Karma’s hands are full, dealing with bitching angels, grumbling demons and humans who can’t seem to just love one another. Karma is overwhelmed and longs for her own happily ever after.
For three thousand years Thadeus, the sinfully sexy incubus demon has set his sights on Karma, but she doesn’t believe a demon is capable of love. Will Thadeus finally be able to prove her wrong?
When a wannabe demon hoping to take over as the Ruler of Hell, an archangel with his sights set on the loftiest of thrones, the upcoming Sin Convention, all hell breaks loose, literally, Karma must decide whether to stand up and fight for everything she has ever known, or let it go. Can Thadeus and Karma stand up and fight for the love they both so richly deserve?
Karma is the boss at Karma for Hire, and she has it rough. Not only does she have to work in a stuffy office, where she literally hasn’t had a day off in millennia, but she also has to try to keep the peace between a misfit crew of angels and demons; they can’t dole out the karma if they are constantly fighting among themselves. Her efforts are constantly thwarted by Thadeus, a succubus whose scheming to get her in bed hasn’t wavered in just as long. Worse still, her defenses are waning; it’s tough to fight the advances of an entity that can transform into your every desire whenever you see him. When a chance encounter in The Void causes Karma to break the rules of her contract, all Hell may be unleashed –all Heaven as well. It’s a race against time as Karma and her friends try to prevent Armageddon, save human existence, and keep their vacation days!
In Karma for Hire, Hennessee Andrews explores the day to day grind of the angels and demons responsible for giving people what’s coming to them. With an enjoyable story and a cast of well-defined but wonderfully flawed characters, Karma for Hire had a charm that I found irresistible. Even with Armageddon looming on the horizon, Andrews perfectly captured Karma’s turmoil as she found herself slowly and inexplicably drawn to Thadeus –or perhaps explicably, as he is a succubus. The characters’ struggles all seemed so relatable that I was immediately drawn in and couldn’t stop reading until the story was over. With lines like: ‘I want to save humanity, get the girl and go back to being evil with days off.’ I found myself rooting for angels and demons alike. Equal parts love story, comedy, and race to save humanity, Karma for Hire has something for everyone. If you’re thinking of passing it up, think again!
"Karma for Hire" by Hennessee Andrews is a fun read that centers around the entity known as Karma. As a fallen angel, Karma has been working in the earth realm for the past three to four thousand years. But with the increase in population, and a wave of new ways to sin, Karma decided to start her own website, "Karma for Hire". Anyone who is looking for her to pay someone a visit can get her to work for them for a price. Beyond the background information, this story mainly focuses on the relationships that develop between demons, angels, and Karma herself. Oh, and there is a Sin Convention that could alter the course of "Karma for Hire" forever. Overall, I enjoyed this novel. If you like a novel that focuses on character development and relationships, then this might be for you.
Karma is not on heavens side or hell,so they have decided she might not be needed anymore. She also has a sexy incubus who has been in love with her for hundreds of years. What will happen if there is no more karma ?