When missions go awry...
Misha Sokolov is one frustrated demon. While his professional life with the Bureau of Supernatural Relations is rewarding, his romantic prospects are the pits. His teammates Kyle and Jean Luc have found their mates (with his help, he might add). Is it too much to ask for his own happily-ever-after?
When Misha finally meets an amazing demon female who could be THE ONE, Fate conspires against him. With the escalating tensions between the earth and realm demons, and his newest case involving supernatural seven-year-old twin boys, he's too busy for romance.
Callie, a human female, can't seem to convince her half-demon sons that using their powers in front of humans is a bad thing. And the more time Misha spends with her, the more he realizes she's keeping secrets. When those secrets jeopardize both her and her sons, Misha will stop at nothing to keep them safe. Because instead of conspiring against him, Fate may have put a spunky, green-eyed woman and her incorrigible sons in his path for a reason.
Demons Will Be Demons is the first book in a Mind Sweeper spin off series. If you like romance with a side order of mystery and a dash of humorous hijinks, then you'll love this series by Golden Heart® winner and RITA® finalist AE Jones.
The Realm (Mind Sweeper spin off series - however it can be read as a standalone series):
Demons Will Be Demons (Misha) – Book 1
Demons Are A Girl's Best Friend (Aleksei) – Book 2
Demons Are Forever (Sergei) – Book 3
Other Books by AE Jones:
Mind Sweeper Series:
Book 1 – Mind Sweeper
Book 2 – The Fledgling (A Novella)
Book 3 – Shifter Wars
Book 4 – The Pursuit (A Novella)
Mind Sweeper – The Novellas
Book 5 – Sentinel Lost
Mind Sweeper Flashback Stories:
About the Author
AE won RWA’s Golden Heart® Award for her paranormal manuscript, Mind Sweeper, which also was a RWA RITA® finalist for both First Book and Paranormal Romance. AE was also a recipient of the Booksellers Best Award for her book, Sentinel Lost.
AE lives in Ohio surrounded by her eclectic family and friends who in no way resemble any characters in her books. Honest. Now her two cats are another story altogether.