Spotlight Wednesday – Susan Ilene

I was lazy and skipped last week’s spotlight post, but it is time once again to showcase an author that maybe doesn’t get the recognition they deserve. This week we will be looking at another recommended read from Abra, who is a fan of Susan Illene and her Urban Fantasy Sensor series.

So far, there are six full books and some novellas to dive into, with a seventh book due out sometimes next year. There is a free prequel story available over on the author’s site called Nothing is Ever What it Seems, which can be found HERE, but the first full book is called Darkness Haunts.

darkness hauntsSynopsis…

Melena Sanders faced her fair share of danger with insurgents and terrorists when she served in the U.S. Army, but now she is about to go up against a new threat. Her best friend, Aniya, has disappeared while on a trip to Fairbanks, Alaska—a supernatural haven. Most humans have no idea darker races lurk amongst them. Mel knows better. If she wants to get her friend back, she’s going to have to go in alone—but not unarmed.

Melena has a few special skills the Army didn’t provide, but the odds are still against her. She’s got to come up with a plan fast that doesn’t involve her, or her friend, dying. But danger likes to play it rough. A war for power is about to rise in Fairbanks and if she wants to get Aniya back, she’s going to have to step right into the middle of it.

Other books in the series:

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susan illeneAbout Susan Illene: Susan Illene served in the US Army for eleven years and worked as a human resources specialist and an Arabic linguist. She served two deployments to Iraq, and after leaving the army, she studied history at the University of Oklahoma. She and her husband currently live in Oklahoma with two high-maintenance cats doing their best to help her write her books.

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Your turn, everyone. What other authors or series do you think deserve a little more attention? Just hit the “Contact Me” button on the top menu and drop me a line, and we can turn the spotlight on another hidden jem.

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