A Chip On Her Shoulder (Magical Romantic Comedies #11) by R.J. Blain
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After a deal with loan sharks sours, Darlene’s brother is permanently transformed into a chipmunk. Not one to accept impossibility as a good excuse for failure, she’s determined to rescue her brother and secure revenge against those who’d poisoned him with grade-a transformatives.
If she wants to perform a miracle, she’ll need to join forces with a divine, but the man upstairs and his angels refuse to help.
None of the other so-called benevolent divines are willing to help her, either.
Running out of time and options, Darlene prepares to storm the gates of hell for her brother.
She never expected to fall in love with the Devil.
Warning: this novel contains a woman with a chip on her shoulder, humor, and one hell of a hero. Proceed with caution.
The Devil has met his match. Her name is Darlene and she is determined to rule Hell (for an agreed upon time) to get revenge on her asshole brother’s unlucky transformation…to a chipmunk.
I can’t believe this is my first book by R.J. Blain. Where has she been all my life? I’m still laughing at Darlene’s cheeky takeover of Hell.
Who wouldn’t love Darlene? She is the ultimate kickass queen to the spoiled, whiny, sexually repressed Lucifer. The witty repartee between them is priceless! And the headless archangels Michael and Gabriel are a hoot encouraging Darlene to discipline their fallen brother by giving him limited access to her spots…did I mention she is a shapeshifter as a Snow Leopard?
I love this laugh-fest of a paranormal rom-com where a mortal thoroughly and hilariously seduces the Devil! A truly unique take on the dynamics of Heaven and Hell. Apparently, I need to go back and read the 10 books before this. I can’t recommend this fun read enough!
Thank you to Ms. Blain for giving me the opportunity to read this book with no expectation of a positive review.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
RJ Blain suffers from a Moleskine journal obsession, a pen fixation, and a terrible tendency to pun without warning.
In her spare time, she daydreams about being a spy. Her contingency plan involves tying her best of enemies to spinning wheels and quoting James Bond villains until satisfied.