“Legal Assistant Jin Lee Hannigan thought she had problems enough as a single woman in rundown Medias, Mississippi. That was before Jin meets a homeless man on Pepper Street who just happens to be the King of Hell, and learns that she’s really the mortal incarnation of Guan Shi Yin, the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy, charged with the rescue of unfortunates trapped in the various — and nasty — hells scattered around the cosmos. That doesn’t even turn out to be her biggest problem. It seems that the Goddess of Mercy is on the run and in hiding, which is why she incarnated as a human in the first place. Hiding from what? Love. But why would anyone fear love? Jin already knows that love is powerful, but what she has to learn, and fast, is that the wrong kind of love is also potentially the most destructive force in all the universe and–even more important–how to stop it.”
I’ve described All the Gates of Hell as a sort of “Paranormal Anti-Romance.” Like any shorthand/pitch description of a complicated subject, it’s not completely accurate, but then neither is it completely wrong. Regardless, for the next three (3) days starting May 24, 2015, I’ve dropped the price of the Kindle® edition to .99, after which it goes up to 2.99, and three (3) days after that it returns to its normal price of 4.99.
Then I’m not going to do any more of these. At least for a while.