A Kiss Before Doomsday
(Dru Versus Doomsday, Book 2)
Sorcerers are disappearing off the streets of Denver, and Dru is the only one who knows what it could mean: the end of the world.
It’s not every day an undead motorcycle gang starts dragging off anyone with magical powers. There’s a pattern to these attacks. The only person to see it is Dru Jasper, proprietor of The Crystal Connection and newly-minted sorceress.
But when she sounds the alarm, no one believes her.
The deeper Dru digs, the more ominous the signs become. Could it be forbidden necromancy in the hands of someone trying to fulfill the prophecy of the apocalypse scroll?
Now more than ever, Dru needs half-demon Greyson and his infernal car, Hellbringer. But all of her friends are convinced Greyson is dead, lost forever in the Netherworld.
Yet she knows he’s alive. She can feel it. And she suspects he’s trapped at the center of this evil, needing her help.
When a charismatic sorcerer from Dru’s past shows up unexpectedly, bearing gifts, she has to wonder at the timing. Does he know where to find Greyson? Can she trust him to help her infiltrate the mountainous fortress of a powerful sorcerer intent on bringing about doomsday?
Time is running out. Because the moment the prophecy is fulfilled, legions of dead will rise to consume the souls of everyone on Earth…
PRAISE FOR THE DRU JASPER SERIES
“Fresh, fierce, and laugh-out-loud funny. The most rollicking read I’ve had in ages!”
—Lisa Shearin, New York Times bestselling author
“A long way from being yet another gloomy, claustrophobic urban fantasy. This is urban fantasy for readers who want to have a good time—even a few laughs. Well-crafted and thoroughly entertaining.”
“A reluctant sorceress. Her shapeshifting warrior BFF. Her wisecracking employee. A hunky mechanic who is becoming one of the four horsemen of the apocalypse. Possessed cars. This book has everything.”
“A fast and fun ride that keeps you entertained all the way through its unyielding mayhem.”
“MacNaughton’s urban fantasy series features sorcery, magic, nearly indestructible classic cars, and characters who run the gamut from faintly noir to slightly horrific. A fascinating series where anything is possible and everything has a cost.”
“Such a fun read! I couldn’t put it down. Humorous, charming, and easily addict-able.”
—Manhattan Book Review
“Humor, magical exploits, and entertaining characters. More urban fantasy than supernatural romance, this offers fans of both subgenres a fun crossover read.”
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