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Elizabeth Phoenix is one of a select few with the power to battle those who have escaped from the darkest level of hell—demons bent on destroying humanity and reclaiming earth once and for all. Liz is determined to stop yet another Doomsday. But this time, it’s going to be more difficult than ever because someone she thought was dead isn’t dead anymore…and is bound and determined to destroy Liz and everyone she loves in the upcoming Apocalypse.
Liz has arrived in Los Angeles to ferret out a nest of varcolacs: half human, half dragon creatures who crave the destruction of the sun and moon. But before she can prevent the kind of eclipse that would bring the world to an end, Liz must mine the depths of her own heart. She and her former lover Jimmy Sanducci have some personal demons to battle—and there’s always her mentor, the Navajo shaman Sawyer. Is he on their side or isn’t he? In the end, the three of them must find a way to fight together…or perish alone.
Praise for DOOMSDAY CAN WAIT
“A striking series…with a decidedly sexy edge. Readers again view the world through the eyes of ex-cop turned humanity’s savior Liz Phoenix [in] this complex mythology.”—Romantic Times BOOKreviews (4 stars)
“Awesome.”—Heidi Betts, bestselling author of Tangled Up in Love
“We really enjoyed it…and are looking forward to [more] in this series.”—Robots & Vamps
“Cool…exciting.”—Lurv à la Mode
“Fascinating, vivid, and gritty.”—Fallen Angel Reviews
“Handeland does an amazing job of packing so much punch into the pages of this story without ever leaving the reader behind. Doomsday Can Wait ups the paranormal and emotional content of the series, adding strength to the heroine and a more human touch to one of her closest allies. This is an action packed series that urban fantasy readers should thoroughly enjoy, and I’m looking forward to seeing where the author takes us next.”—Darque Reviews
“Handeland pens another tale that captured my heart…with captivating characters[and]an absorbing plot that will keep readers on the edge of their seats.”—Romance Junkies