Review – Whatever for Hire

Whatever for Hire book cover


Whatever for Hire


Magical Romantic Comedies #4


R. J. Blain


Urban Fantasy


Fetching a cat out of a tree should’ve been a quick, easy fifty bucks in Kanika’s pocket. Instead, following one stray thought, the devil pays her a visit and leaves her with a debt to repay.
Owing the devil a favor is bad enough, but her life is turned upside down when it’s time to pay the piper. First, she doesn’t want the world’s sexiest firefighting, kitten-rescuing Scot as an unwilling companion. Since that wasn’t bad enough, she doesn’t know who wants him dead or why, but there’s no way in hell she’s going to let someone mar his perfection.
Add in the fact the devil wants an heir, and there’s only one thing she knows for certain: she’s in for one hell of a job.

Warning: This novel contains excessive humor, action, excitement, adventure, magic, romance, and bodies. Proceed with caution.


5stars rating

Well, here is me trying to not gush too much about this book… BUT IT WAS AMAZING!
Omg, I laughed, I facepalmed and I groaned right alongside Kanika.
A nifty plot, a kickass heroine, a man who saves kittens and puppies… add the devil and a few archangels in the mix and you have yourself a hell of a book (teehee).

Worldbuilding was great and character development was seriously fun.
Pacing and flow were good and the book itself was well written.

All in all… really… just read the series, you’ll love it! 😀