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Award-winning author Deborah Wilde jumped from a twelve year screenwriting career to writing YA romantic comedies under the name Tellulah Darling because her first kiss sucked and she’s compensating. Both a hopeless romantic and a total cynic with a broken edit button, she branched out into adult urban fantasy as Deborah Wilde to satisfy her love of smexy romances and tales of chicks who kick ass. Her debut series The Unlikeable Demon Hunter is described as Bridesmaids meets Buffy. She is all about the happily-ever-after, with a huge dose of hilarity along the way.
A global wanderer, hopeless romantic, and total cynic with a broken edit button, Deborah writes adult urban fantasy romance to satisfy her craving for smexy love stories and tales of chicks who kick ass. Her debut series The Unlikeable Demon Hunter is described as Bridesmaids meets Buffy. This award-winning author is all about the happily-ever-after, with a huge dose of hilarity along the way.
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The Unlikeable Demon Hunter (Nava Katz #1):
Bridesmaids meets Buffy with a dash of the seven deadly sins.
The age-old story of what happens when a foul-mouthed, romance impaired heroine with no edit button and a predilection for hot sex is faced with her worst nightmare–a purpose.
Ari Katz is intelligent, driven, and will make an excellent demon hunter once initiated into the Brotherhood of David. However, this book is about his twin Nava: a smart-ass, self-cultivated hot mess, who is thrilled her brother is stuck with all the chosen one crap.
When Nava half-drunkenly interrupts Ari’s induction ceremony, she expects to be chastised. What she doesn’t expect is to take her brother’s place among the–until now–all-male demon hunters. Even worse? Her infuriating leader is former rock star Rohan Mitra.
Too bad Rohan’s exactly what Nava’s always wanted: the perfect bad boy fling with no strings attached, because he may also be the one to bring down her carefully erected emotional shields. That’s as dangerous as all the evil fiends vying for the bragging rights of killing the only female ever chosen for Demon Club.
Odds of survival: eh.
Odds of having a very good time with Rohan before she bites it: much better.
The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Sting (Nava Katz #2):
50% boobs. 50% sarcasm. 100% new breed of hunter
After a bumpy start as the only female demon hunter in the top secret Brotherhood of David, Nava Katz heads to Prague for her first undercover mission: unmasking a demon movie star. She’d be all kinds of thrilled if it weren’t for the fact that her fellow hunter-with-benefits, Rohan Mitra, has reclaimed his rock star status and assigned Nava the role of groupie.
Rejecting her “be a good girl and follow orders” directive, Nava unleashes an alter ego guaranteed to hook their celebrity target and drive Rohan crazy. No downside–until she finds herself up against Rohan’s past, the Brotherhood’s antiquated thinking, and her own identity issues, turning her personal life into the bomb that could blow up the entire operation.
Sparkly and deadly; it’s a plan.
The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Need (Nava Katz #3):
Less Hopelessly Devoted, more Worse Things I Could Do.
Nava is hot on the heels of a demonic serial killer and finally working with her brother. The assignment should be a dream come true, not anightmarish power struggle made worse by her twin’s refusal to believethere’s corruption within the Brotherhood. Nava is determined to findproof of their dirty dealings, even as she risks irrefutably breakingher sibling bond.
Speaking of clocking annoying males upside thehead… Nava is also totally over smoking hot rock star and fellowhunter Rohan Mitra. There is a veritable buffet of boy options outthere, and this girl is now all-you-can-eat. So when her demon huntbrings her first love, Cole, back into her life, her revenge fantasiesfor closure-on all fronts-are a go. Except neither her old wounds norher new ones are as healed as she believes.
Still, she’s got work to do:
Guy problems: terminate with extreme prejudice.