My Beautiful Monsters-The Complete Series by JB Trepagnier

My Greeky mythology classes never prepared me for getting kidnapped by Hades to tend to his monsters

My beautiful monsters-the complete series

I’ve always been able to talk to animals. Apparently, I can hear monsters too.

Hades kidnapped me. Yeah, that Hades. Greek mythology is real and I’m learning the gods are real dicks. I’m tasked with caring for the monsters in the Underworld. Oh, yeah, Demeter is pissed about the whole Persephone thing. She’s kidnapped her daughter and making the monsters fight for sport. Persephone is quite happy in the Underworld according to Hades pet dog…who has three heads and is kind of a goof.

I’ve met a Kraken, a minotaur, a phoenix, and a black widow spider. I’ve also met Hephaestus, the God of the Forge, who has been abused by his family.

Frankly, I’m tired of these gods thinking they can just hurt everyone. I’ve found out why I can hear animals and monsters. And I’m coming for them.

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Paranormal / Witches

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology

Language: English

Keywords: reverse harem complete series, reverse harem demons, reverse harem monsters, reverse harem Greek Mythology, reverse harem retelling, reverse harem monster romance, reverse harem paranormal romance

Word Count: 158,900

Sales info:

This is a box set of a completed series. I have the individual books listed here on Babelcube. I had the box set listed in case someone has translated all 3 books in the series into a certain language. I figure we can take what you've already translated and upload it together as a box set with a new cover for an additional source of income as my box sets in English tend to do very well and a lot of reverse harem readers tend to binge read

Sample text:

That was when I knew I would die if this dog didn’t get better. The bloodwork came back with no permanent damage, but Cerberus was dehydrated from the salt that was being put in his food.

“Your dog is just dehydrated. I can give him fluids, and he’ll be back to normal as long as you feed him a proper diet.”

Plouton cracked his knuckles and glared at me.

“Well, get to it. My dog doesn’t feel well.”

I’d dealt with distraught pet owners. Some were angry. I can honestly say I’d never been threatened with a gun before. I just wanted Plouton and his friend out of my office, even if I liked Cerberus.

I was starving, and it was time for dinner, but I didn’t dare stop for a snack because I feared the two men sitting with me. It was a monumental relief when I’d gotten all the fluids into Cerberus at an impossibly late hour. I thought they would just leave when I gently took the IV out and told them the dog would be okay.

“Your dog should be feeling better. Give him plenty of water and rethink how you are feeding him. Now, it’s late, and I do need to get home.”

That big guy started coming at me. I backed up until I hit the wall. What more did they want? Their dog was fine!

“You seemed to know exactly what was wrong with my dog. Cerberus is a special kind of dog, and not everyone can treat him. I have other beasts I need help keeping alive for as long as possible. Your gift is wasted here on people’s pets. We can do this the hard way or the painless way.”

“I can’t—”

“Okay, the hard way. Make it quiet.”

The gargantuan man came at me, and I swore the last thing I saw before my vision went black was his eyes glowing red.

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Already translated. Translated by Juliana Franco
Already translated. Translated by Samantha Rossiñol

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