Meet Matilda Schmidt, paranormal psychologist....
When Cupid gets stupid...
It isn't every day a sexy demigod throws a pissed-off Cupid onto psychologist Matilda Schmidt's couch and informs her the fate of the world depends on her ability to get him off his diapered ass and back to helping people fall in love. But first she'll need to convince a seductive hit man he's snatched the wrong woman before he convinces her he might be the right man - for a night.
When luck runs out...
Accused of stealing gold from an infamous Irish street gang, paranormal psychologist Matilda Schmidt will die in exactly five days if she doesn't cough it up - guilty or not. With minutes ticking away and her office overrun by a leprechaun who's loopier than he is lucky, Matilda makes a deal with a demigod: Give him one night in her bed, and he'll help her locate the missing gold.
When there's not a hop in hell...
The day is going to hell in a hurry for paranormal psychologist Matilda Schmidt, and that's before a suicidal Easter bunny shows up for treatment. Hunted by two jealous goddesses who would gladly use her intestines to lace up their strappy sandals - and with her full-time hit man/sometimes lover nowhere to be found - Matilda will have to save herself, or the world will be up River Styx without a paddle.
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- Yvonne "I live to ride my bike."
Cynthia St. Aubin and Hollie Jackson are congenial. A perfect match!
Cynthia St. Aubin writes a fantastic comedy. The situations and characters she creates are just over the top and will make your belly ache, your cheeks hurt from laughter and will let you break out in giggles even after finishing the story.... Oh, and it gets hot, too!
There are several passages that were funny in the book but make you cry out with laughter when Hollie Jackson reads it alloud and you have to rewind a few times to listen to it. ("Tot-shot!!!!!")
The emancipation of a new kind.
I'm not sure if you should listen to this while driving or performing brain surgery or any kind of work that asks for 100% focus. Chances are that you'll laugh so hard you'll double over and can't stop guffawing. I'm not sure that any kind of insurance would include "damages by listening to Cynthia St. Aubin"