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Lisa Jacob

Lisa Jacob

Lisa Jacob (also writing as Jake Logan) has been writing fiction for over 30 years. She has been involved with Ceremonial Magic, Wicca and Paganism, and now considers herself Unitarian.

Under the Jake Logan name, she writes gay male fiction, such as romance, erotica, mystery, or urban fantasy. Under her own name, she writes fiction concerning magick and other urban fantasy, and military history.

She lives in Rhode Island with her son and three cats. You can find out more about her and her work at Grimalkin’s Grimoire.

You can read an interview with Lisa Jacob here.

Books by Lisa Jacob

Custer's First Stand

A War Mage Story

When Brent Rogers graduated from the Mage’s Academy in Fort Bragg, he was immediately stationed where he was absolutely needed.

Afghanistan. On his first mission with his new team, he expects to bring fire and brimstone to the enemy. Instead, he has to save the lives of a Marine and his K9.

Grimaulkin

Treading the straight and narrow is not natural to one who summons demons.

Michael LeBonte is set free after five years in magic prison. All he has to do is stay on the straight and narrow path for the rest of his life. However, because he summoned demons to “take care of things,” it’s easier said than done. Now his plan is to . . . [More]

Homecoming

A War Mage Novel

Even wizards in the U.S. armed forces have to go home some time.

First Magus Brent Rogers of the US Army stationed in Afghanistan is ordered to return home on furlough. Considered a war mage, he is trained to find enemies at a distance, to blow up their bombs, and to alert his men of danger. None of this is needed in the . . . [More]

War Mage

The War Mage series: Book One

In war, here be dragons.

Brent Rogers returns to his posting in Afghanistan, after being tortured by the militant Taliban group, Black Lions. He is given new orders: to be a liaison between the armed forces and four independent battle dragons. In trying to learn their ways, Brent attempts to become friends with them. But . . . [More]

Our Authors: Lisa Jacob