Add to Cart failed.
Add to Wish List failed.
Remove from wishlist failed.
Adding to library failed
Follow podcast failed
Unfollow podcast failed
Buy for $25.51
Everyone loves a well-catered event, and the supernatural community is no exception. Enter Sin du Jour, the expert caterers to demons, goblins, faeries, and everything in between.
In their first month on the job, Lena Tarr and Darren Vargas, the newest line chefs at the supernatural catering agency, have had to approximate angel meat, evade amorous lizards, and provide craft sacrifices for a Hollywood debut. Their coworkers have contended with zombified clowns, fought off the Easter Bunny's hit squad, and captured a golden fish for a goblin royal wedding. And as if their new jobs weren't weird enough, now they have to deal with a very personal transformation on the behalf of their mysterious employer. As if surviving as a New York City chef weren't hard enough.
This collection includes the first three Sin du Jour Affairs, Envy of Angels, Lustlocked, and Pride's Spell and the bonus short story "Small Wars".
What listeners say about Sin du Jour: The First CourseAverage Customer Ratings
Reviews - Please select the tabs below to change the source of reviews.
- The Original One Girl Revolution
Pure, well-written, well-produced fun
Firstly, this being Audible, Corey Gagne is a true talent. When you're able to enjoy the story without wincing at horrible accents, annoyingly bad character voices and poor pronunciations then it's magical. Corey celebrates the story and steps aside, leaving the author's vision room to shine. The story? It's perfect. Some people like to compare Matt to authors like Adams or Pratchett. That's wholly inappropriate because Matt's created something unique, that can stand just fine on its own. No matter who you are, you'll enjoy these fun, funny and touching stories.
1 person found this helpful
- J. Adams
Fun story, not my favorite reader.
Narrator mispronounced several words, and takes sharp audible breath before every line, which was very distracting.