Cover Reveal! Book 5 of The Hellcat Series!

Any fans of the Hellcat series out there? If not you’re missing an awesome series by Sharon Hannaford. It’s already a five book series and from the looks of it Sharon Hannaford is no where near close to ending the series. Not sure about the series then click here to read my review of book 1, A Cat’s Chance in Hell, and who knows it might perk your interest enough to start reading Hellcat series.

Now for those of you who are already reading the Hellcat series, there’s great news! We’ve finally got a release date for Come Hell or High Water, book 5 of the series, and it’s September 13, 2015 which is less than two weeks away.

Not only that but if you click below you’ll not only see the blurb but you’ll get to see the cover for Come Hell or High Water and if you’ve seen the other covers of the past Hellcat books then you know it’ll be a beauty.



The City’s supernatural community is still in mourning, but there’s no time to spend licking their wounds. The face of the City has changed forever and now her citizens must keep up or risk succumbing to the darkness.

As the Magi withdraw to protect themselves and their vulnerable power source, it falls to the Werewolves to step into the void left by a crippled SMV. The Vampires are more than willing to help, but things are moving in the shadows; bad things that threaten to destroy everything Julius has worked for. Princep scheming seems suspicious, but in truth the greater danger lurks much closer to home.

When one of Gabi’s Werewolf friends is kidnapped by tech-savvy vigilantes it seems like an open and shut case of humans fearing what they do not understand. But as Julius travels from the City to answer the Princeps’ summons, leaving Gabi in the relative safety of the Clan, it soon becomes clear that they’ve misjudged the real enemy.

Left confused and floundering, it’s the Princep Benedict who finally provides the information they desperately seek. But his answers do not come without a price.

Defending their beloved City may seem overwhelming, but, come Hell or high water, Hellcat and Co will do whatever it takes.

Batten down the hatches, a tempest is imminent.


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