Marrying A Monster


Journey to the country of Jaiya, in a world not quite like ours. Here, humans ride trains, drive cars, and use cell phones, but they share their world with insect people and trollfolk, and stranger things lurk in the shadows…

In a place like Jaiya, even a business woman has to respect her parents. So Rina agrees to come back to the mountain village where her parents live, and take part in an old local custom: a symbolic marriage between the town’s women and a mythical monster. She’s more interested in the handsome but mysterious folklorist traveling up the mountain with her than she is in the upcoming ceremony. After all, the wedding is just a sham…but what about the monster?

Note: Rina and another character are friends with or related to a few characters from the later books in the Jaiya Series, but Monster is meant as a standalone with a “happily ever after” ending. The romance is on the sweet side, but there is some violence due to the main characters’ encounters with monsters and criminals.

Marrying A Monster is the first urban fantasy/paranormal romance in the Jaiya Series. It is available at Amazon, Nook, iBooks, Kobo, and Scribd


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