Sign up for Demonology 101 with Kiernan Kelly

Get ready for another classic Kiernan Kelly story. No one combines hot and funny the way Kiernan does. When she sent her submission to me for the Wicked Good anthology, I couldn’t wait to read it, and I knew by the end of page one I’d be keeping it for the anthology. 

Like demons? Like hot demon-y sex? Like Barbeque? You’re in for a treat on all three counts. Kiernan Kelly gets an A+ for “Demonology 101.” 

That sexy bad boy is Kiernan’s own work. Damn, she’s talented!

There’s something inherently sexy in having an attitude, which is why almost everybody loves a bad boy, and why I chose a demon for the hero in my story, “Demonology 101” for the “Wicked Good” anthology. In my story, though, the badness is in perception – or misperception, as the case may be.

When I started to write about Xyle (pronounced “Zile,” and woe to them who get it wrong – he has a thing about people mispronouncing his name), I wanted a character who is not so much bad, but has badness thrust upon him.

In the story, demons have gotten a bad rap over time, vilified for most of history. Today, while the enlightened majority of humans have accepted them, indeed passed laws protecting them, there is a minority of ill-informed, ignorant people who still fear them, and actively seek to do them harm.

Xyle is a college professor who teaches “Demonology 101,” a course created to dispel myths about demons and educate future generations, with hopes to eliminate the hatred and bias that still exists toward his people. Xyle gets to take his curriculum out of the classroom and put it to the test in the real world when he meets Roger, a demon-hunter who wants only one thing – to kill Xyle.

But the one thing neither Xyle nor Roger count on is an immediate and overwhelming attraction to each other that can’t be denied, no matter how hard each of them tries to ignore it.

Enter the hot demon-on-human sex. What could be better than bad boys, fangs, wings, horns, and lots of m/m smexing? And really good barbeque, but you’ll have to read the story to find out where that fits in.

I can’t wait to read the other stories in this sizzling anthology, and would like to thank EM and Ravenous for allowing me the chance to get my demon on!

Read an excerpt!

[Available from KindleAll Romance eBooksB&N Nook, and Fictionwise & Ravenous Romance]

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