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Freaked

Sometimes the demons inside are hardest to vanquish.



Aisi Turay is losing it. Literally.
A couple of months ago, she could see ghosts and help them move on, or vanquish demons in her way with a few choice insults. Now? Not so much, and she’s pretty sure her least favorite demon is behind it.
Malus is back. He’s stronger than the last time she faced him, wielding power she never imagined a demon could have. Aisi realizes that he’s just a henchman for something worse, something much more powerful…something that wants everyone she loves gone.
As Malus brings the worst he’s got and then some, Aisi wages a fight for her family and her life.
...And maybe for her soul.

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