The Devilish Divas Boxed Set #2, Books 4 - 6: Three Complete Women's Fiction Novels
The Journey of Sisterhood, Adventure, Happiness, Tears, and Love Continues in Books 4 through 6 of The Devilish Divas Series by M.J. Schiller
Book 4: Satan, Line One - Dealing with their ramrod-straight, devil of a new boss has everyone in the kitchen on edge. But when Danielle and Samantha decide to send her to “Lunch Ladies Dating School,” will she become the toast of the town or send them all to the unemployment office? Destiny calls in SATAN, LINE ONE.
Book 5: Pitchfork in the Road - Growing up, kindergarten teacher Zoe McCord was a tomboy whose two best friends were guys. Now, as an adult, she must decide between the two. Amid the uncertainty, one thing's for sure: on the way to happily-ever-after, there's bound to be a PITCHFORK IN THE ROAD!
Book 6: Sin Worth the Penance – Killian Murphey finds a forbidden distraction from his sorrows Who is the temptress that mistook him for someone else in the dark of the pantry? And why has that kiss set him ablaze? Either way, she is definitely A SIN WORTH THE PENANCE!
Publisher's Note: This series is a fun look at the serious side of life and will be enjoyed by chick-lit and women's fiction fans of Sophie Kinsella, Fannie Flagg, Colleen Coleman, and Judith Keim as well as Melanie Summers.
The Devilish Divas Series
To Hell in a Coach Bag
Damned if I Do
The Devil You Know
Satan, Line One
Pitchfork in the Road
Sin Worth the Penance
Hell Hath No Fury
About the Author: Bestselling author M.J. Schiller is a retired lunch lady/romance-romantic suspense writer. She enjoys writing novels whose characters include rock stars, desert princes, teachers, futuristic Knights, construction workers, cops, and a wide variety of others. In her mind, everybody has a romance.
She is the mother of a twenty-three-year-old and three twenty-one-year-olds--that's right, triplets! So having recently taught four children to drive, she likes to escape from life on occasion by pretending to be a rock star at karaoke. However…you won’t be seeing her name on any record labels soon.