Unfortunately, Roger quickly finds out that there may be one thing stronger than his pen: red tape.
Threatened by Roger's efforts, a greedy billionaire with fingers in every pie and half the government in his pocket will do anything to keep the fat cats on top and the downtrodden, well, trodden down. From assassins, mud-slinging, and even the dreaded health inspector, no tactic is too slimy.
With the gauntlet thrown, Roger will pull out all the stops to bring the power back to the people, even if he has to take down the entire U.S. government to do it!
When an angry midget at a traveling carnival promises Roger something that could change his life, he never thought it would come in the form of a magic pen.
Now, anything the introverted college student writes becomes true, and with its power, he’ll finally be able to take revenge on the bullies who have tormented him over the years.
There’s just one problem. A group of assassins will do anything to get the pen, he accidentally made a entire squad of dancers into slaves, and his best friend somehow got an all-powerful mech.
Maybe that’s three problems, but either way, Roger might just find out that the pen is mightier.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A GRAPHIC STORY FEATURING HOT SEX, A DUDE WHO HAS A MAGIC PEN, AWESOME WEAPONS, VIOLENCE, NON-VIOLENCE, MORE SEX, A HAREM, CHEERLEADERS, STRIPPERS, NINJAS, ASSASSINS, MURDER, MORE SEX, GAMBLING, HELICOPTER EXPLOSIONS, A BITCHY BOSS, MECHS, A BULLY WHO GETS WHAT IS COMING TO HIM, AND AN MC WHO STRUGGLES WITH TRYING TO BE A GOOD PERSON WHILE HAVING ULTIMATE POWER. DO THE MATH, PLEASE.
Unfortunately, Roger has a problem. A pen user with a power unlike anything he’s seen before has set his sights on Las Vegas.
The thing is, Roger kind of likes Las Vegas how it is, after all, most of his stuff is there. And what’s more, no one threatens his women or his city.
Now, he’ll do anything to protect his people and his city, even if it means taking a trip to Monaco to infiltrate a high stakes poker game, hobnobbing with eccentric billionaires, and befriending the former Miss Tennessee. Though not necessarily in that order.
Hey, it might not be easy, but someone’s got to do it, right?
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A GRAPHIC STORY FEATURING HOT SEX, A DUDE WHO HAS A MAGIC PEN, AWESOME WEAPONS, VIOLENCE, NON-VIOLENCE, MORE SEX, A HAREM, CHEERLEADERS, STRIPPERS, NINJAS, ASSASSINS, MURDER, MORE SEX, HIGH-STAKES POKER, FASHION MODELS, MECHANICAL POWER SUITS, AND AN MC WHO STRUGGLES WITH TRYING TO BE A GOOD PERSON WHILE HAVING ULTIMATE POWER. DO THE MATH, PLEASE.
Now, Lillim’s half-demon ex-boyfriend is contacting her for help, she has somehow gotten herself mixed up in a kidnapping, and her long-dead rival has risen from the grave.
So when a dragon plotting to take over the world offers her a choice- work for him or else-
Lillim Callina is going to choose else.
Their goal is simple, keep the evil lord Zug of space planet Maverick from acquiring the Gideon cube and using its immense power to rain down destruction on earth. Sounds easy right? Well, it would be if not for the niggling thirty-six hour timeline that started yesterday...
Lillim Callina was still trying to figure out how to live like a normal girl when the vampires attacked. Now, this former demon hunter must decide if staying hidden is more important than saving her new home from the largest vampire infestation she has ever seen.
The only problem is, if she stops the vampires, the people hunting her just may find her, and they aren't too fond of deserters.
Wardbreaker is the first prequel in The Lillim Callina Chronicles, an urban fantasy series and takes place approximately one year before the first book, Kill it with Magic.
Since then, the Galaxy has enjoyed six months of relative peace.
That is over.
Admiral Vah, the last surviving member of the space mage's academy has resurfaced and is coming to Earth seeking vengeance for a decades old score.
And, if the army he's bringing along with him wasn't bad enough, Admiral Vah has enough magic to destroy a planet. By himself.
To get back home, she'll have to fight her way through Tartarus, cross a river of fire, ascend the stairs into Hades, and battle Spartacus himself.
