After she’d closed the portal into Hell at the Elysian Fields Guest House, Claire and her talking cat, Austin, found they’d acquired a new companion—Dean. Though Dean was a Bystander and shouldn’t have been allowed to even remember Keepers existed, somehow in the course of their mutual ordeal at the Elysian Fields, he’d become an indispensable part of Claire’s life. She knew she should change his memories and force him to leave her. Any other course was bound to lead to disaster. But as it turned out, it was already too late, for without Dean around Claire could easily become a danger to herself and the very fabric of space and time.
Yet with Dean around—and a little of her sister Diana’s meddling thrown in—the world was headed straight for Chaos.
And Claire was about to face a challenge beyond her wildest imagining—a catastrophe created by the power of love—when an angel and a devil each manifested in the mortal world as fully endowed teenagers, who didn’t have a clue how to handle their all-too-human bodies, raging hormones, and opposing needs to do good and evil....
Praise for the Keeper's Chronicles:
“There are plenty of odd characters and touches of unexpected magic and humor to keep things moving for a contemporary fantasy that’s lots of fun.” —Locus
“No one tickles the funnybone and chills the blood better than Tanya Huff.... With screamingly funny dialogue and sharp plotting, Ms. Huff makes every word a positively delightful experience in this imaginative tale.” —Romantic Times
“Fans of humorous fantasy will enjoy this fast-moving tale, as will cat lovers and anyone else who can suspend disbelief and settle back for a good time.” —VOYA
“This book is entertainment, pure and simple.... A thoroughly satisfying story.” —SF Site
“An abundance of wit…a strong fantasy which wins on its solid and refreshingly different, wry humor.” —Library Bookwatch
“Great reading for a hot summer night when you want to be whisked away to another world.” —SF Chronicle
“Tanya Huff’s new series is a brilliant creation.... The storyline is riveting with never a dull moment.” —Omni Magazine