boy she married, he was pretty smart. He could see that there was something more to her than just loving horses.
He could see the magic she kept so carefully hidden; he believed in her magic.
And he told her to use it.
Now that was a scary time for her, learning to use that magic. She made mistakes, people laughed at her, and at times she almost gave up. But that cute boy kept cheering her on, and now . . .well, now the story is pretty simple.
She makes magic every day, for a living, with the words she writes, spinning stories and creating worlds out of nothing but the belief she has in her heart. The cute boy still cheers her on, and she still loves horse, but now . . . .now the people around her realize that magic isn’t that far away. Not if you know what you’re looking for.