Infernal Initiation (Doomed Cases Book 3

Infernal Initiation (Doomed Cases Book 3

by Miss Joanna Mazurkiewicz


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Maxine's secret is out and her life is spinning out of control.

After the confrontation with Arthur in the palace she is forced to use her demonic abilities against him. Unfortunately something goes wrong and Maxine wakes up in a prison cell the very next day, and now the Head of Faction wants her head on a silver platter.

She is forced to go into hiding, knowing that her enemy is going after one person that she loves the most- her baby daughter.

To make matters worse her business partner Ricky has been wounded by a poisoned magical machete. In order to survive he needs a reversal spell directly from Lucifer's private quarters.

Maxine is visited by a demon who offers her a way out; claiming that he can save people that she cares about if she willingly gives her soul away to the dark lord.

She doesn't even hesitate and makes a deal with the devil himself, knowing that from then on her future will be set in stone and she will be doomed forever.

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ISBN-13: 9781542921473
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/03/2017
Pages: 394
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.81(d)

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I have purchased all four books from the Doomed cases series and throughout there have been parts missing randomly. Now I am on book 4, which I have already paid for, but when opened it's actually book three again! I have been emailing back and forth with Nook support but so far nothing they told me to try has worked. Really frustrating when I have limited time to read and then when I can I'm unable because of the book issues! This series has been entertaining and I would recommend it IF there weren't so many issues with the ebooks.