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Knocked Up by the Demon by Emmy Clark

05/05/2021

Rule #7 - Do not throw coins into the fountain at Umbra Park.

The devil’s in the details, and he plans to explore every hot inch of hers…

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Sweet and innocent good girl Desi Miller always aims to please. Even when her sister constantly ditches her to flirt with jerkface guys, her mom and dad ask her to take on extra shifts at the family burger grill, and last but not least…

Well, she’s now babysitter for the day to a precocious four-year-old little angel, which should be the least of her problems.

Spoilers: It’s not.

When the little girl accidentally tosses a coin into the forbidden fountain at Umbra Park, summons a twisted wish-granting demon, and subsequently unleashes ten-story tall cotton candy monsters on their sleepy small town, um, yeah…

Honestly, it’s a bad day all around at that point and it’s not looking like it’ll get any better.

So then why is she so drawn to this finely-tailored demon and his obsession with pointing out she has amazing legs? Which she does. And she’s glad someone has finally noticed, thank you very much.

Except that’s not helping right now!

Unless it is?

When the demon concocts a plan that may save Steamydale from certain doom, she’s skeptical. I mean, he’s the one that started it in the first place.

Also, can she really trust a demon?

There's only one way to find out...

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In general words, the paranormal literary fiction genre comprises beings and happenings beyond the world of normal scientific comprehension of the natural world. Novels in the fiction genre are all put in the actual world. However, they comprise experiences that defy scientific explanation. For instance, stories put on earth contain angels, demons, witches, psychics, witches, etc. If you love to read some books with ghosts and angels, you must add this category to your reading list. Many books available in the market come under the Paranormal Genre, and you can buy them online or offline.

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