A Scottish Urban Fantasy: Costa and UKLA nominated! http://www.amazon.com/The-Calling-Gateway…/dp/B00IZPSKUO
On the run and hiding from ‘the suits’, Carolyn’s life is far from straightforward. After her mother and brother go missing in a most extraordinary way, (through a hole to another world which appears in the kitchen wall!), she is determined to track them down and bring them home. But life is never that easy! Rescued and protected by a group of unusual and likeminded ‘people’, Carolyn hones her magic and fighting skills. Whilst answering a ‘call’ to retrieve a human from another world she’s faced with a quick decision and ends up bringing a demon back with her. Little did she know what effect this demon would have on her. As each day passes her strengths grow and her magic develops to assist her in her quest to track down her family, but there are decisions to make that will affect the rest of her life.
“The calling is a fantastic, fast paced read with a little bit of everything including suspense, romance, fantasy and paranormal.” – Leigh (Amazon au)
“When you think of magic, mages and demons let me guess Harry Potter or Buffy The Vampire Slayer springs to mind, am I right? Well this isn’t a television show or movie you can safely view from home or you can hit pause when the scenes gets scary. No this is my life, imagine a doorway leading to another realm or planet appearing. Just like in Stargate SG-1 minus all the fancy lights and armed Marines. Every time the gate opens something explosive happens forcing me to answer its call. Just like with any door demons, monsters and other Otherworlders comes out and not all of them are very friendly. Who am I you ask? To my friends I’m Carolyn McInally. To my enemies, I’m known as the Destroyer!” – Christine (Amazon.com)
“YA urban fantasies have been the thing for the last few years. However, The Calling is an original spin on an old otherworldly tale. It’s a great read with an ending that will make you demand more.” – A. E. Albert (Amazon.com)
“There was lots of excitement, danger and the cliff-hanger at the end was inspired.” – OnSpecials (Amazon.com)
Louise lives on the scenic west coast of Scotland with her very tolerant family. She didn’t set out to write Urban fantasy, but when she sat with her laptop to begin The Calling, It became apparent that she still believed in the Bogey Men, the Monster in the cupboard and of course, the Faeries at the bottom of the garden. Suddenly she was writing about Heroes who could be found both on our doorsteps and in the realms that lie beyond. website: www.louisewhitebooks.comhttps://www.facebook.com/louisewhitethecallinghttps://twitter.com/LGWhiteAuthor
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