Meet the Characters: Malachi Saevitia (The Uprising)

MTC_ MalachiMeet Malachi Saevitia, a chaos demon who was a snarky, less than humble side character in The Hunt. Just to make that ego a little bigger, the gorgeous creature is getting his own novel: The Uprising.

Eldest brother. Son of chaos. Golden child. Malachi has lived a charmed life in Hell. Having won the genetic lottery, he was born one of the strongest brands of demons, a ruler of chaos like his mother, and as basked in the wealth of the Saevitia clan for all his existence.

Unfortunately, the last few centuries in Hell haven’t exactly gone smoothly. After his little incubus brother abandoned him and his tormenting ways for Earth, he was left with his parents — who quickly turned on each other. How did it go? Father killed Mother’s lover. Mother killed Father. Father’s clan killed Mother. Left alone to guard his family’s estate as the sole survivor of the massacre, Malachi grew out of his more preening peacock ways. In The Hunt, he had the opportunity to reconnect with his brother. Slowly, the pair worked toward rebuilding their nonexistent relationship. These days, he considers Severus more important than any other Saevitia, the demon hierarchy and Hell’s social politics be damned.

While he may break rank for his little brother, Malachi is a shrewd player above and below. He takes what he wants, sees no qualms in bribing to get one step ahead, and will literally rip your heart out should you cross him. He likes to scheme in intricate detail, but is begrudgingly adaptable should his plans go awry. Snarky, arrogant, bloodthirsty, the chaos demon is finally ready for more than the life of one of Hell’s elite.

He’s ready to take charge of his own topside city.

And Farrow’s Hollow will do just nicely.

Catch up with Malachi in THE UPRISING — Live on Amazon and Kindle Unlimited April 25th

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