Other Books by
L. A. Jacob
When Brent Rogers graduated from the Mage’s Academy in Fort Bragg, he was immediately stationed where he was absolutely needed.
On his first mission with his new team, he expects to bring fire and brimstone to the enemy. Instead, he has to save the lives of a Marine and his K9.
It’s always nice to go home to see family. Not.
Mike and Scott, now married, go to Mike’s sister Evie’s house for Thanksgiving. They are greeted by a surprise nephew, and Mike’s father doesn’t remember him. Mike handles it the same way his own father would have. It seems the apple really doesn’t fall far from the tree.
Treading the straight and narrow is not natural to one who summons demons.
Michael LeBonte is set free after five years in magic prison. All he has to do is stay on the straight and narrow path for the rest of his life. However, because he summoned demons to “take care of things,” it’s easier said than done. Now his plan is to . . . [More]
Stress affects people differently. Then, there’s magic.
Mike LeBonte is house-sitting while his sister and her new husband go on their honeymoon. What could happen in two weeks? First, his cousin Becky calls him saying she's being followed. It could be the Mafia. Or it could be the church she's trying to separate from. Then his boyfriend . . . [More]
In prison, the old teach the young … and sometimes the other way around.
A young boy, new to magic prison, asks James, a veteran of the place, for help. If James helps him, James could fall prey to the Satanists. If he doesn't, he will certainly hurt his own heart.
Never tick off a Magician.
When Michael LeBonte is outed by a classmate, all the bullies seem to come out of the woodwork to take a crack at him. But Mike has plans to punish them all. Every. Single. One. There's just one catch: It involves summoning a demon from Hell.
First Magus Brent Rogers has just been transferred from Fort Leavenworth to Afghanistan. His mission: to find out how and why a seemingly indestructible dragon died on an alleged suicide mission. Brent finds out that even dragons have secrets — and those secrets, if known, can kill them. Will Brent . . . [More]