Burn Baby Burn
Magical Romantic Comedy (with a body count) #
contemporary, fantasy, urban fantasy, humour
Pen & Page Publishing
(14 May 2019)
Bailey Ember Gardener Quinn should’ve read the manual on caring for an incubus before marrying hers. The marriage license hadn’t mentioned anything about their sexy, insatiable ways. If she doesn’t get a single night of undisturbed rest soon, she’ll snap—or go on a napalm bender.
Either would work.
Recruiting Tiffany “Perkette” Perkins to be her partner-in-crime isn’t the best idea, but nothing says fun quite like a road trip, and Perkette the Misdemeanor Collecting Queen could teach the devil a thing or two about having a good time.
Add in a string of rabies cases, more puppies than she can count (or readily adopt,) a job promotion, and her very own incubus in disguise on the hunt for her, and Bailey’s in for one hell of a ride.
Warning: this novel contains excessive humor, a unicorn on a napalm bender, Quinn on the hunt, and more shenanigans than you can shake a stick at. Proceed with caution.
I just love this series and fall about laughing – out loud!
You just never know who will turn up, what they will say or even do! What do you say to Anubis when he gives you a dog – or is it a dog? And then offers to babysit? And then there are the Gorgon grandparents, and yet more grandparents because there may be a succubus too or and angel – and remember these angels don’t have heads, but still talk and see things and babysit the kids..
So once upon a time there was a flood – and Noah built an arc and took animals into it, but he forgot some, such as cindercorns, and they managed to survive the flood and mated with ordinary unicorns, and at which time you have lost the story.
In case you haven’t come across this series, I’ll just explain the difference between a cindercorn and a unicorn. Basically cindercorns like fire. They like to eat napalm and use it as fuel. They can then run very fast indeed. And some can use sunlight to fly..
If not, then read the book and have fun in this very fantastical world that RJ Blain has built.
Playing with Fire
A Magical Romantic Comedy (with a body count) #1
urban fantasy, comedy, romance,
Pen & Page Publishing
(30 Jan. 2017)
What do you get when you mix gorgons, an incubus, and the Calamity Queen? Trouble, and lots of it.
For Bailey, catering to the magical is a tough gig on a good day, but she has few other options. She can either keep spiking drinks with pixie dust to keep the locals happy, or spend the rest of her life cleaning up some of the world’s nastiest magical substances.
Years after helping Police Chief Samuel Quinn escape an unhappy marriage, Bailey is once again entangled in his personal affairs. To make matters worse, Quinn’s ex-wife is angling for revenge, tossing Bailey into the deep end along with her sexiest enemy.
Warning: This novel contains excessive humor, action, excitement, adventure, magic, romance, and bodies. Proceed with caution.
A 5 star read.
There are just so many mythological creatures turning up in
this novel – and each and every one of them has attitudes.
Especially when they encounter our heroine – a vanilla human
– or is she? Who is a kick-ass snarky virgin. And it is this latter descriptor
that brings her to the attention of the gorgon community.
We learn a great deal about the gorgon society in this novel
and their mating habits, and also just who finds a use for succubus and incubus
in their love life – and what happens when you get a incubus drunk in a bar.
And then there is also the Quinn family – I found the court
room scene hilarious – don’t stop reading before you get there!
Lots of fun and hilarity in a nicely crafted mystery story,
well written with an easy style – and no grammar or proofing mistakes obvious.
Some Americanism in the verbs but I can accept that.
No Kitten Around:
A Magical Romantic Comedy (with a body count)
Fiction contemporary, urban, humour, romance
Pen & Page Publishing
October 30, 2018
Warning: This novel contains excessive humor, action, excitement, adventure, magic, romance, and bodies. Proceed with caution. The last thing Reed Matthews needs in his life is a kitten, but when an orphaned tabby suckers him into becoming her caretaker, he's in for the ride of his life. Add in an angel determined to meddle in his affairs, a devil with an agenda, and a bucketful of bad omens, and he'll count himself fortunate if he survives the clash between heaven, hell, and his ex. In this anything goes romp, there's no kitten around: if Reed wants to survive and regain control of his life, his only hope lies in the hands of an elf and his ex, a woman he's sworn to never see again.
How do cats sucker us? Well, they have these cute eyes? and soft silky fur and they purr. And then we do anything for them… well
And then we need some swords, an elf – yes think very fast and deadly with a blade – angels without heads (how creepy is that?) and demons and…
You get the idea. Lots of different species and fighting and funny bits. RJ Blain likes cats – in fcat she writes a newsletter from her cats – the sneaky kitty critics regularly and they tell us readers just what is going on – with a side order of snark.