Gone With The Minion
How do you save your family when they’re about to lose the literal farm? You make a deal with a demon, of course. And then you spend the next one hundred and forty-nine years making him sorry he forced you to sign in blood on the dotted line.
Ever since Olivia “Liv” Madder made a bargain with a demon lord, she’s been haunted…by her three dead sisters, and they never give her a moment’s peace. Why can’t they move on? Because for the demon, the sisters are insurance.
Every ten years Liv must find a human willing to bargain their soul with Moloch. If she fails, even once, he’ll not only drag her to Hell, but he’ll take her sisters, too. It doesn’t mean she can’t make his demon-butt miserable in the process by making it her mission to kill as many lesser demons as possible. When her latest contracted soul dies an innocent, the bargain is broken, and Moloch can’t wait to make Liv pay. She seeks help from an old friend, a paranormal researcher who offered to help Liv if she ever got in a bind. Only problem is, her friend has died of old age, and his grandson, Tristan Jensen, has taken over his farm.
Tristan is completely unaware of the supernatural. Still, he has his grandfather’s good looks and intelligence, and he may be her only hope of saving herself and her sisters. But falling in love with a human was never part of her plans, and when Moloch tries to make another bargain with her for Tristan’s soul, Liv has a difficult decision to make.
Now, Liv is madder than hell, and Moloch’s about to learn she’s not going to take his demonic crap anymore! But the real question is, can she betray Tristan, the only man she’s ever loved, to save her sisters?