No one told Quinn there was a cover charge to enter Hell - or that Valhalla didn't allow bar tabs.
Thanks to a witchy homebrew, Quinn MacKenna - part-time goddess, full-time troublemaker - has slipped past death’s door to rekindle an old flame and snuff out an old friend. But in order to do that, Quinn will need allies, be they an alcoholic ferryman, a deadly horseman, or some of the most feared and respected gods this side of the afterlife.
In a do-or-die effort to track down her old nemesis, Quinn must first expose dark truths, strike a bargain with Hades himself, and journey to a realm fraught with bloodshed and brimming with booze. The sort of place only a warrior could love or a scrappy redhead from Boston.
Quinn quickly becomes immersed in all manner of schemes and intrigues that threaten to distract her from her goals, like starting a bar fight in Valhalla, flying with the Valkyries, or surviving the mists of Niflheim with the power of a stolen kiss.
Quinn’s devil-may-care attitude will lead her down a brimstone path paved with good intentions, reminding her that, sometimes, you have to be willing to lose everything if you want to find anything. Especially if that thing happens to be a mythical city littered with ancient treasures.
In the end, Quinn will have no choice but to wallow in the past or embrace her future as her toughest crucible threatens to become her greatest failure. Will she emerge victorious, or will she remain doomed to wander the beyond for all eternity?
Come hell or high water, there’s only one way to find out.
If you like Jim Butcher, Kevin Hearne, Steve McHugh, Michael Anderle, Ilona Andrews, Patricia Briggs, Shannon Mayer, or K.F. Breene, you won't be able to put down the highly addictive Phantom Queen Diaries or anything else in the Temple Verse.
Praise for the book:
“Shayne Silvers, Jim Butcher, and Kevin Hearne are easily my favorite urban fantasy authors. In that order.” (Michael Anderle, Amazon top 25 best-selling author)