Soul by Erika Lindsen




Blood runs across the floor like a winter’s creek.  It always puts a smile on his face. As a Taker – a demon sent to entice humans to commit suicide in order to gain their soul for Lucifer – Drebin is at the top of his game. He has already claimed  421 souls and there is no sign of him slowing down. Much like a fine wine, Drebin gets better with age.

Alexia Downer is just a few months into her freshman year of college and still undecided about a career. Ally is more than eager to meet new people and live up to the college stereotypes. But her gentle nature may cause her to put trust in the wrong person.

The stage is set, the hound is released, but Dregin begins to have second thoughts about his next victim, Alexia, his 422nd victim. Her beauty is mesmerizing and her spirit is captivating.

As much as he tries, Drebin cannot bring himself to destroy her, yet he must. He has a higher, more vicious power to answer to, after all...

About the author

Erika Lindsen was born June 12, 1987 in a small town in northern Ohio. She began writing, mostly poetry and songs at the age of thirteen. Erika wrote her first novel in 2010. Her first published work entitled, Night of the Doll, was featured in the January 2011 issue of the Horror Zine. As her alter-ego, Erika Talbot, her first children's book entitled, The Three Sibling Adventures: What We Want To Be, was published by Solstice Publishing in March 2011. For her Three Siblings book, she, along with Solstice have given 100% of the royalties to the Toledo Children's Hospital, where Erika's nephew, Joey is receiving treatment for leukemia. When not visiting her two nieces and nephew, she writes (serioulsy a lot) and spends time with her husband. They have three children (she calls them her kids), a dog named Scooter, a cat named Princess and a rabbit named Hippity Hop.




Comments

  1. Well, that's quite a captivating opening line:))

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  2. Thank you Sandra. It's available on Amazon if you'd like to check it out!

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