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When the deal you need isn't the one you want...

To protect Vega and her son from the demon-vampire Arnaud, I’ve secured spots for them in a powerful safe house. The price? Pledging my services to the Upholders - a group searching for stolen loved ones.

My new teammates are a young minister, a snarky half-fae, a hulking mermaid, and a druid with major control issues. Bonded by said druid’s magic, I couldn’t wriggle out of this deal if I were coated in wizard’s oil.

Now, we’re hunting demons in a past version of New York City that’s on the bad side of strange. But I can’t stop thinking about Arnaud. He’s too close to the ones I cherish and growing more lethal by the hour. He’s also gotten his talons on an enchanted item that could undo their protection.

I need to fulfill my contract to the Upholders and race home. But dangers here are mounting, verging on biblical. If I don’t crank my magic to 11 and become the leader this team needs, I may never see Vega again...or hold our future child.

Druid Bond is the seventh novel in the Prof Croft urban fantasy series. If you like occult action, spell-crackling suspense, and moments of heart, heroism, and all-out laughter, you’ll love Prof Croft!

©2019 Brad Magnarella (P)2019 Brad Magnarella

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NYC in 1776!

action-adventure, supernatural, snarky, historical-places-events, historical-research, magic, family, family-dynamics, friendship Druids and merfolk and Prof Croft, oh my! Prof Croft faces off against an evil force more dangerous than Wall Street and Madison Avenue combined and more convoluted than a presidential election. And to gain the upper hand he and his allies need to go to 1776 NYC! Supernatural fans and history geeks unite in enjoying this fun yet dangerous adventure! Of course I loved it! James Patrick Cronin really is great for Prof Croft!

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This REALLY GOOD writing...

This REALLY GOOD writing. Do yourself a BIG favor and follow Prof Croft as he navigates the eddies of family, magic, and time to attempt to save all three!

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He did it again.

Brad wrote another amazing book. I Love this series can’t wait for the next one. Keep them coming

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Time Travel and Monster Slaying

Another great addition to the Poft Croft series. fantastic story and epic narration by James Cron in. Can't wait till the next one !

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  • DARREN
  • 11-27-19

excellent

Fantastic as usual. This series does not disappoint! The only downside is the wait for the next audiobook to be available

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  • 01-17-21

Excellent

Enjoying this series with each book that I get to. I am fascinated by the support characters which populate and aid Everson now. My only concern was a time story, which I always see as a weak plot at times. However all up an excellent book in the end, I really can't complain in the end for such wonderful entertainment.