The Mercenary Librarians and the Silver Devils are back in The Devil You Know, the next installment of USA Today and New York Times bestselling author Kit Rocha’s post-apocalyptic Action/Romance, with hints of Orphan Black and the Avengers
Maya has had a price on her head from the day she escaped the TechCorps. Genetically engineered for genius and trained for revolution, there’s only one thing she can’t do—forget.
Gray has finally broken free of the Protectorate, but he can’t escape the time bomb in his head. His body is rejecting his modifications, and his months are numbered.
When Maya’s team uncovers an operation trading in genetically enhanced children, she’ll do anything to stop them. Even risk falling back into the hands of the TechCorps.
And Gray has found a purpose for his final days: keeping Maya safe.
KIT ROCHA is the pseudonym for the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author duo Donna Herren and Bree Bridges. They are best known for their gritty and sexy dystopian Beyond series, and were the first indie authors to receive a Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award. They currently live three miles apart in Alabama and spend their non-writing time caring for a menagerie of animals and crafting handmade jewelry, all of which is chronicled on their various social media accounts.
Praise for The Devil You Know:
“The stakes are high, the danger is imminent and the sexiness is through the roof.”—BookPage
“This series entry begins to peel back the layers of the characters that make up the Mercenary Librarians and the Silver Devils, while giving hints to deeper secrets and conspiracies of the corrupt TechCorps and its plans for control.”—Library Journal
Praise for Deal with the Devil:
“A full-throttle read! I can't wait to see what happens next!”—Jeaniene Frost, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Night Huntress series
“Hard-hitting, unflinching, brutally, beautifully written, and surprising even in the last act. It pulls off a few tricks I would have called cliches past redeeming. I am SO impressed.” —Seanan McGuire, New York Times bestselling author
“A roller coaster of nail-biting thrills combined with top-notch world-building, palpable heat, and real emotional stakes. You're going to love it.” —Gwenda Bond, New York Times bestselling author of Stranger Things: Suspicious Minds
“High-stakes action and plenty of chemistry, DEAL WITH THE DEVIL absolutely crackles!”—Chloe Neill, New York Timesand USA Today bestselling author
“The sizzling sexual tension is simply the icing that makes DEAL WITH THE DEVIL one of my favorite SF reads ever.”—Alyssa Cole, award-winning author
“My advice? Cancel your plans so you can get swallowed up in Kit Rocha’s exciting new world.”—Thea Harrison, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author
“An exhilarating start to what promises to be a compelling series... bring on the next Mercenary Librarians adventure!”—Nalini Singh, New York Times bestselling author
“Complicated characters, complex stakes, and worldbuilding on a grand scale, I loved this book. Pre-order--and get multiple copies for friends, too!”—Melissa Marr, New York Times bestselling author of the Wicked Lovely series
“Nina is everything I love in a heroine—smart and badass, but with a core of hope and kindness. And Knox is jaded, honorable, and so very conflicted. I loved it!”—Jessie Mihalik, author of Polaris Rising
“An explosive start to a brilliant new series. Tough, gritty, and smart, with sharp sparks of humor, and overflowing with heart and hope. I loved it. I can’t wait for more.”—Suzanne Brockmann, New York Times bestselling author
“A risky and frisky adventure.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Rocha capably deploys found family and forbidden love tropes while keeping readers on their toes with unpredictable action beats. This postapocalyptic tale of espionage and romance will have readers eager to know what happens next.”—Publishers Weekly
“Rocha slide into traditional publishing with a high-action, high-stakes sf romance. Intriguing characters, tragic backgrounds, and a few twists comprise a strong launch to this new series.”—Library Journal