“Michael Darling makes urban fantasy his own in his hilarious Behindbeyond series.”
—Paul Genesse, bestselling author of the Iron Dragon Series


“Michael Darling is quickly securing a place among the rising stars of urban fantasy. Got Hope is an unequivocally gripping sequel.”
—Kevin L. Nielsen, bestselling author of the Sharani Series


Sequel to the #1 Bestseller in Supernatural Mystery, Got Luck.

Private investigator Goethe “Got” Luck saved humankind once already. With one dangerous enemy dead and another in exile for one hundred years, both the mortal realm and the realm of the Fae—the Behindbeyond—seem to be safe. Now Got can go back to nice, normal detective work. Until a beautiful cheerleader lands in front of his house, strapped to a bomb.


Got is more than ready to protect the cheerleader, Hope, but it turns out she’s not just a victim; she’s bait. The realm of the Fae hasn’t forgotten Got, and an ancient secret society from the Behindbeyond wants to use him to seize control of the Fae realm. As their enemies multiply, Got realizes events are set to spiral out of control, and if he can’t stop them, it will mean nothing less than civil war among the Fae.


Accompanied by allies old and new, Got will do anything to end the threat. But the secret society has promised to make Got serve them, either in life or in death, and it looks like no clever strategy, no insulting joke, no magic spell will be enough to stop them.

This time, even with all the Hope in the world, Got may run out of Luck.

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Review quotes

“Michael Darling is quickly securing a place among the rising stars of urban fantasy. Got Hope is an unequivocally gripping sequel.”
- Kevin L. Nielsen, author of the bestselling Sharani Series

"Michael Darling makes urban fantasy his own in his hilarious Behindbeyond series."
- Paul Genesse, bestselling author of the Iron Dragon Series​

Product Details
Series
Tales from the Behindbeyond
Categories
Number of pages
377
Publication date
March 21, 2017
ISBN
9781944452728