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Rock Your Evil

Rock Your Evil

Book 1: Noble As Hell

“Wickedly funny.”  ~Melanie James, New York Times Bestselling Author

“What a brilliant urban fantasy book. I am so excited about this series! This first book is so original, full of gritty humour and hilarity, and it was fast-paced and had me right on the edge of my seat. Reminiscent of Jim Butcher’s ‘The Dresden Files’ (but without copying in any way), which is high praise indeed. Five enormous flame-throwing stars.” ~Amazon review

“This book reminded me so much of the Plum Series by Janet Evanovich. A lot of self-induced humor that had me laughing. An array of supernaturals and a huge scariness. I enjoyed it from the beginning and the danger and humor kept me going. Great read.” ~Amazon review

It’s bad enough to have to deal with evil, right? 

But when it’s clever, unpredictable as hell, and has a not-so-helpful sense of humor, it can get downright annoying. Or deadly. Or end-of-the-world disastrous. Or other fun stuff like that.

I’ll be honest. I thought I was prepared to defend the City of Boston against magical sociopaths with questionable morals. Once I got the job, however, it took only about thirty seconds and one dead mentor for me to discover I was wrong. As it turns out, I’m pretty much undertrained, underqualified, and surprisingly unwelcome.

But when my best friend and an immortal warrior get abducted by the GoD of Evil as part of his highly-flawed world-peace plan, guess who’s the only one with a chance to save the day? Yeah. Me.

Which means, it’s time for me to find my inner badass.

Or die.

I prefer badass.

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