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They were the baddest of the bad, the illegitimate sons and daughters of Satan, who had managed to make love, raise hell, and milk life in a manner worthy of their heritage. Until the day the devil himself needs to name his heir apparent. So who will the next ruler of Sin City be?

 

From New York Times, USA Today & International bestselling author Julie Kenner (aka J. Kenner)

Raising Hell – Devil May Care book 1 

As the second son of Satan, Nicholas Velnias is certain he has no chance of stepping into his father’s shoes. But when his older brother fails to win the keys to hell, Nick is suddenly the favored son. And the task to prove his worth is so simple he knows that he can’t fail—all he has to do is steal the soul of a woman. How hard can that be?

After all, Nick steals bits of soul every day, infusing them into canvas and pigment to add that panache to the masterpieces that have brought him fame and fortune.

But when Nick meets Delilah Burnett, the innocent daughter of a preacher who’s bad for the devil’s business, all hell breaks lose. Because while Nick may have set out to steal the girl’s soul, in the end she’s the one who steals his heart.

The first in the Devil May Care Series by Julie Kenner and Dee Davis.

Look for the other novels in the series:

 

Hell Fire by Dee Davis

Sure As Hell by Julie Kenner

Hell's Fury by Dee Davis

"Sexy and romantic tales utilizing the world's ultimate bad boys....the sons of Satan. The characters are an amazing mix of charm, wit, and unmatched sex appeal, giving each story true zest!" —Romantic Times, 4 stars

 

A note from Julie

 

Dear reader,

I love writing fantasy and paranormal romance ... not to mention writing hot bad boy heroes! So of course I had tons of fun writing and brainstorming this series with Dee Davis.

It all started with a casual conversation – bad boy heroes are fun to write and fun to read. But just who would the baddest bad boys be?  Well, you can’t get much badder than a son of Satan ...

Enjoy!

JK

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