It's a good thing Thes is a werewolf because, otherwise, she'd be screwed.
Now Abby’s world is in a tailspin. Her birth mom wants to harvest her organs, her only protector is a vampire, and she can do magic. Well, sort of. She’s supposed to be able to do magic.
And if she can’t figure it out in time to stop her mom, not only will she get her organs stolen, her mom will blow up two major cities to fuel her doomsday ritual.
Lillim Callina is crazy, at least, that's what the doctors tell her. Still, despite their insistence that everything is normal, that monsters don't really hide under the bed and werewolves don't really howl at the moon, Lillim can't shake the feeling they're just plain wrong.
So what's a girl just released from a mental hospital to do? Pretend. And that's what Lillim does. Pretend everything is normal. Pretend her school is real. Pretend the cute boy is really walking with her down the hall. Pretend her mother isn't really dead.
Because if she doesn't, they'll toss her back in crazy jail and throw away the key. If that happens, there will be no way for her to escape, assuming, of course, that she isn't actually crazy.
Fortunately, she’ll have help.
Connor, a demi-god possessed by an Ancient Evil destined to destroy the world, has agreed to help her stave off the apocalypse, which sounds all well and good if you can ignore the whole “demi-god possessed by an Ancient Evil” thing.
So yeah, probably not the world’s most trustworthy ally, but any port in a storm, right?
And yes, I wrote that on my nametag.
I was having a great day right up until Justin Bailey, werewolf prince and Grade A Pain-In-My-Ass came barreling into the shop I work at. Then he threw around words like "blood feud," "sorceress," and "murderer," so I couldn't just kick him out, especially since they all seemed connected to me.
Now the only thing I can do to clear my name is use my magic to help him find the culprit before the council of wolves takes matters into their own hands. If they do, they won't just kill me, they'll put the kibosh on anyone who's ever talked to me.
I guess Uncle Ben was right about that whole responsibility thing.
Work for them, and her father gets to live.
Sounds easy, right?
Well, it was until a couple masked maniacs cripple the agency and kidnap the director.
Now, if she can’t rescue him from Flash and Bang, the life support systems keeping her father alive will shut off for good.
Which, okay, yeah, her father’s a super villain and maybe the world would be better off without him, but he’s still family, and when it comes to family, you have to save them, even if it means wading through a supernatural army, right?
When Abby Banks escaped from the clutches of her terrorist mother, she thought she was home free… and she would have been if the government agency tasked with keeping the supernatural world at bay hadn’t decided she was worth more dead than alive.
Now the only thing standing between Abby and freedom is the agency that kidnapped her as a young girl. No big deal, right?
Why did a billion year old god have to go and kidnap Lillim Callina's best friend right when she was just starting to get her life back together after Caleb "I'm-a-huge-jerk" Oznek left her without so much as a pity glance?
He must have known she needed to vent her frustrations on someone's face. Armed with her trusty swords, Isis and Set, Lillim is going to track him down, even if she has to fight her way through an entire orcish horde, relive the worst moment of her life, and talk to her mother.
The only problem is, to stop him, she may have to forgive Caleb too.
Lillim Callina had just returned home when the nether realms erupted into civil war, spilling supernatural warfare into the streets around her.
With renegade gods whispering half-truths at every corner and devastation chasing after her, Lillim must find a way to finally end a conflict older than time itself.
There's just one tiny problem. Fairies know magic, and they aren't afraid to use it.
Since then Masataka has been patient. He has bided his time. And he has come to power.
Now he has seized control of an army who will do anything he wants, and the only thing he wants is to kill Lillim Callina.
This time, there will be no one to hear her scream.
So yeah, I almost kinda sorta stopped my bro from killing all of the werewolf nobles with his crazy blood ritual. Unfortunately for everyone, he missed one, and now wannabe werewolf king Alabaster is trying to avenge his people by going on the kind of killing spree you'd see in an eighties B-grade horror flick.
The only way to stop him is to seat Justin Bailey on the throne. There’s just one tiny problem. While he’s a swell guy, I have more power in my pinkie than he does in his whole body.
Still, I think I can pull it off, but only if I’m willing to throw Justin to the wolves.