Free Read – Cedric the Demonic Knight

Nope, your eyes are working just fine!

For a limited time, I have ALL, 100% of my novel, Cedric the Demonic Knight, over on Inkitt for FREE. All 360+ pages of the first book in the series waiting for you to dive in. Why?

CONTEST. I am hoping to land a chance to win the contest going on so I can help market the book. Being an IndieAuthor means I am a starving artist and so I jump at a lot of these chances to gain awareness and possibly funding that I lack.

There are only a limited amount of copies available during this event, so First come, First serve. Please SHARE! PASS IT ON!

Anyone who love Fantasy Romance, loves mythology, magic, paranormal… it’s all blended in this on-going series.


Lord Cedric du Romulus may be a powerful knight, but he’s no human nor does he like masquerading as one. He is a mixed blood demon made by Sorceress Morrighan in her quest to create an army of powerful underlings. Seeking out ever-stronger enemies, he devours them for their power; nothing is safe from his fangs whether they are beasts, demons, or magic wielders. When he finds himself staring at Morrighan’s castle, will he be able to follow through with his life’s ambition and leave behind his lover and wife, Lady Angeline who herself is an heir to a legacy of unknown magic.

Check out some of the reviews!

“This is a fantasy series, despite its drab cover, that really lives up to the genre and is a great read. I wholeheartedly recommend Cedric the Demonic Knight by Valerie Willis to readers that like a mix of Arthurian fantasy mixed with demons and witchcraft with a sprinkle of sex and romance.” -Lulu at RoadsideReaders

“Cedric The Demonic Knight is going to be on my list of favorite stories of all time.” – Mary Enck

“The most interesting part of this work are the characters by far. While the names of some are familiar, like Lilith among others, they are not quite what one expects them to be. There are quite a number of myths and legends written into and around these characters and in doing so the author weaves a deliciously complex and riveting tale. It’s a refreshing turn of the tale with all of those that Cedric and Angeline encounter, never stereotypical, and in doing so the story rises about a simple adventure story or romance, but into a much more gripping story of the growth within Cedric and Angeline.” – TeraS from Succubi’s Tale


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