Am erotic urban fantasy in print only, wit witches, demons, angels and Armageddon. Written by Pamela K. Kinney under the pseudonym, Sapphire Phelan.
Mortal woman Tina discovers she is part of a prophesy that says she and Charun, her demon Familiar, must make love so she can become the witch she is fated to be. If she doesn't do it and stop the demon army bringing Armageddon to the Mortal Realm on Halloween, she won't stand a chance in Hell.
A year later, just when Tina and Charun thought it was all over and that their life would be normal-another prophesy pops up. If Lucifer snatches Tina and mates with her before the last chime before midnight of the new year and gets her pregnant with his son, that the real Armageddon would begin, spelling the end of life as they knew it. This time they get help from an archangel, Jacokb, but with demons, Lucifer, and a cute demon bunny with fangs out of a Monty Python nightmare, out to stop them and Heaven not lending a hand, will Tina this time lose the battle and become the mother of the Antichrist and the start of a new Hell on Earth?
Contains e-novellas Being Familiar with a Witch and A Familiar Tangle with Hell.
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Not all demons were created equal for a Witch to vanquish.
Like the one Tina fought now. Big and ugly, the Onckle demon stomped its four feet in anger. It narrowed its four piggish red eyes and shot beams of magic from them. Tina dived to her right and barely dodged the blast of magic, falling to the ground. The Onckle howled in frustration because it hadn’t got her.
“Yeah, yeah, you whiner,” she muttered under her breath, crawling to her knees.
Charun stopped beside her on the left, holding out a claw-tipped hand. He was in his demon form, looking massive and imposing. “Are you all right? The Onckle demon didn’t hit you, did it?”
Tina straightened her shoulders and stood without his help. “Yeah, I’m fine. Where in hell do they find these uglies?”
Charun grinned. “You said it, lover. Hell.”
“Duh, Charun. I didn’t think they found that in the grocery department at Wal-Mart.”
“Well, you’ve boning up on all the demonic entities that exist in Hell, but you only read up to—”
She finished his sentence. “The Ns. And you said this is an Onckle demon? The damned thing looks like a spider from a druggie’s nightmare. Somebody had to be on something to even think that one up.”
She shot off a couple of her best magic shots at the beast. The first one missed, sizzling by it, but the second one sent it spinning back against a telephone pole that cracked under the impact. The demon roared in pain and lumbered back onto all ten of its clawed feet.
“What does this demon do, besides having magic, of course?”
“Well, it has this spit that, if it gets onto you, will dissolve the flesh from your bones.”
“Great. That means I have to avoid its nasty spit besides the magic, too.”
Both Tina and her Familiar lover stood side-by-side as the Onckle demon stomped all ten feet, then scurried at them. It roared, putting out all eight arms. Suddenly, it halted and launched a greenish discharge from its maw at them.
Charun shoved Tina to the side. He charged the other fiend, swinging to his right to avoid the stuff, but it didn’t matter as the stuff slammed into him and covered him.
The muck did not feel good.
“Charun!” screamed Tina as she leaped to her feet.
The goop glowed and burned off, revealing that Charun was all right. He slashed at the other demon with his claws as he kicked his right foot into the demon’s kneecaps of its first four legs. The Onckle’s knees buckled and it landed on its belly, all of its legs splayed out. Both Charun and Tina combined their magic and made it into a glowing rope that tied up all of the monster’s arms and legs. Tina muttered something under her breath and the Onckle demon vanished on a cry of rage.
Not caring that his visage looked terrifying, Tina ran to Charun and kissed him. Then she slapped him across the face. “Don’t you dare scare me like that again!”
He raised a brow. “Did I scare you?” He grinned, showing a mouthful of dagger-like fangs. “You do care.”
“Stupid Familiar, like you didn’t know that already.”