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  • Jilted Prince

    Jilted at the wedding alter by the one woman he would happily marry Chris is on the hunt for his run away bride. Starting with Isobel leaving Chris at the alter before a run through a swamp and a battle with a swamp monster, and that’s only in the first couple of chapters. This book I full of Ms Langlais trademark humour with plenty some action and fighting. I really, really enjoyed reading this one and just devoured it. This is the second book in the saga that is Isobel and Chris and I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. It is a stand alone series but I think you’ll get more out of the story if you’ve read the welcome to hell series, hells princess series and wickedest witch. They’re all stand alones but there are a few interconnecting events that had me going “oh my goodness I remember that, hehe”.

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  • The continuing saga of the Antichrist & his Duckie

    Book two in the Hell’s Son series picks up where we left off in Lazy Son – Chris has been left by Isobel at the altar, after both were surprised by who they were marrying. Unfortunately, Chris has given Isobel the impression that he was ‘fine’ getting hitched to anybody, instead of being upset that it wasn’t her. No one said she was logical! Isobel escapes the church and runs for her freedom. When she gets back home, she decides that she’s through being the good daughter – much to her mother’s displeasure. Chris is trying to get back into her good graces. He loves her, but how to make her believe it when he is having trouble believing it himself? The Antichrist doesn’t deal with *ick* emotions and *gag* feelings. She wants him to do something heroic to win her back – the son of Lucifer has got his work cut out for him! A trip to New Orleans, epic battles, a Hell Hound with questionable timing, the magical chastity belt, and of course fighting against Mommy’s horsemen; this is a non-stop ride. Chris has to determine his fate, and decide whether to fulfill the prophecy he’s been taught his entire life, or build a different future with his duckie, his queen. Can’t wait for Hell’s King!!

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  • Give him his duckie!

    This just kept getting better and better! From “no way” to “outta my way” Christopher came to terms with how much he wanted, no, he needed Isobel to be with him. All the wildness, all the craziness, all the supernatural powers for and against them, and their love for each other was always their driving force. The characters around them, well, they made for some great laughs, but they also made for some really touching moments. Of course, this is book two of a trilogy and that cliff hanger has me rushing onto the next one!

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