She left him at the altar, but the devil is making him keep his promise.
Destiny is calling Chris, yet someone forgot to give him an instruction manual on conquering the world. Being the Antichrist is all well and good, but how is he supposed to know how to bring about Armageddon? He’s still waiting for his army of minions, the glory, the riches. And where is the respect?
You’d think any woman would be ecstatic at the thought of marrying the future ruler of the world.
She keeps spouting things like “forced to get married,” “love me for myself, not because Daddy made you.”
It doesn’t help that his psychotic mother with a penchant for playing with dead things has taken an interest. However, having her henchman of the apocalypse attempt to kidnap him isn’t the way to get in his good graces.
Things are starting to get complicated on Earth. Dark forces are rising, Chris’s powers are still developing—and he’s pretty sure his dad, Lucifer, wants him dead. What’s the destroyer of the world to do?
Point him to the nearest bar. This calls for more beer.
Jilted at the wedding alter by the one woman he would happily marry Chris is on the hunt for his run away bride.
Starting with Isobel leaving Chris at the alter before a run through a swamp and a battle with a swamp monster, and that’s only in the first couple of chapters. This book I full of Ms Langlais trademark humour with plenty some action and fighting. I really, really enjoyed reading this one and just devoured it.
This is the second book in the saga that is Isobel and Chris and I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. It is a stand alone series but I think you’ll get more out of the story if you’ve read the welcome to hell series, hells princess series and wickedest witch. They’re all stand alones but there are a few interconnecting events that had me going “oh my goodness I remember that, hehe”.