TITLE: Supernatural Fog
GENRE: Urban fantasy mystery
The demon is gigantic. Like, twenty feet tall. At least. It’s made of thick, white-hot volcanic rocks. He looks like a sort of evil Ben Grimm of the Fantastic Four. Only bigger. Much, much bigger. And it spits lava and fire, of course. What fun would there be if it wasn’t spitting lava?
“A little help here, Morgan?” I shout while dodging a jet of lava as big as a car.
“It’s holy ground,” growls Morgan, aka the Abomination, who was flying outside, peering through a broken window. ““If I touch the floor, I burst into flames…”
I see her point. It’s holy ground. Which doesn’t make sense. At all. I mean, we are in a church. Yeah, All Hallows by the Tower is the oldest and most haunted church in London, but it’s still, nevertheless, a church. And demons shouldn’t pop out of holy ground like daisies, not if I could have my say about it. And, of course, I cannot.
“Girl, may I remind you that you are the incarnation of the Rabbit? You know, the animal spirit, my ally?”
She says nothing, just keeps flying outside, flapping her large, crow-like wings, her monstrous mouth twisted in a grimace.
I cannot believe this. That’s super bad luck! I mean, nothing happens for a month and then BANG! Fire demon in a church, right when each and every member of my ‘team’ is out of town for one reason or another.