• As the Underworld Turns

  • The Good to the Last Demon Series, Book 1
  • By: Robyn Peterman
  • Narrated by: Jessica Almasy
  • Length: 6 hrs and 23 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (172 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

What does a forty-year-old former child star do when she finds out she’s a Demon? 

A sitcom, of course. 

Age is just a number unless you’re an actress of a certain age trying to make a comeback in La La Land. Back in the day, I was the child star of the hit show Camp Bites. Today, I’m still living it down.

After a disastrous soap opera audition and getting fired from a TV show for not having a bodacious enough backside, one would think I’d be smart enough to go into real estate.

Nope. 

Just found out from the rudest, meanest, and hottest guy alive that I’m a Demon. The jerk, also a Demon, goes by the name Abaddon—Abe to his friends. 

I call him Dick. 

He’s come from the Underworld to protect me—insert laugh track—since there’s a bounty on my head. Dick is not a welcome addition to my midlife madness. However, he won’t go away, and now he’s my new boss.

Fine. Whatever. All I ever wanted to do in my life was pretend. I can pretend to get along with Dick. I can pretend that I’m not wildly attracted to him. Not sure I can pretend I’m human anymore, or that a supernatural assassin isn’t trying to cancel me, but I’m going to fake it until I make it. Or I get killed. 

As the Underworld turns upside down, so have the days of my life.

©2022 Robyn Peterman (P)2022 Robyn Peterman

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❤️ it!!! Book 2 soon???

BRAVO, another good one, Ms. Peterman. I like how the Mid-Life crisis series brought this one. great characters.
can't wait for book 2, soon I hope.
Who will be Lilith?

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Goddess I love these books

Robin Peterman can't write a bad book if she tried . And of course she keeps you coming back for more .

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Peterman & Almasy a must

Robyn Peterman's comedic books should always be read by Jessica Almasy. I hope she has as much fun reading as I do listening.

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Addicted

Listened to the whole (so far) Midlife Crisis series and loved it once I got past the premise that the main character is supposed to be very southern but without an accent. Started the Demon series and love it too. Im totally over any lingering accent issue and by now the same narrator feels like I don’t want anyone else doing the job.
Recommend doing the Midlife Crisis series first for the tie-in but not absolutely necessary. It will make the Midlife Crisis series less enjoyable to do differently, plus there’s many more books completed in the MC series as compared to only one currently available of the Demon.

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Same old, same old!

It’s the same story as all the others! Nothing new. Now it’s just not funny anymore. Using the same narrators does not help at all!

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Hilarious!

Such a fun read (or listen) with a great narrator. I really enjoy the characters in this series and their relationships. I've enjoyed all of Robyn Peterman's books so far and am looking forward to the next book in this series. The only thing I don't always like is that the book just ends and you have to wait for the next to find out what happens, which is the same for her other series' also, but I enjoy her writing so much it gives me more to look forward to.

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Amazing As Always!

If you like paranormal demon based books you will love this book from Robyn Peterman. She is wildly hilarious and puts into print what most of us actually are thinking about one person or another. Robyn’s books are the best kind of escape from everyday life.

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AmazBalls!!!

I loved this book it’s hilarious. I can’t wait for book 2. Highly recommended
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Awesome!!

I loved this book and listened to it in one setting. I can't wait for Book 2!!!

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definitely irreverent.

Truly adult humor with a lot of rough language. So if cursing bothers you this book is not for you.
Still for me it was uproariously humorous, LMAO 🤣. Yes iam glad I purchased it and the kindle version too.
It was fun to follow along with the narrator Jessica Almasy. Who by the way did a very impressive job. She was spot on with all her different voices, dialects, and interpretation of the story as she narrated it.
I look forward to more of Almasy's work, also this series by Robyn Peterman.