Into The Lion's Den

Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal, Urban Fantasy

Book Summary

An immortal assassin. A terrorist threat. Only she can save humanity.

Life in the Australian Outback is hard and brutal—exactly as Anadi likes it. Here she’s anonymous. Just another fool trying her luck in the Opal mines. Life is peaceful.

It couldn’t last.
There are too many people who want her head. Old and new enemies unite to pull her into a bloody conflict that threatens to drive her insane.
Her bloodlust returns with a vengeance after a violent brawl with her creator. To make things worse, a vicious eco-terrorist group blackmails her to kill innocents and her life is once again drenched in blood.

With her sanity hanging by a silken thread, it’s anyone’s guess who will come out alive.

Into the Lion's Den is the fourth book in the Primal saga, a series of dark urban fantasy novels suitable for ages 18 and older. If you like powerful heroines, mythical forces, and no-holds-barred action, then you'll love Monique Singleton's compelling novel.


Amazon: Excellent Series.
When I first started the fist book in this series, I didn't think it would really be my type of book but, by the time I finished it I was hooked. When I finished the 4th book, I didn't want it to end. The characters and plot continued to improve throughout the series, and had me fully engaged. I hope the series continues so we can find out what happens to Anadi and the other Forces.

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About the Author

Monique Singleton writes compelling stories that mix fantasy with realistic psychological suspense and unique insights into the mind of the main characters.

Her style conveys a sense of irony and understatement that provides a counterpoint to the fantastic events of the story. She doesn't overwrite, or linger on description. Her prose is unadorned, lean, supple, and muscular. It is not the usual feminine fiction. The story moves and gathers a great deal of power.
Monique’s characters practically leap off the page. The main character, especially, has a tremendous amount of personality that comes through marvelously well. She is sardonic, cynical, and chillingly frank, but she has real personality, and although she hates humans, there is something engaging about her. Despite her prickly personality, readers will identify with her. She is a person—well, she isn't human, or claims not to be, but she's still a person, for all that she changes in a super-fierce feline creature—who is treated unjustly and defies authority, telling the powers that be to go to hell, and anyone who does that can't be all bad.
Immortality is forced on her in the Primal series. She never asked for it and doesn’t want it. Now she must come to terms with what is basically an eternal life sentence.
For most of us, immortality would seem like a dream come true. Nothing could be further than the truth. Her Immortality was the ultimate nightmare. And that was even before she found out about the bloody price she has to pay for eternity.
To stay sane she must uncover the secret behind her immortality. Set against the background of world war three and four, she seeks not only clarity and a purpose in life but also a way that she can hang on to her fragile sanity.

Primal Series.
The Primal series follows a number of story lines that interact to form a greater whole. 2017 will see the launch of at least four books in the Primal series. Primal Nature and a perma-free novella Warmonger form the first acts of the story in February, followed by Nature of the Beast in April and The Beast inside in June. After that who knows. They story is not finished so there will be more to come.
If you would like to know more about this Indie author and the Primal books, you might want to check her website:

Personal background.
As the daughter of a British soldier and his Dutch wife, Monique was born in an English military hospital in Germany. The family toured the world where she was exposed to many cultures and countries. Finally settling down in the Netherlands she pursued a career in Art and later in ICT.
About six years ago Monique started putting the scenes she had running around in her head, down to paper.
Scenes led to a story, the story to a book, and the first book to a series.
In addition to her writing, Monique still holds down a full-time job as a business consultant. She lives in a beautiful old farmhouse in the south of Holland with her two soppy monster dogs, some horses, and a cat.
The cat is the boss.

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