The Demon Lord of California

The Demon Lord of California

by Jeanne Marcella


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Stripped of his psychic powers, Calico Winghorse barely made it to 19th century Earth via his interdimensional portal. As a mixed-blood phoenix concealing himself in human form, he opens a bakery in the San Francisco Bay Area and quietly licks his wounds. But the unique method of his escape has drawn the unwanted attention of Infinity Corporation.

Representing this angelic-run company is Agustin Chavez de la Cruz, the Demon Lord of California. Even though Agustin is the corporation’s heir, he finds himself demoted from his daily duties for a new assignment: take absolute control of the portal.

As Agustin formulates a more gracious avenue of acquiring Calico’s gateway, the demanding head of IC interferes, further complicating matters. From this unexpected interlude, Calico and Agustin realize they both wish to establish more than a mere business arrangement. So negotiations stumble along, all the while Calico ensures that the good people of the city are getting their fill of baked goods.

Yet due to Calico’s injuries, the portal remains vulnerable to the darker forces that want it at any cost. Agustin will have to push both his angelic heritage, and his own psychic powers to the very limits to mend someone who not only bears celestial blood, but who is also the god of space and time.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780578461496
Publisher: Jeanne Marcella
Publication date: 03/14/2019
Series: Infinity 8 , #1
Pages: 232
Sales rank: 925,023
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.53(d)

About the Author

My style is eclectic, and somewhat eccentric. I live in the worlds of dark and light fantasy that eagerly explore quests and the grit of living. Along the way there might be budding romances, and of course established ones that are slightly fractured. Nearly all of my characters are LGBTQ+, but that does not define who they are or the goals they struggle to reach.

Stories came to me from a very young age. And I loved books. I would often stare at Richard Scarry's art for hours. Days. And was mesmerized at the infinite mini universes of stories within stories presented.

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