It Happened One Doomsday
(Dru Versus Doomsday, Book 1)
Can her magic save the world — before his curse destroys it?
Sorcerers are rare and powerful in the modern world. Each wields their unique arcane ability to protect innocents against demons and the forces of darkness. Their power is legendary. They are the best of the best.
Unfortunately, Dru isn’t one of them.
Sure, she’s got potential. She can use crystals to see enchantments. She can brew potions. And she can research practically anything in the massive magical library behind her little store, sandwiched between a pawn shop and a 24-hour liquor mart.
But when a possessed black muscle car pulls up, its handsome driver’s eyes glowing red, Dru knows she’s in trouble.
Just being near Greyson raises her crystal magic powers to dizzying heights. He makes her feel things she’s never felt before. But he’s been cursed to transform into a demonic creature that could bring about a fiery apocalypse.
If she can’t discover his secret, the world is doomed.
There’s only one chance to break Greyson’s curse—and it’s about to fall into Dru’s inexperienced hands…
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.”