The world of demons and magic and things that go bump in the night is where men like Jack Ransom thrive. Men who work for hire, who get paid to do things no one else can…or will. Paid to track bounties on people and creatures and the things that have no names. Paid to hunt them. Or paid to protect them. Sometimes, paid to kill them.
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Jack Ransom was one of the best there was at all of this. He commanded a high price for his skills. In his years as a gun-for-hire in the paranormal community, he sent evil men and good men alike to their deaths. Men, trolls, demons, wizards. He did it because he could. He did it because he was good at it. He did it for the money. Until he found something that made him turn his back on all of it.
A woman saved him from that life. She pulled him up from darkness into the light of day and made him a better man. His old life was in the past, forgotten and left behind.
That life is about to catch back up to him. Like it or not, he’s about to get back in the game.
Because his wife, the woman he loves, has been dragged alive into Hell. Jack Ransom is her only hope of surviving. He has the skills. He has the connections. But to save her, he’ll have to get back into his old ways. Back into his old life. He’ll need to make a deal with a demon and face the horrors of Hell.
He can rescue her. He knows he can. No price is too high.
That’s assuming he lives long enough to pay it.